Biography: Madeleine completed her undergraduate degree in Sport and Exercise Science and MPhil in Cardiovascular Physiology at LJMU.
Madeleine is currently a PhD candidate studying cardiovascular and metabolic health during pregnancy.
PhD Title: Obesity and metabolic health during pregnancy: is habitual physical activity an influencing factor?
Supervisors: Dr Tori Sprung, Dr Nicola Hopkins, Dr David Low, Prof Helen Jones
2017, Liverpool John Moores University, England, BSc Sport and Exercise Science
Maxwell JD, France M, Finnigan L, Carter HH, Thijssen DHJ, Jones H. 2021. Can exercise training enhance the repeated remote ischaemic preconditioning stimulus on peripheral and cerebrovascular function in high risk individuals? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 121 :1167-1178 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Low DA, Jones H, France M. 2019. Menopause and the Exercising Female Forsyth J, Roberts C-M. The exercising female: Science and its application Taylor and Francis 978-0-8153-9198-2
France M, Miller GD, Low DA, George KP, Cable NT, Jones H. 2017. Cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity to CO2 is not improved by exercise training in the cold Graduate Journal of Sport, Exercise & Physical Education Research, British Association of Sport & Exercise Sciences (BASES) 2017 Student Conference Vol. 5, Suppl.1 :S130-S130
France MVK. Endocrine therapy mediated hot flushes in breast cancer: can exercise help? Low D, George K, Jones H. Public Url
Cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity to CO2 is not improved by exercise training in the cold, British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) Student Conference 2017, University of St Mark and St John (Plymouth), Oral presentation. 2017