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Personal Information
College Photo Name Egana, Mikel
Main Department Physiology
College Title Assistant Professor
E-mail megana@tcd.ie
College Tel +353 1 896 3728
Web http://people.tcd.ie/megana
 
Membership of Professional Institutions, Associations, Societies
Details Date From Date To
The Physiological Society
American College of Sports Medicine
European College of Sports Science
 
Awards and Honours
Award Date
Technicon Fellowship (Health Science Faculty, TCD) 2002-2004
 
Description of Research Interests
My research fits within the discipline of exercise physiology and all my studies are carried out on humans. Currently, my main research is focused on the effect of different training interventions and pharmacological therapies on vascular and metabolic adaptations and exercise tolerance in type 2 diabetes, obesity and ageing. In addition, I am also interested on the effect of cold water immersion recovery interventions on subsequent exercise performance and on the postural effect (body tilt) on peripheral circulation, muscle activation and muscle endurance.
 
Research Interests
AGE-RELATED IMPAIRMENT CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS Clinical Trial DIABETES-MELLITUS
EXERCISE TOLERANCE Exercise physiology Insulin Musculoskeletal System
Obesity POSTURE Sports Medicine
 
Research Projects
Project title The effect of the peripheral circulation and endothelial function on exercise tolerance in subjects with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.
Summary
Funding Agency Science Foundation Ireland
Programme Research Frontiers Programme (PI Dr Mikel Egaņa)
Type of Project
Date from 2008
Date to 2011
Person Months 36


Project title The effect of age and sex on the time course and mechanisms of adaptation in cardiovascular and metabolic health with exercise training in type 2 diabetes
Summary
Funding Agency Health Research Board
Programme Health Research Award (PI Dr Mikel Egaņa)
Type of Project
Date from 2013
Date to 2016
Person Months 36


 
Publications and Other Research Outputs
Peer Reviewed
Crampton D, Egaņa M, Donne B and Warmington SA, Including arm exercise during a cold water immersion recovery better assists restoration of sprint cycling performance, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 2014, pJan 8. doi: 10.1111/sms.12169
Egaņa M, Columb D and O'Donnell S., Effect of low recumbent angle on cycling performance, fatigue and VO2 kinetics. , Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Apr;45, (4), 2013, p663 - 667
Dunne A, Crampton D and Egaņa M., Effect of post-exercise hydrotherapy water temperature on subsequent exhaustive running performance in normothermic conditions., Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, Sep;16, (5), 2013, p466 - 471
DOI
Murray AE, McMorrow AM, O'Connor E, Kiely C, Mac Ananey O, O'Shea D, Egaņa M and Lithander FE, Dietary quality in a sample of adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Ireland; a cross-sectional case control study., Nutrition Journal, 12, (110), 2013
DOI
Crampton D, Donne B, Warmington SA and Egaņa M, Cycling time to failure is better maintained by cold than contrast or thermoneutral lower-body water immersion in normothermia , European Journal of Applied Physiology, 133, (12 ), 2013, p3059 - 3067
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