Faculty of Health

Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research

Stuart Warmington

Position Lecturer
Email stuart.warmington@deakin.edu.au
Area School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Phone +61 3 92517013
Campus Melbourne Burwood Campus


Role and profile
Dr Stuart Warmington is a Lecturer in Exercise Physiology in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and part of the teaching team that delivers the curriculum for the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science and related degree programmes. Dr Warmington is also an active researcher and a member of the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research (C-PAN).


Teaching responsibilities
Deputy Course Director: Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science / Bachelor of Business (Sport Management) D394
Unit Chair: HSE201 Exercise Physiology
Unit Chair: HSE304 Physiology of Sport Performance
Student Supervision: 1 x HDR student; 2 x Honours students

Lecturer HSE303 Exercise Metabolism

Supervises 2 Honours students



Research interests
Dr Warmington’s research interests are focused on recovery from exercise in humans, understanding the physiological and logistical benefits of blood flow restriction exercise, and improving tolerance to exercise in clinical populations and the elderly.


Memberships
Local: - Australian Physiological Society (AuPS)
International: The Physiological society (Physoc, UK)



Service to the University, discipline or community
Academic Progress Committee (APC) Chair: School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Chair: Local organising committee for AuPS national conference (Waterfront, Dec 2013)



Conferences
1. Crampton D, Donne B, Warmington S, Egaña M (2012) Passive versus active cold water immersion post-exercise: core temperature 'after' and subsequent exercise performance, oral, 17th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Bruges, Belgium.

2. Crampton D, Donne B, Warmington S, Egaña M (2011) Passive versus active cold water immersion post-exercise: Core temperature 'afterdrop' and subsequent exercise performance, oral, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences annual meeting, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

3. Crampton D, Donne B, Warmington S, Egaña M (2011) Usage of water immersion as a recovery intervention and injury treatment modality in elite Gaelic games players, poster, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences annual meeting, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

4. Crampton D, Donne B, Egaña M, Warmington S (2010) Core temperature "afterdrop" during constant load cycling following a 30 min hip level cold water immersion, oral, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Biomedical Sciences annual meeting, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

5. Mac Ananey O, Malone J, O'Shea D, Warmington S, Green S, Egaña M (2009) Oxygen uptake kinetics and cardiac output during cycling in females with type 2 diabetes mellitus, oral, The Physiological Society, University College Dublin, Ireland.

6. Crampton D, Donne B, Egaña M, Warmington S (2009) Contrast hydrotherapy following two modes of high-intensity cycle exercise: Blood lactate clearance and subsequent exercise performance, oral, The Physiological Society, University College Dublin, Ireland.

7. Crampton D, Donne B, Egaña M, Warmington SA (2009) The effect of contrast hydrotherapy following repeated Wingate tests on blood lactate clearance and subsequent exercise performance, poster, The Physiological Society, King's College London, UK.

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12th June 2012