Researcher

Dr Martin Richard Lindley

Fields of Research (FoR)

Exercise physiology, Respiratory diseases, Sport and exercise nutrition, Public health nutrition, Biologically active molecules, Analytical biochemistry, Medical biochemistry and metabolomics not elsewhere classified, Epigenetics (incl. genome methylation and epigenomics)

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Biography

My research brings together basic and applied science mobilizing  cell and molecular biology, analytical chemistry, genetics and applies this to health, exercise, nutrition and health science while translating this for athletes, physicians and patients.

My desire to interrogate basic scientific mechanisms of action and applications for current practices has driven my establishment and leadership of the Translational Chemical Biology research...view more

My research brings together basic and applied science mobilizing  cell and molecular biology, analytical chemistry, genetics and applies this to health, exercise, nutrition and health science while translating this for athletes, physicians and patients.

My desire to interrogate basic scientific mechanisms of action and applications for current practices has driven my establishment and leadership of the Translational Chemical Biology research group (TCB), drawing together academics and doctoral students from Sport and Exercise Science, the Biosciences, Analytical Chemistry and Biological Engineering.

My research is disseminated through a portfolio of published papers and other scholarly works across the academic literature with a range of original articles as well as review articles that synthesise the state of the art. I have a good record of building research collaborations and networks both locally and internationally


My Qualifications

BSc (hons) Sport Science - Liverpool Polytechnic UK 

MSc Sport and Exercise Sciences (Exercise Physiology) Liverpool John Moores University UK 

PhD Exercise Physiology - Work Time Relationship and Exercise profiles University of Wales Institute Cardiff UK


My Awards

Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology 

Fellow of the Human Biology Association

Fellow of the Higher Education Association

Charted Biologist (RSB)

Registered Scientist (Science Academy) 

 


My Research Supervision


Supervision keywords


Areas of supervision

Sport Physiology

Exercise Physiology 

Metabolism Health and Disease

Nutrition Biochemistry and Epigenetics 

Respiratory physiology Exercise and Disease 

Inflammation and oxidative stress

Analytical Biochemistry

Volatile Organic Compounds in Exhaled Breath 

Biosocial Education 

 


Currently supervising

Institution: Loughborough University, UK

Student: Yasmin Nwfor

Title: Nutrigenomic and epigenetic contributions to BAME pregnancy health outcomes

 

Institution: Loughborough University, UK

Student: Hanoof Aljohani

Title: Blood Flow Restriction and Exercise Training in Health and Disease (COPD)

 

Institution: Loughborough University, UK

Student: Kerry Rosenthal

Title: The development of a quantitative statistical analysis of VOC profiling: using bacteria for Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) biomarker detection as a unique research design tool


My Teaching

EXPT 1155 Exercise Physiology and Metabolism

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Location

Faculty of Medicine and Health
School of Health Sciences
Wallace Wurth Building
Level 2 room 216

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Contact

+61-2-9348 1986

Videos

The NCSEM-EM hosted a series of online lifestyle education sessions in June and July 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. These sessions were aimed at GPs and other healthcare professionals but were open to anyone with an interest in the topics.

Dr Martin Lindley’s lecture provided an introduction to the immune system, its basic structure and function with specific reference to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With competition across the globe currently on pause, attention within sport has turned to maintaining athlete health and well-being.

In this week’s Experts in Sport podcast, host Martin Foster (Applied Sport Management Lead) is joined by the University’s Lettie Bishop, Professor of Exercise Immunology, and Dr Martin Lindley, Senior Lecturer and Director of Biosciences within the School of Sport, Health and Exercises Sciences.

The panel discusses exercise, immune defence and illness in elite athletes, training volume and intensity and its potential impact on immune function, with the experts concluding with advice to elite athletes regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic.
What role – if any – supplements can play for both the general population and elite level athletes?

Host Martin Foster is joined by regular contributor Dr Martin Lindley, Senior Lecturer and Director of Biosciences within the University’s School of Sport, Health and Exercises Sciences, and Mike Gleeson, Professor of Exercise Biochemistry, to discuss the subjec
Regular hosts Martin Foster (Applied Sport Management Lead) and Dr Martin Lindley (Senior Lecturer and Director of Biosciences) are joined by Loughborough University’s Head of Strength and Conditioning Chris Wright...

and fellow coaches Adam Whitney and Stephen Breisner to discuss how support teams now have the difficult task of managing workloads and helping ensure the transition back to the ‘norm’ runs as smoothly as possible
Exercise and the immune system - COVID-19 - July 2020
Podcast - Athletes and their Immune function during COVID-19 lockdown
What role – if any – supplements can play for both the general population and elite level athletes?
As athletes begin to return from COVID019 – what should practitioners be doing?