Connor’s PhD work is within the field of exercise proteomics and aims to investigate how the molecular responses to acute exercise culminate in the long-term adaptations that enhance muscle mass and function.
PhD Project Title: Dynamic proteomic analysis of skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise.
Supervisors: Prof. Jatin G Burniston, Prof. Stuart M Phillips, Dr. Ivo Siekmann
2020, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, MSc Exercise Physiology
2019, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science
Stead CA, Hesketh SJ, Bennett S, Sutherland H, Jarvis JC, Lisboa PJ, Burniston JG. 2020. Fractional synthesis rates of individual proteins in rat soleus and plantaris muscles Proteomes, 8 DOI Author Url Public Url
Burniston J, Barrett J, Bennett S, Stead C, Louis J, Close G, Lisboa P. 2020. Dynamic Proteome Profiling of Protein Fractional and Molar Synthesis Rates in Human Muscle
Tom Reilly Award, LJMU. 2019