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University of Exeter Medical School

Dr Claire Pentecost

Dr Claire Pentecost

Senior Research Fellow/Programme Manager

 C.Pentecost@exeter.ac.uk

 01392 72 4653

 South Cloisters 1.34

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK


Overview

Claire is the Programme Manager for IDEAL2 and Exeter Clinical Trials Unit at the Institute of Health Research within The College of Medicine and Health. Claire is responsible for the 7 year Longitudinal Study - collecting information about 'living well' with dementia from people with dementia and their carers and for oversight of the five additional work streams within the programme. http://www.idealproject.org.uk/ 

Claire has had a varied career as a trial manager, personal trainer and researcher. Claire was the project manager for an EU and Olympic Committee funded study to catch athletes that cheat by taking growth hormone, and has implemented exercise intervention studies for people with endocrine disorders such as type 2 diabetes at Kings College London. Claire undertook her PhD: ‘Factors affecting uptake and adherence to exercise referral for people with chronic conditions’ at London South Bank University.

Claire moved to the University of Exeter in 2012 to manage and run a pilot Randomised controlled trial working on an intervention for people with depression that combined Behavioral Activation with Physical Activity for people referred to NHS mental health services. Claire then worked for the Complex Interventions Research Group on ESSENCE – a project to tackle the lack of an evidence base in the work nurses do to meet patients essential care needs. In this role Claire managed the work to secure a Development Grant from the National Institute of Health Research and carry out a systematic review and qualitative synthesis, a qualitative study, and stakeholder engagement.

Broad research specialisms

Claire’s research had predominantly involved the development and evaluation of complex interventions to improve physical and mental health by clinician supported patient health behaviour change  

This has involved:

Developing implementing and evaluating randomised controlled trials

Clinical Trials methodology

Qualitative research

Process evaluation

Systematic review

Patient and Public Involvement

Trial management

Claire is a Dignity and Respect Advisor and can be contacted by email c.pentecost@exeter.ac.uk, or phone 01392 72 4653 Monday-Friday during normal working hours.

Twitter: @ClairePentecost

Qualifications

PhD

BSc Hon

Career

Senior Research Fellow/Programme Manager, IDEAL-2, REACH: The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health. Exeter Clinical Trials Unit

Research Fellow/Trial Manager, (INTERTREAD, MODULATE, IMPULSE) Exeter Clinical Trials Unit

Research Fellow/Trial Manager, (ESSENCE) Complex Interventions Research Group, University of Exeter

Research Fellow/Trial Manager, (BAcPAc) Psychology, University of Exeter

Senior Research Officer/Deputy manager, NIHR Prinary Care Research Network of Greater London

Research Fellow, Department of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Kings College London

Research fellow/Trial Manager, GH-2000, Guys and St Thomas Hospital Trust

Gym Manager, The Harbour Club, London

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Research

Research interests

Health Services Research

Health behaviour change

Physical activity and diabetes health

Complex interventions

Clinical Trials methodology

Research projects

IDEAL

ESSENCE

BAcPAc

 

Grants/Funding

  • NIHR Programme Development Grant (ESSENCE)
  • MRC NPRI (BAcBAc)
  • Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals Charity (PhD, DOROTHEA)
  • International Olympic Comittee and European Union (GH-2000)

Research grants

  • 2016 National Institute for Health Research, Research for Patient Benefit
    Our aim is to study a new system to improve the quality of care for patients in hospitals and determine whether it is also relevant for nursing/care homes. We plan to develop and test an intervention that will focus on the ‘essentials of nursing care’ using a process called the ‘amalgamation of marginal gains’ (AMG). This Development grant will first address key uncertainties before we can progress to the full Programme Grant. This phase will involve a systematic review of essential nursing care interventions, understanding improved performance from experienced AMG practitioners through qualitative interviews, and developing and strengthening the project team.

