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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2017Defining the determinants of endurance running performance in the heatJames, CA; Hayes, M; Willmott, AGB; Gibson, O; Flouris, A; Schlader, Z; Maxwell, NS
2016The effects of single versus twice daily short term heat acclimation on heat strain and 3000 m running performance in hot, humid conditionsWillmott, AGB; Gibson, OR; Hayes, M; Maxwell, NS
2014Extracellular Hsp72 concentration relates to a minimum endogenous criteria during acute exercise-heat exposureGibson, OR; Dennis, A; Parfitt, T; Taylor, L; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2015Heat acclimation attenuates physiological strain and the HSP72, but not HSP90 alpha, mRNA response to acute normobaric hypoxiaGibson, OR; Turner, G; Tuttle, JA; Taylor, L; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2016Hsp72 and Hsp90α mRNA transcription is characterised by large, sustained changes in core temperature during heat acclimationGibson, OR; Tuttle, JA; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS; Taylor, L
2016Hsp72 mRNA transcription, and sweat adaptations are greater post heat acclimation in trained vs. untrained individualsGibson, OR; Taylor, L; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2015Isothermic and fixed-intensity heat acclimation methods elicit equal increases in Hsp72 mRNAGibson, OR; Mee, JA; Taylor, L; Tuttle, JA; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2016Leukocyte Hsp72 mRNA transcription does not differ between males and females during heat acclimationMee, JA; Gibson, O; Tuttle, JA; Taylor, L; Watt, PW; Doust, J; Maxwell, NS
2015Oxygen Cost of Recreational Horse-Riding in FemalesBeale, L; Maxwell, NS; Gibson, OR; Twomey, R; Taylor, B; Church, A
2016The physiological and perceptual responses of restrictive heat loss attire in hot and temperate conditions.Willmott, AGB; James, CA; Gibson, O; Hayes, M; Dekerle, J; Maxwell, NS
2018Physiological and Perceptual Responses to Exercising in Restrictive Heat Loss Attire with Use of an Upper-body Sauna Suit in Temperate and Hot ConditionsWillmott, AGB; Gibson, O; James, CA; Hayes, M; Maxwell, NS
2016Power relative to body mass best predicts change in core temperature during exercise-heat stressGibson, OR; Willmott, AGB; James, C; Hayes, M; Maxwell, NS
2015Prediction of Physiological Responses and Performance at Altitude Using the 6-Minute Walk Test in Normoxia and HypoxiaGibson, OR; Richardson, AJ; Hayes, M; Duncan, B; Maxwell, NS
2015Prescribing workload administration to optimise isothermic heat acclimationGibson, OR; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2016Short term heat acclimation improves the determinants of endurance performance and 5,000 m running performance in the heat.James, CA; Richardson, AJ; Watt, PW; Willmott, AGB; Gibson, OR; Maxwell, NS
2017Short-term heat acclimation and precooling, independently and combined, improve 5 km running performance in the heatJames, CA; Richardson, AJ; Willmott, AGB; Watt, PW; Gibson, OR; Maxwell, NS
2016Short-term heat acclimation prior to a multi-day desert ultra-marathon improves physiological and psychological responses without compromising immune statusWillmott, AGB; Hayes, M; Waldock, KAM; Relf, RL; Watkins, ER; James, CA; Gibson, OR; Smeeton, NJ; Richardson, AJ; Watt, PW; Maxwell, NS
2016The time course of endogenous erythropoietin, IL-6, and TNFα in response to acute hypoxic exposuresTurner, G; Gibson, OR; Watt, PW; Pringle, JSM; Richardson, AJ; Maxwell, NS