Fui Yen Wong

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Born and raised in Malaysia, Jessica is a Ph.D. candidate with particular interests in exercise physiology, nutrition and sport performance where she focuses on examining the dose response relationships for nucleotides, possible ergogenic effects and mechanisms of action of oral nucleotide supplementation on repeated sprint ability performance. Jess’s research project also looks at the metabolic, physiological, cell damage and immune responses following high intensity intermittent exercise performance. Prior to enrolling at LJMU, she worked as a junior lecturer at the Centre for Coaching Science of the National Defence University of Malaysia. She is now working with Dr. Dominic Doran, Dr. Adam Sharples and Dr. David Low. Her PhD studies are funded by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia and National Defence University of Malaysia.

Languages

English
Malay
Chinese (Mandarin)

Degrees

Sultan Idris Education University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, B.Ed. Sports Science (Hons.) First Class Honours,. (2011)

Conference publication

Wong FY, Morris S, Sharples AP, Low DA, Scott MA, Doran D. 2015. Nucleotide supplementation does not improve repeated sprint performance Journal of Sports Sciences, British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Supplement 1 DOI Author Url

Wong FY, Morris S, Sharples AP, Low DA, Scott MA, Doran DA. 2015. Effect of 30 days oral purine and pyrimidine nucleotide supplementation upon repeated sprint ability performance The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Top