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Dr Lee Romer

Dr Lee Romer
Divisonal Lead - Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences

Summary

Dr Romer holds a Readership in Human and Applied Physiology.  After completing undergraduate and postgraduate studies at Brunel, he worked for several years at the British Olympic Medical Centre where he was responsible for the design, management and provision of physiological support services to Olympic Governing Bodies.  Subsequently, he completed a PhD at the University of Birmingham and received post-doctoral training at the John Rankin Laboratory of Pulmonary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA under the mentorship of Prof. Jerome Dempsey.  He joined Brunel in 2004 and became Divisional Lead for Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences in 2014. 

Newest selected publications

Molgat-Seon, Y., Dominelli, PB., Ramsook, AH., Schaeffer, MR., Sereacki, SM., Foster, GE., et al. (Accepted) 'The effects of age and sex on mechanical ventilatory constraint and dyspnea during exercise in healthy humans'. Journal of Applied Physiology. ISSN: 1522-1601 Open Access Link

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Tiller, NB., Aggar, TR., West, CR. and Romer, LM. (Accepted) 'Case Studies in Physiology: Exercise-induced diaphragm fatigue in a paralympic champion rower with spinal cord injury'. Journal of Applied Physiology.Open Access Link

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Peters, CM., Welch, JF., Dominelli, PB., Molgat-Seon, Y., Romer, LM., McKenzie, DC. and et al. (2017) 'Influence of inspiratory resistive loading on expiratory muscle fatigue in healthy humans'. Experimental Physiology, 102 (9). pp. 1221 - 1233. ISSN: 0958-0670 Open Access Link

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Dominelli, PD., Molgat-Seon, Y., Griesdale, DE., Peters, C., Blouin, J-S., Sekhon, M., et al. (2017) 'Exercise-induced quadriceps muscle fatigue in men and women: effects of arterial oxygen content and respiratory muscle work'. The Journal of Physiology, 595 (15). pp. 5227 - 5244. ISSN: 0022-3751 Open Access Link

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Simpson, AJ., Romer, LM. and Kippelen, P. (2017) 'Exercise-induced dehydration alters pulmonary function but does not modify airway responsiveness to dry air in athletes with mild asthma'. Journal of Applied Physiology, 122. pp. 1329 - 1335. ISSN: 1522-1601 Open Access Link

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