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Publications

Journal articles

Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Stapley S, Quinn C, Charlwood C, Allan L, Victor C, Clare L (In Press). Navigating the coronavirus pandemic two years on: Experiences of carers of people with dementia from the British IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Care and Caring Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Hunt A, Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Thom JM, Jones RW, Allan L, Knapp M, Victor C, et al (2024). Comorbid health conditions and their impact on social isolation, loneliness, quality of life, and well-being in people with dementia: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 24(1). Abstract.
Sabatini S, Turner SG, Morris RG, Opdebeeck C, Thom JM, Hunt A, Allan L, Pentecost C, Clare L (2024). Correlates of felt age in caregivers of people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Frontiers in Psychology, 14
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Hunt A, Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Thom JM, Jones RW, Allan L, Knapp M, Quinn C, et al (2024). Health conditions in spousal caregivers of people with dementia and their relationships with stress, caregiving experiences, and social networks: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 24(1). Abstract.
Victor CR, Gamble LD, Pentecost C, Quinn C, Charlwood C, Matthews FE, Clare L (2024). Living well with dementia: an exploratory matched analysis of minority ethnic and white people with dementia and carers participating in the IDEAL programme. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 39(1).
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Jones IR, Collins R, Matthews FE, Knapp M, Thom JM, Henderson C, Victor C, et al (2023). Are profiles of social, cultural, and economic capital related to living well with dementia? Longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme. Soc Sci Med, 317 Abstract.  Author URL.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Morris RG, Clare L (2023). Dyadic influences on awareness of condition in people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL cohort. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 15 Abstract.
Rippon I, Victor CR, Martyr A, Matthews FE, Quinn C, Rusted JM, Jones RW, Collins R, van Horik J, Pentecost C, et al (2023). Dyadic perspectives on loneliness and social isolation among people with dementia and spousal carers: findings from the IDEAL programme. Aging Ment Health, 1-9. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Pentecost C, Collins R, Martyr A, Litherland R, Morris RG, Quinn C, Gamble LD, Sabatini S, Victor C, et al (2023). Evaluating 'living well' with mild-to-moderate dementia: Co-production and validation of the IDEAL My Life Questionnaire. Dementia (London), 22(7), 1548-1566. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor C, Quinn C, Matthews F, Pentecost C, Gamble L (2023). LIVING WELL? a MATCHED ANALYSIS OF MINORITY ETHNIC AND WHITE BRITISH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS. Innovation in Aging, 7(Suppl 1), 434-435.
Stapley S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Quinn C, Dawson E, Morris R, Sabatini S, Thom J, Clare L (2023). Living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: insights into identity from the IDEAL cohort. Ageing and Society, 1-25. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Collins R, Matthews FE, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Pentecost C, Quinn C, Clare L, et al (2023). Longitudinal Predictors of Informant-Rated Involvement of People with Dementia in Everyday Decision-Making: Findings from the IDEAL Program. J Appl Gerontol, 42(2), 290-301. Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Martyr A, Hunt A, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Hughes JC, Clare L (2023). Methods and approaches to facilitate inclusion of the views, perspectives and preferences of people with moderate‐to‐severe dementia in research: a narrative systematic review. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 19(1).
Dawson E, Collins R, Pentecost C, Stapley S, Quinn C, Charlwood C, Victor C, Clare L (2023). Navigating the coronavirus pandemic 2 years on: Experiences of people with dementia from the British IDEAL cohort. Dementia (London), 22(4), 760-782. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Jones IR, Collins R, Matthews FE, Victor CR, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Thom JM, et al (2023). Profiles of social, cultural, and economic capital as longitudinal predictors of stress, positive experiences of caring, and depression among spousal carers of people with dementia. Aging Ment Health, 27(7), 1335-1343. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hunt A, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Morris RG, Thom JM, Pentecost C, Clare L (2023). The associations between personality traits and quality of life, satisfaction with life, and well-being over time in people with dementia and their caregivers: findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatr, 23(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Stapley S, Charlwood C, Clare L (2023). The precariousness of living with, and caring for people with, dementia: Insights from the IDEAL programme. Social Science & Medicine, 331
