Browsing publications by Professor Michael Trenell

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Kate Hallsworth
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Professor Michael Trenell
A study of physical activity comparing people with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease to normal control subjects2017
Professor Michael Trenell
Does the liver accelerate ageing: Talking muscles and liver?2017
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Christian Thoma
Dr Dave Houghton
Professor Michael Trenell
High-intensity interval training: a review of its impact on glucose control and cardiometabolic health2017
Dan Jackson
Dr Nils Hammerla
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Vincent van Hees
et al.
Large scale population assessment of physical activity using wrist worn accelerometers: The UK biobank study2017
Professor Michael Trenell
Muscle sympathetic nerve activity is associated with liver insulin sensitivity in obese non-diabetic men2017
Professor Fai Ng
Ariana Miller
Dr Steven Young Min
Dr David Coady
Dr Bridget Griffiths
et al.
Physical activity but not sedentary activity is reduced in primary Sjögren’s syndrome2017
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Michael Trenell
A cross sectional study of diet, physical activity, television viewing and sleep duration in 233,110 adults from the UK Biobank; the behavioural phenotype of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes2016
Dr Sophie Cassidy
Professor Mike Catt
Professor Michael Trenell
A cross-sectional study of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in 233,110 adults from the UK Biobank: the behavioural phenotype of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes2016
Hugo Njemanze
Charlotte Warren
Dr Christopher Eggett
Dr Guy MacGowan
Dr Matt Bates
et al.
Age-related decline in cardiac autonomic function is not attenuated with increased physical activity2016
Dr Leah Avery
Dr Sarah Charman
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Michael Trenell
et al.
Can a behavioural intervention targeting physical activity behaviour of adults with type 2 diabetes be delivered faithfully by healthcare professionals during routine primary care?2016
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