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Kirsty Lindsay

Assistant Professor

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Kirsty Lindsay

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  • Axial reloading during body weight unloading: Relationship between g-level and cardiorespiratory responses to running – A case study, Carvil, P., Russomano, T., Baptisa, R., Jain, V., Lindsay, K., Waldie, J., Green, D. 1 Sep 2023, In: Acta Astronautica
  • Intramuscular lipid concentration increased in localized regions of the lumbar muscles following 60-day bedrest, De Martino, E., Hides, J., Elliott, J., Hoggarth, M., Zange, J., Lindsay, K., Debuse, D., Winnard, A., Beard, D., Cook, J., Salomoni, S., Weber, T., Scott, J., Hodges, P., Caplan, N. 1 Apr 2022, In: Spine Journal
  • The effects of reconditioning exercises following prolonged bed rest on lumbopelvic muscle volume and accumulation of paraspinal muscle fat, De Martino, E., Hides, J., Elliott, J., Hoggarth, M., Zange, J., Lindsay, K., Debuse, D., Winnard, A., Beard, D., Cook, J., Salomoni, S., Weber, T., Hodges, P., Caplan, N. 14 Jun 2022, In: Frontiers in Psychology
  • Gluteal muscle atrophy and increased intramuscular lipid concentration are not mitigated by daily artificial gravity following 60-day head-down tilt bed rest, De Martino, E., Tran, V., Hides, J., Cable, G., Elliott, J., Hoggarth, M., Zange, J., Lindsay, K., Debuse, D., Winnard, A., Beard, D., Cook, J., Salomoni, S., Weber, T., Scott, J., Hodges, P., Caplan, N. 11 Nov 2021, In: Frontiers in Physiology
  • Lumbar muscle atrophy and increased relative intramuscular lipid concentration are not mitigated by daily artificial gravity after 60-day head-down tilt bed rest, De Martino, E., Hides, J., Elliott, J., Hoggarth, M., Zange, J., Lindsay, K., Debuse, D., Winnard, A., Beard, D., Cook, J., Salomoni, S., Weber, T., Scott, J., Hodges, P., Caplan, N. Jul 2021, In: Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Effects of a six-week exercise intervention on function, pain and lumbar multifidus muscle cross-sectional area in chronic low back pain: A proof-of-concept study, Lindsay, K., Caplan, N., Weber, T., Salomoni, S., De Martino, E., Winnard, A., Scott, J., Young, E., Hides, J., Hodges, P., Debuse, D. 1 Oct 2020, In: Musculoskeletal Science and Practice

  • Physiology PhD July 13 2022
  • Physiology MSc January 01 2012


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