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Research interests

Kelly completed her PhD entitled “Relationships between human pineal function and thermoregulation at rest and during exercise”. This reflects her main areas of research including circadian rhythms and thermoregulation. In addition to this, Kelly has conducted a number of projects relating to anthropometric and physiological characteristics of elite water polo players. She has keen interest in applied sports performance with further research relating to the physiological profiling of various athletes, reliability and validity of tests, monitoring of sports performers, fatigue, intermittent team sports and fixture congestion.

Teaching

Kelly is Programme Leader for Sport & Exercise Science. Kelly joined the Department in August 2004, having previously worked as a sports science lecturer in both Further and Higher Education. In addition, she has taught in professional soccer academies has a number of years experience within the fitness industry.

Education/Academic qualification

Relationships between human pineal function and thermoregulation at rest and during exercise, PhD, Liverpool John Moores University

… → 2012

Higher Education Teaching and Learning Support, PGCert, Lancaster University

… → 2005

Sport & Exercise, MSc, Teesside University

… → 2004

Further and Adult Education, PGCert, Nottingham Trent University

… → 1999

Sports Science, BSc, University of Brighton

… → 1996

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    Influence of nocturnal and daytime sleep on initial orthostatic hypotension.

    Lewis, N. C. S., Jones, H., Ainslie, P. N., Thompson, A., Marrin, K. & Atkinson, G., 1 Feb 2015, In : European Journal of Applied Physiology. 115, 2, p. 269-276

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  • A meta-analytic approach to quantify the dose–response relationship between melatonin and core temperature

    Marrin, K., Drust, B., Gregson, W. & Atkinson, G., 2013, In : European Journal of Applied Physiology. 113, 9, p. 2323-2329

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  • 8 Citations (Scopus)

    Diurnal variation in vascular function: Role of Sleep

    Jones, H., Lewis, N. C. S., Thompson, A., Marrin, K., Green, D. & Atkinson, G., 2012, In : Chronobiology International. 29, 3, p. 271-277

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  • 17 Citations (Scopus)