Mr Grant Lynch

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Thesis work

Thesis title: Do seasonal variations and environmental exposure alter acclimatization status

Supervisors: Yorgi MAVROU , Ollie JAY , Richard DE DEAR

Thesis abstract:

The aim of the proposed project is to identify the independent influence of natural environmental exposure on markers of acclimatization. By comparing groups with differing levels of natural environmental exposure throughout the year (summer vs winter) the project plans to provide evidence to support or refute the exisitence of naturally occurring acclimatization and its impact on both the outdoor and indoor working population.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Chalmers, S., Siegler, J., Lovell, R., Lynch, G., Gregson, W., Marshall, P., Jay, O. (2019). Brief in-play cooling breaks reduce thermal strain during football in hot conditions. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, Published online: 28 April 2019(Epub ahead of print). [More Information]
  • Lynch, G., Periard, J., Pluim, B., Brotherhood, J., Jay, O. (2018). Optimal cooling strategies for players in Australian Tennis Open conditions. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(3), 232-237. [More Information]
  • Schranner, D., Scherer, L., Lynch, G., Korder, S., Brotherhood, J., Pluim, B., Periard, J., Jay, O. (2017). In-play cooling interventions for simulated match-play tennis in hot/humid conditions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 49(5), 991-998. [More Information]
  • Filingeri, D., Chaseling, G., Lynch, G., Morris, N. (2015). Temperature in the hot spot: Oesophageal temperature and whole body thermal status in patent foramen ovale. Journal of Physiology, 593(21), 4697-4698. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Lynch, G., Graham, C., English, T., Jay, O. (2018). Optimal Cooling Periods For Rugby League In Hot/humid Conditions. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2018, United States of America: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

2019

  • Chalmers, S., Siegler, J., Lovell, R., Lynch, G., Gregson, W., Marshall, P., Jay, O. (2019). Brief in-play cooling breaks reduce thermal strain during football in hot conditions. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, Published online: 28 April 2019(Epub ahead of print). [More Information]

2018

  • Lynch, G., Graham, C., English, T., Jay, O. (2018). Optimal Cooling Periods For Rugby League In Hot/humid Conditions. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2018, United States of America: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.
  • Lynch, G., Periard, J., Pluim, B., Brotherhood, J., Jay, O. (2018). Optimal cooling strategies for players in Australian Tennis Open conditions. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(3), 232-237. [More Information]

2017

  • Schranner, D., Scherer, L., Lynch, G., Korder, S., Brotherhood, J., Pluim, B., Periard, J., Jay, O. (2017). In-play cooling interventions for simulated match-play tennis in hot/humid conditions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 49(5), 991-998. [More Information]

2015

  • Filingeri, D., Chaseling, G., Lynch, G., Morris, N. (2015). Temperature in the hot spot: Oesophageal temperature and whole body thermal status in patent foramen ovale. Journal of Physiology, 593(21), 4697-4698. [More Information]

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