Dr Louise Turner is a Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition within the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity at Sheffield Hallam University. Louise's research focuses on the cardiopulmonary responses and limitations to exercise in both health and disease and the control mechanisms of exercise regulation in these populations. Research projects in this area investigate training and nutritional interventions on exercise-induced asthma and exercise performance.
Dr Louise Turner is a Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition within the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity at Sheffield Hallam University. After completing a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Cardiff Metropolitan University), Louise completed an MSc in Exercise Physiology at Indiana University, USA. Louise continued her post graduate studies at Indiana University and was awarded a PhD in Human and Exercise Physiology (Human Performance) in 2010 before embarking on a post-doc and course leader role. Louise joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2015.
Louise's research focuses on the cardiopulmonary responses and limitations to exercise in both health and disease and the control mechanisms of exercise regulation in these populations. Research projects in this area have investigated training and nutritional interventions on exercise-induced asthma and exercise performance. Louise's research is currently exploring the interactions between exercise (acute and chronic), nutrition and airway health and was recently awarded the American College of Sports Medicine -Gatorade Sport Science Institute Sport Nutrition Award for her research in this area.
Louise is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science, and an affiliate member of both the European Respiratory Society and The Physiological Society.
Cardiopulmonary responses and limitations to exercise.
Exercise-induced asthma. Interaction between diet, nutrition and physical activity on cardiopulmonary health in adult and paediatric populations.
Health And Wellbeing
Sport and Exercise Science
Sport and Exercise Science
Physical Activity, Sport and Health
Foundations of Physiology and Nutrition in Sport and Exercise
Physiology and Nutrition in Practise Physiology and Nutrition in Sport and Exercise
Applied Nutrition for Sport and Exercise Scientific Principles in Physical Activity, Sport and Health
Work-Based Learning in Sport and Exercise Science Undergraduate Project
Tiller, N., Chiesa, S.T., Roberts, J.D., Turner, L., Jones, S., & Romer, L.M. (2019). Physiological and pathophysiological consequences of a 25-day ultra-endurance exercise challenge. Frontiers in physiology, 10, 589. http://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2019.00589
Tiller, N.B., Turner, L.A., & Taylor, B.J. (2019). Pulmonary and respiratory muscle function in response to 10 marathons in 10 days. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 119 (2), 509-518. http://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-018-4037-2
Turner, L., O’Hagan, C., & Rumbold, P.L. (2016). Drink Temperature Influences Resting Pulmonary Function In Active Individuals. Medicine & science in sports & exercise, 48 (S1), 458-459. http://doi.org/10.1249/01.mss.0000486378.67504.a3
Turner, L., Tecklenburg-Lund, S.L., Chapman, R., Shei, R.J., Wilhite, D.P., & Mickleborough, T. (2016). The effect of inspiratory muscle training on respiratory and limb locomotor muscle deoxygenation during exercise with resistive inspiratory loading. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37 (8), 598-606. http://doi.org/10.1055/s-0042-104198
Mytton, G.J., Archer, D.T., Turner, L., Skorski, S., Renfree, A., Thompson, K.G., & St Clair Gibson, A. (2015). Increased variability of lap speeds : differentiating medalists and nonmedalists in middle-distance running and swimming events. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 10 (3), 369-373. http://doi.org/10.1123/ijspp.2014-0207
Green, B.P., Turner, L., Stevenson, E.J., & Rumbold, P.L. (2015). Patterns of dairy consumption in free-living children and adolescents. Journal of Dairy Science, 98 (6), 3701-3705. http://doi.org/10.3168/jds.2014-9161
Gonzalez, J.T., Green, B.P., Brown, M.A., Rumbold, P.L.S., Turner, L.A., & Stevenson, E.J. (2015). Calcium ingestion suppresses appetite and produces acute overcompensation of energy intake independent of protein in healthy adults. Journal of Nutrition, 145 (3), 476-482. http://doi.org/10.3945/jn.114.205708
Thompson, K.G., Turner, L., Pritchard, J., Dodd, F., Kennedy, D.O., Haskell, C., ... Jones, A.M. (2014). The influence of dietary nitrate supplementation on physiological and cognitive responses to incremental cycle exercise. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, 193, 11-20. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.resp.2013.12.015