Martyr A, Ravi M, Gamble LD, Morris RG, Pentecost C, Matthews FE, Clare L (2023). Trajectories of cognition and functional ability in people with dementia: Two‐year longitudinal results from the IDEAL programme. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 19(S19).
Martyr A, Ravi M, Gamble LD, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Pentecost C, Matthews FE, Clare L, IDEAL study team (2023). Trajectories of cognitive and perceived functional decline in people with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL programme. Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 20(1), 410-420. Abstract.
Stapley S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Quinn C, Dawson E, Thom JM, Clare L (2023). ‘Caring beyond capacity’ during the COVID-19 pandemic: resilience and family carers of people with dementia from the IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Care and Caring, 1-18.
Gamble LD, Parker S, Quinn C, Bennett HQ, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, et al (2022). A Comparison of Well-Being of Carers of People with Dementia and Their Ability to Manage Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 88(2), 679-692.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (2022). Attitudes toward own aging and cognition among individuals living with and without dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme and the PROTECT study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Jones IR, Hillman AE, Woods B, Macleod CA, Martyr A, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, et al (2022). Characteristics of people living with undiagnosed dementia: findings from the CFAS Wales study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Pentecost C, Collins R, Stapley S, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Allan L, Clare L (2022). Effects of social restrictions on people with dementia and carers during the pre-vaccine phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences of IDEAL cohort participants. Health Soc Care Community, 30(6), e4594-e4604. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Gamble LD, Parker S, Martyr A, Collins R, Victor C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Pentecost C, Allan L, et al (2022). Impact of COVID‐19 on carers of people with dementia in the community: Findings from the British IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(5). Abstract.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). Longitudinal Trajectories of Quality of Life Among People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: a Latent Growth Model Approach with IDEAL Cohort Study Data. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci, 77(6), 1037-1050. Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Hunt A, Quinn C, Martyr A, Pentecost C, Clare L (2022). Methods and approaches for enhancing communication with people with moderate-to-severe dementia that can facilitate their inclusion in research and service evaluation: Findings from the IDEAL programme. Dementia, 21(4), 1135-1153. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Bennett HQ, Martyr A, Collins R, Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Pentecost C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, et al (2022). Minimal Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mental Health and Wellbeing of People Living with Dementia: Analysis of Matched Longitudinal Data from the IDEAL Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13
McDonagh STJ, Rhodes S, Warren FC, Keenan S, Pentecost C, Keeling P, James M, Taylor RS, Clark CE (2022). Performance of the imPulse device for the detection of atrial fibrillation in hospital settings. Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal, 3(4), 171-178.
Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Collins R, Alexander CM, Morris RG, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Victor C, et al (2022). Predictors of Awareness of Functional Ability in People with Dementia: the Contribution of Personality, Cognition, and Neuropsychiatric Symptoms – Findings from the IDEAL Program. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 51(3), 221-232. Abstract.
Henderson C, Knapp M, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Collins R, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, et al (2022). The Use and Costs of Paid and Unpaid Care for People with Dementia: Longitudinal Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 86(1), 135-153. Abstract.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). “Living Well” Trajectories Among Family Caregivers of People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia in the IDEAL Cohort. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 77(10), 1852-1863. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (2021). Attitudes Toward Own Aging and Cognition among Individuals Living with and without Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Programme and the PROTECT Study.  Abstract.
