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Dr. John Gormley

Associate Professor (Physiotherapy)
TRINITY CENTRE, S J H


John Gormley has been a lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy University of Dublin Trinity College since 1996. He is currently co-ordinator of the MSc in Cardiac Rehabilitation a course he helped set up in 2002. His main research interests are in the areas of cardiac rehabilitation, exercise and cardiovascular risk factors, and injury prevention. Previous research has been in the area of shortwave diathermy and muscle strength in children. He has co-edited a book in the area of exercise in the prevention and treatment of disease.
  Biomechanics of human movement   Cardiac rehabilitation   Cardiovascular disease, pharmacology   Exercise and cystic fibrosis   Exercise physiology   Health psychology
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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 1988 Present
Tozzi, L., Carballedo, A., Lavelle, G., Doolin, K., Doyle, M., Amico, F., Mccarthy, H., Gormley, J., Lord, A., O'Keane, V., Frodl, T., Longitudinal functional connectivity changes correlate with mood improvement after regular exercise in a dose-dependent fashion, European Journal of Neuroscience, 43, (8), 2016, p1089-1096 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
McDermott A, Zaporojan L, McNamara P, Doherty C.P, Redmond J, Forde C, Gormley J, Ega├▒a M, Bergin C, The effects of a 16-week aerobic exercise programme on cognitive function in people living with HIV, AIDS Care , 2016, p1-8 , Journal Article, IN_PRESS  DOI  URL
, DOES SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE TESTING PREDICT CHANGES IN AEROBIC CAPACITY IN MID-LIFE ADULTS?, The Gerontologist, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
, EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL, The Gerontologist, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ryan, J.M., Hensey, O., McLoughlin, B., Lyons, A., Gormley, J., Associations of sedentary behaviour, physical activity, blood pressure and anthropometric measures with cardiorespiratory fitness in Children with cerebral palsy, PLoS ONE, 10, (4), 2015, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Shields N, Hussey J, Murphy J, Gormley J, Hoey H, An exploratory study of the association between physical activity, cardiovascular fitness and body size in children with Down syndrome., Developmental neurorehabilitation, 2015, p1-7 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ryan JM, Forde C, Hussey JM, Gormley J, Comparison of Patterns of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Between Children With Cerebral Palsy and Children With Typical Development., Physical therapy, 95, (12), 2015, p1609-16 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
G. Lavelle, J. Gormley, D. Doherty, The effects of a 16 week aerobic exercise programme on circulating lymphocyte subpopulations: a randomised controlled trial, Physiotherapy, 101, 2015, pe839--e840 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
G. Lavelle, J. Fortune, J. Gormley, Using a predictive model of submaximal exercise testing to track aerobic capacity: a 4 month randomised controlled trial, Physiotherapy, 101, 2015, pe839 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
A. Carballedo, M. Doyle, G. Lavelle, J. Gormley, V. O'Keane, T. Frodl, Affective Network Hyperconnectivity and Hypoconnectivity of Cognitive Control and Ventral Attention Networks in Adults with High Neuroticism Scores, European Psychiatry, 30, 2015, p252 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
  

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