Dr Jessica Mee

dr-jessica-mee

体育与运动科学讲师

体育与运动科学学院

Academics

Contact Details

email: j.mee@worc.ac.uk

杰西卡是体育和运动科学的讲师. 在2019年加入大学之前, she held a researcher and lecturer post at Bangor University for 3 years following the completion of her PhD and role as a Technical Instructor at the University of Brighton.

Her area of expertise is in optimising endurance performance for competition in extreme environments with a particular interest in the female athlete. Jessica is a British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) accredited Sport Scientist has a range of experiences working with and preparing national and international level athletes for competition. Jessica was a gymnast in her youth and now regularly attends hot yoga classes.

Qualifications

  • PhD, Heat tolerance and acclimation in female athletes, University of Brighton, 2016.
  • British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) accredited Sport Scientist, 2015.
  • 美国高等教育学会(FHEA)院士,2017年.
  • 《U2电竞体育》,2017年.
  • BSc (Hons) Sport Science (first class), University of Brighton, 2010.
  • 二级女性艺术, General, Freestyle, and GMPD (Gymnastics and Movement for People with Disabilities) gymnastics coach.

教学和研究

Teaching expertise

Jessica’s teaching expertise lies in the area of physiology with a specific focus on the additional challenges imposed by extreme environments. Jessica also contributes to the delivery of the gymnastics module for the PE students.

Research

Jessica is an Applied Sport Scientist who has research interests aligned to optimising athlete and occupational workers (including military personnel) for competing and working in hot climates using novel, 可及有效的策略. She has a particular interest in understanding the additional challenges female endurance athletes may face associated with hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle.

Professional Bodies

BASES (British Association of Sport and Exercise Science)

生理学会专业会员

Publications

Gibson, O.R., James, C.A., Mee, J., Willmott, A.G.B., Turner, G., Hayes, M. and Maxwell, N.S. (2019) Heat alleviation strategies for athletic performance: A review and practitioner guidelines. Temperature. ISSN印刷:2332-8940,在线:2332-8959(印刷中) http://eprints.worc.ac.uk/id/eprint/8802

Zurawlew, M., Mee, J.A. and Walsh, N.P. (2019). Post-exercise Hot Water Immersion Elicits Heat Acclimation Adaptations That Are Retained for at Least Two Weeks. 前沿生理学. http://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphys.2019.01080/full

Zurawlew, M.J., Mee, J.A. and Walsh, N.P. (2018). Post-exercise hot water immersion elicits heat acclimation adaptation in endurance trained and recreationally active individuals. Frontiers doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2018.01824 

Zurawlew, M.J., Mee, J.A. and Walsh, N.P. (2018). Heat Acclimation by Post-Exercise Hot Water Immersion in the Morning Reduces Thermal Strain During Morning and Afternoon Exercise-Heat-Stress. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 13 (10), 1281-1286.

Mee, J.A., Peters, S., Doust, J. and Maxwell, N.S. (2018). Sauna exposure immediately prior to short-term heat acclimation accelerates phenotypic adaptation in females. 体育科学与医学杂志, 22 (2), 190-195.

Relf, R., Willmott, A., Mee, J., Gibson, O., Saunders, A., Hayes, M. and Maxwell, N. (2018). Females exposed to 24 hours of sleep deprivation do not experience greater physiological strain, 但感觉中暑症状更严重, 在exercise-heat压力. 运动科学杂志, 36 (3), 348-355.

Mee, J.A., Gibson, O.R., Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, L., Watt, P.W., Doust, J.H. and Maxwell, N.S. (2016) Leukocyte Hsp72 mRNA transcription does not differ between males and females during heat acclimation. Temperature, 3 (4), 549-556.

Mee, J.A., Gibson, O.R., Doust, J.D. and Maxwell, N.S. (2015). Sex differences in adaptation to short and long term heat acclimation. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 25 (Suppl. 1), 250-258.

Gibson, O.R., Mee, J.A., Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, L., Watt, P.W. and Maxwell, N.S. (2015). Isothermic and fixed intensity heat acclimation methods are similarly effective in heat adaptation following short and long-term timescales. 热生物学杂志 49-50, 55-65.

Gibson, O.R., Mee, J.A., Tuttle, J.A., Taylor, L., Watt, P.W. and Maxwell, N.S. (2015). Isothermic and fixed intensity heat acclimation methods elicit equal increases in Hsp72 mRNA. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 25 (Suppl. 1), 259-268

Mee, J.A., Doust, J. and Maxwell, N.S. (2015). 热耐受性试验的重复性. 热生物学杂志 49-50, 91-97.