Clare L, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, Allan L, Burns A, et al (2021). Impact of COVID-19 on ‘living well’ with mild-to-moderate dementia in the community: findings from the IDEAL cohort. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
O'Rourke G, Pentecost C, van den Heuvel E, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Clare L (2021). Living with dementia under COVID-19 restrictions: coping and support needs among people with dementia and carers from the IDEAL cohort. Ageing and Society
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Martyr A, Ballard C, Lamont RA, Collins R, Pentecost C, Hunt A, Quinn C, Thom JM, et al (2021). Relationship between self-perceptions of aging and ‘living well’ among people with mild-to-moderate dementia: Findings from the ideal programme. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 94, 104328-104328.
Henley J, Hillman A, Jones IR, Woods B, MacLeod CA, Pentecost C, Clare L (2021). ‘We're happy as we are’: the experience of living with possible undiagnosed dementia. Ageing and Society, 43(9), 2041-2066. Abstract.
Goodwin V, Hill J, Fullam J, Finning K, Pentecost CL, Richards D (2019). Intervention development and treatment success in UK Health Technology Assessment funded trials of physical rehabilitation: a mixed methods analysis. BMJ Open
Pentecost C, Frost J, Sugg H, Goodwin V, Richards DA (2019). Patients’ and nurses’ experiences of fundamental nursing care: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29
Pentecost CL, Richards D, Frost J (2018). Amalgamation of Marginal Gains (AMG) as a potential system to deliver high quality fundamental nursing care: a qualitative analysis of interviews from high performance AMG sports and healthcare practitioners. Journal of Clinical Nursing
Richards DA, Hilli A, Pentecost C, Goodwin VA, Frost J (2018). Fundamental nursing care: a systematic review of the evidence on the effect of nursing care interventions for nutrition, elimination, mobility and hygiene. J Clin Nurs, 27(11-12), 2179-2188. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pentecost C, Farrand P, Greaves CJ, Taylor RS, Warren FC, Hillsdon M, Green C, Welsman JR, Rayson K, Evans PH, et al (2015). Combining behavioural activation with physical activity promotion for adults with depression: findings of a parallel-group pilot randomised controlled trial (BAcPAc). Trials, 16(367), 1-15. Abstract.
Farrand P, Pentecost C, Greaves C, Taylor RS, Warren F, Green C, Hillsdon M, Evans P, Welsman J, Taylor AH, et al (2014). A written self-help intervention for depressed adults comparing behavioural activation combined with physical activity promotion with a self-help intervention based upon behavioural activation alone: study protocol for a parallel group pilot randomised controlled trial (BAcPAc). Trials, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.
Healy ML, Gibney J, Pentecost C, Wheeler MJ, Sonksen PH (2014). Endocrine profiles in 693 elite athletes in the postcompetition setting. Clinical Endocrinology
Healy ML, Gibney J, Pentecost C, Wheeler MJ, Sonksen PH (2014). Endocrine profiles in 693 elite athletes in the postcompetition setting. Clinical Endocrinology, 81(2), 294-305. Abstract.
Pentecost C, Taket A (2011). Understanding exercise uptake and adherence for people with chronic conditions: a new model demonstrating the importance of exercise identity, benefits of attending and support. Health Education Research, 26(5), 908-922. Abstract.
Stolinski M, Alam S, Jackson NC, Shojaee-Moradie F, Pentecost C, Jefferson W, Christ ER, Jones RH, Umpleby AM (2008). Effect of 6-month supervised exercise on low-density lipoprotein apolipoprotein B kinetics in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, 57(11), 1608-1614. Abstract.
McKinnon W, Pentecost C, Lord GA, Forni LG, Peron JM, Hilton PJ (2008). Elevation of anions in exercise-induced acidosis: a study by ion-exchange chromatography/mass spectrometry. Biomedical Chromatography, 22(3), 301-305. Abstract.
Ehrnborg C, Lange KHW, Dall R, Christiansen JS, Lundberg PA, Baxter RC, Boroujerdi MA, Bengtsson BA, Healey ML, Pentecost C, et al (2007). Erratum: the growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor-I axis hormones and bone markers in elite athletes in response to a maximum exercise test (Journal of Clinical Enocrinology and Metabolism (2003) 88, (394-401)). Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 92(9).
Shojaee-Moradie D, Baynes CR, Pentecost CL, Bell JD, Thomas EL, Jackson N, Stolinski M, Whyte M, Lovell D, Bowes SB, et al (2007). Exercise training reduced fatty acid availability and improves the insulin sensitivity of glucose metabolism. Diabetologia, 50(2), 404-413.
Healy ML, Gibney J, Pentecost C, Croos P, Russell-Jones DL, Sönksen PH, Umpleby AM (2006). Effects of high-dose growth hormone on glucose and glycerol metabolism at rest and during exercise in endurance-trained athletes. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 91(1), 320-327. Abstract.
Giannoulis MG, Sonksen PH, Umpleby M, Breen L, Pentecost C, Whyte M, McMillan CV, Bradley C, Martin FC (2006). The effects of growth hormone and/or testosterone in healthy elderly men: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 91(2), 477-484. Abstract.
