Heloise Debelle

Sport and Exercise Sciences

2010-2015: Osteobio, School of Biomechanics applied to Osteopathy, France. Biomechanical Osteopathy Degree.
2015-2016: MSc. of Sport and Clinical Biomechanics, Liverpool John Moores University.
2016-2017: Research assistant in Biomechanics, LJMU. Supervisor: Dr. Mark Lake
Starting September 2017: PhD.: Interactions of Muscle-Tendon Mechanics during Stair Climbing, and Efficacy of Collagen Supplementation for Functional Improvement. LJMU. Supervised by Dr. Thomas O'Brien, Prof. Constantinos Maganaris and Dr. Graeme Close.

Languages

French
English

Degrees

2016, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc
2015, Osteobio, France, Biomechanical Osteopath

Journal article

Packer E, Debelle H, Bailey HGB, Ciravegna F, Ireson N, Evers J, Niessen M, Shi JQ, Yarnall AJ, Rochester L, Alcock L, Del Din S. 2023. Translating digital healthcare to enhance clinical management: a protocol for an observational study using a digital health technology system to monitor medication adherence and its effect on mobility in people with Parkinson's BMJ Open, 13 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Debelle H, Packer E, Beales E, Bailey HGB, Mc Ardle R, Brown P, Hunter H, Ciravegna F, Ireson N, Evers J, Niessen M, Shi JQ, Yarnall AJ, Rochester L, Alcock L, Del Din S. 2023. Feasibility and usability of a digital health technology system to monitor mobility and assess medication adherence in mild-to-moderate Parkinson's disease Frontiers in Neurology, 14 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Debelle H, Maganaris CN, O’Brien TD. 2022. Role of Knee and Ankle Extensors’ Muscle-Tendon Properties in Dynamic Balance Recovery from a Simulated Slip Sensors, 22 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Debelle H, Maganaris CN, O'Brien TD. 2021. Biomechanical Mechanisms of Improved Balance Recovery to Repeated Backward Slips Simulated by Treadmill Belt Accelerations in Young and Older Adults. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 3 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Debelle H, Maganaris C, O’Brien T. 2020. Controlling the ground reaction force angle characterises better recovery following a single forward falling slip in young and older adults Gait & Posture, 81 :77-78 DOI Publisher Url

Debelle H, Harkness-Armstrong C, Hadwin K, Maganaris CN, O'Brien TD. 2020. Recovery From a Forward Falling Slip: Measurement of Dynamic Stability and Strength Requirements Using a Split-Belt Instrumented Treadmill Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 2 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Harkness-Armstrong C, Debelle H, Maganaris CN, Walton R, Wright DM, Bass A, Baltzopoulos V, O’Brien TD. 2020. Effective Mechanical Advantage About the Ankle Joint and the Effect of Achilles Tendon Curvature During Toe-Walking Frontiers in Physiology, 11 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Wilke J, Debelle H, Tenberg S, Dilley A, Maganaris CN. 2020. Ankle Motion Is Associated With Soft Tissue Displacement in the Dorsal Thigh: An in vivo Investigation Suggesting Myofascial Force Transmission Across the Knee Joint. Frontiers in Physiology, 11 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Thesis/Dissertation

Debelle H. 2023. Mechanisms of Balance Recovery from a Slip and Interventions in Older Adults O'Brien T, Maganaris C, Close G. Public Url

Conference publication

Carissimo C, Cerro G, Debelle H, Packer E, Yarnall AJ, Rochester L, Alcock L, Ferrigno L, Marino A, Di Libero T, Del Din S. 2023. Enhancing remote monitoring and classification of motor state in Parkinson's disease using Wearable Technology and Machine Learning 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications, MeMeA 2023 - Conference Proceedings, DOI Publisher Url

Harkness-Armstrong C, Debelle H, Maganaris CN, Walton R, Wright D, Bass A, Baltzopoulos V, O'Brien TD. 2019. Measuring the effective mechanical advantage of the plantarflexors during heel-toe walking and voluntary toe-walking: A comparison of two methods Gait and Posture, 73 :129-130 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Other

Debelle H, Maganaris C, O'Brien T. 2021. Balance improvements following repeated forward falling slips in young and older adults mainly rely on controlling the step length Gait & Posture, 90 :42-43 DOI Publisher Url

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