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Dr Eurico Wilhelm Neto

Assistant Professor

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Eurico Wilhelm Neto

I completed my undergraduate and MSc studies at UFRGS (Brazil), where I developed initial interest in physiology and exercise applied to ageing, and in 2016 I obtained my PhD investigating physiological interactions between exercise, endothelial cells, and circulating microvesicles at Brunel University London. I then joined UFPel (Brazil) as a postdoctoral fellow, where I worked as a local manager of the HAEL study. In 2018 I took the position of Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at UFRGS, and in 2020 I joined Northumbria University as a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science. My expertise revolves around physiology applied to exercise, with experience with resistance training, vascular and muscular adaptations to exercise, and endothelial cell work. I am currently focusing my research into the interplay between the human muscular and vascular systems to develop effective strategies for health and performance, with a particular interest in supporting healthy ageing. 

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  • Chronic effect of resistance training on blood pressure in older adults with prehypertension and hypertension: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Henkin, J., Pinto, R., Machado, C., Wilhelm, E. 15 Jun 2023, In: Experimental gerontology
  • Effect of High Intensity Interval Treadmill Exercise on Subsequent Lower and Upper Limb Strength Performance, Andrade, L., David, G., Wilhelm, E., Pinto, S., Alberton, C. 2 Jan 2023, In: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
  • Similar body composition, muscle size and strength adaptations to resistance training in lacto-ovo-vegetarians and non-vegetarians, Martini, G., Pinto, R., Brusco, C., Franceschetto, B., Oliveira, M., Neske, R., Cadore, F., Teodoro, J., Wilhelm, E., de Souza, C. 1 Jun 2023, In: Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism
  • A 16-week rugby training program improves power and change of direction speed in talented girls, Müller, C., da Veiga, R., da Silva, A., Wilhelm, E., Teixeira Vaz, L., Bergmann, G., dos Santos Pinheiro, E. 3 Jul 2022, In: High Ability Studies
  • Dissociation between fatigued power output and traditional peak torque for isokinetic hamstring:quadriceps ratios in professional soccer players, Veeck, F., Lopez, P., Grazioli, R., Machado, C., Wilhelm, E., Cadore, E., Pinto, R. 1 Sep 2022, In: Sport Sciences for Health
  • Divergent isokinetic muscle strength deficits in street running athletes, Grazioli, R., Sobieski, N., Wilhelm, E., Brusco, C., Rech, A. 1 Sep 2022, In: Sport Sciences for Health
  • Exercise intervention does not reduce the likelihood of VO2max underestimation in older adults with hypertension, Schaun, G., Alberton, C., Brizio Gomes, M., Mendes, G., Häfele, M., Andrade, L., Campelo, P., Ferreira, H., Oppelt, L., Galliano, L., Alves, L., de Ataides, V., Carmona, M., Lázaro, R., Pinto, S., Wilhelm, E. 18 Jun 2022, In: Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Recruitment methods and yield rates in a clinical trial of physical exercise for older adults with hypertension—HAEL Study: a study within a trial, Botton, C., Santos, L., Moraes, B., Monteiro, R., Gomes, M., Wilhelm, E., Pinto, S., Umpierre, D. 1 Dec 2022, In: BMC Medical Research Methodology
  • Acute Blood Pressure Response to High- and Moderate-Speed Resistance Exercise in Older Adults With Hypertension, Machado, C., Radaelli, R., Brusco, C., Cadore, E., Wilhelm, E., Pinto, R. 2021, In: Journal of Aging and Physical Activity
  • High-intensity interval running impairs subsequent upper limb strength performance, Andrade, L., David, G., Krüger, V., Wilhelm, E., Alberton, C. 10 Jun 2021, In: The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness

  • PhD December 15 2016
  • MSc June 07 2013

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