Wee J, Charlton C, Simpson H, Jackson NC, Shojaee-Moradie F, Stolinski M, Pentecost C, Umpleby AM (2005). GH secretion in acute exercise may result in post-exercise lipolysis. Growth Hormone and IGF Research, 15(6), 397-404. Abstract.
Giannoulis MG, Boroujerdi MA, Powrie J, Dall R, Napoli R, Ehrnborg C, Pentecost C, Cittadini A, Jørgensen JOL, Sonksen PH, et al (2005). Gender differences in growth hormone response to exercise before and after rhGH administration and the effect of rhGH on the hormone profile of fit normal adults. Clinical Endocrinology, 62(3), 315-322. Abstract.
Healy ML, Ball R, Gibney J, Bassett E, Ehrnborg C, Pentecost C, Rosen T, Cittadini A, Baxter RC, Sönksen PH, et al (2005). Toward the development of a test for growth hormone (GH) abuse: a study of extreme physiological ranges of GH-dependent markers in 813 elite athletes in the postcompetition setting. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 90(2), 641-649. Abstract.
(2004). 40th EASD Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes : Munich, Germany, 5-9 September 2004. Diabetologia, 47(Suppl 1), A1-A464. Author URL.
Alam S, Stolinski M, Pentecost C, Boroujerdi MA, Jones RH, Sonksen PH, Umpleby AM (2004). The Effect of a Six-Month Exercise Program on Very Low-Density Lipoprotein Apolipoprotein B Secretion in Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 89(2), 688-694. Abstract.
Alam S, Stolinski M, Pentecost CL, Boroujerdi MA, Jones RH, Sonksen PH, Umpleby AM (2004). The effect of a six-month exercise program on very-low density lipoprotien B secretion in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 89(2), 688-694.
Gibney J, Healy ML, Stolinski M, Bowes SB, Pentecost C, Breen L, McMillan C, Russell-Jones DL, Sonksen PH, Umpleby AM, et al (2003). Effect of growth hormone (GH) on glycerol and free fatty acid metabolism during exhaustive exercise in GH-deficient adults. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 88(4), 1792-1797. Abstract.
Healy ML, Gibney J, Russel-Jones DL, Pentecost CL, Croos P, Sonksen PH, Umpleby AM (2003). High dose growth hormone exerts an anabolic effect at rest and during exercise in endurance-trained athletes. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 88(11), 5221-5226.
Ehrnborg C, Lange KHW, Dall R, Christiansen JS, Lundberg PA, Baxter RC, Boroujerdi MA, Bengtsson BA, Healey ML, Pentecost C, et al (2003). The growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor-I axis hormones and bone markers in elite athletes in response to a maximum exercise test. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 88(1), 394-401. Abstract.
Gibney J, Healy ML, Stolinski M, Bowes SB, Pentecost C, Russell-Jones DL, Umpleby AM, Sonksen PH (2002). Effect of growth hormone on glycerol and free fatty acid metabolism during exhaustive exercise in GH-deficient adults. Irish Journal of Medical Science, 171(Suppl 5).
Holt RIG, Webb E, Pentecost C, Sönksen PH (2001). Aging and physical fitness are more important than obesity in determining exercise-induced generation of GH. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM, 86(12), 5715-5720. Author URL.
Holt RIG, Webb E, Pentecost C, Sönksen PH (2001). Aging and physical fitness are more important than obesity in determining exercise-induced generation of GH. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 86(12), 5715-5720. Abstract.
Wallace JD, Cuneo RC, Orskov H, Keay N, Pentecost C, Dall R, Jorgenseen JO, Cittadini A, Longobardi S, Sacca L, et al (2000). Dopage à l'hormone de croissance. Science & Sports, 15(1).
Longobardi S, Keay N, Ehrnborg C, Cittadini A, Rosén T, Dall R, Boroujerdi MA, Bassett EE, Healy ML, Pentecost C, et al (2000). Growth hormone (GH) effects on bone and collagen turnover in healthy adults and its potential as a marker of GH abuse in sports: a double blind, placebo-controlled study. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 85(4), 1505-1512. Abstract.
Wallace JD, Cuneo RC, Baxter R, Ørskov H, Keay N, Pentecost C, Dall R, Rosén T, Jørgensen JO, Cittadini A, et al (1999). Responses of the growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor axis to exercise, GH administration, and GH withdrawal in trained adult males: a potential test for GH abuse in sport. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 84(10), 3591-3601. Abstract.
Wallace J, Cuneo R, Baxter R, Rosen T, Bengtsson B-A, Dall R, Jorgensen J, Pentecost C, Healey M, Cittadini A, et al (1998). Detection of growth hormone abuse in athletes. Growth Hormone & IGF Research, 8(4), 347-348.
Wallace J, Cuneo R, Baxter R, Rosén T, Bengtsson B-Å, Dall R, Jorgensen J, Pentecost C, Healey M, Cittadini A, et al (1998). Detection of growth hormone abuse in athletes. Growth Hormone & IGF Research, 8(4).

Conferences

Wallace JD, Cuneo RC, Baxter R, Orskov H, Keay N, Pentecost C, Dall R, Rosén T, Jorgensen JO, Cittadini A, et al (1999). Responses of the growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor axis to exercise, GH administration, and GH withdrawal in trained adult males:: a potential test for GH abuse in sport.  Author URL.

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Teaching

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) Study Support Unit facilitator and assessor

Marking Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

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