Dr Michael Wheeler

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Executive Dean Health Research Fellow

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Exer & Nutr Sciences

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Publications

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2022

Development of a novel method to measure bone marrow fat fraction in older women using high-resolution peripheral quantitative computed tomography

A Flehr, J Källgård, J Alvén, K Lagerstrand, E Papalini, M Wheeler, L Vandenput, F Kahl, K Axelsson, D Sundh, R Mysore, M Lorentzon

(2022), Vol. 33, pp. 1545-1556, Osteoporosis International, C1-1

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Eating disorders are associated with increased risk of fall injury and fracture in Swedish men and women

K Axelsson, M Woessner, H Litsne, M Wheeler, A Flehr, A King, M Kalén, L Vandenput, M Lorentzon

(2022), Vol. 33, pp. 1347-1355, Osteoporosis International, C1-1

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2021

Frequency of Interruptions to Sitting Time: Benefits for Postprandial Metabolism in Type 2 Diabetes

A Homer, F Taylor, P Dempsey, M Wheeler, P Sethi, M Townsend, M Grace, D Green, N Cohen, R Larsen, B Kingwell, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2021), Vol. 44, pp. 1254-1263, Diabetes care, Arlington, Va., C1

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Different frequencies of active interruptions to sitting have distinct effects on 22 h glycemic control in type 2 diabetes

A Homer, F Taylor, P Dempsey, M Wheeler, P Sethi, M Grace, D Green, N Cohen, R Larsen, B Kingwell, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2021), Vol. 31, pp. 2969-2978, Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Acute effects of interrupting prolonged sitting on vascular function in type 2 diabetes

F Taylor, D Dunstan, A Homer, P Dempsey, B Kingwell, R Climie, N Owen, N Cohen, R Larsen, M Grace, N Eikelis, M Wheeler, M Townsend, N Maniar, D Green

(2021), Vol. 320, pp. H393-H403, American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, Bethesda, Md., C1

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2020

Combined effects of continuous exercise and intermittent active interruptions to prolonged sitting on postprandial glucose, insulin, and triglycerides in adults with obesity: a randomized crossover trial

M Wheeler, D Green, E Cerin, K Ellis, I Heinonen, J Lewis, L Naylor, N Cohen, R Larsen, P Dempsey, B Kingwell, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2020), Vol. 17, pp. 1-11, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, London, Eng., C1

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Distinct effects of acute exercise and breaks in sitting on working memory and executive function in older adults: A three-arm, randomised cross-over trial to evaluate the effects of exercise with and without breaks in sitting on cognition

M Wheeler, D Green, K Ellis, E Cerin, I Heinonen, L Naylor, R Larsen, P Wennberg, C Boraxbekk, J Lewis, N Eikelis, N Lautenschlager, B Kingwell, G Lambert, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2020), Vol. 54, pp. 776-781, British Journal of Sports Medicine, London, Eng., C1

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2019

Effect of morning exercise with or without breaks in prolonged sitting on blood pressure in older overweight/obese adults: Evidence for sex differences

M Wheeler, D Dunstan, K Ellis, E Cerin, S Phillips, G Lambert, L Naylor, P Dempsey, B Kingwell, D Green

(2019), Vol. 73, pp. 859-867, Hypertension, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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Morning exercise mitigates the impact of prolonged sitting on cerebral blood flow in older adults

M Wheeler, D Dunstan, B Smith, K Smith, A Scheer, J Lewis, L Naylor, I Heinonen, K Ellis, E Cerin, P Ainslie, D Green

(2019), Vol. 126, pp. 1049-1055, Journal of Applied Physiology, United States, C1

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Phenotypic responses to a lifestyle intervention do not account for inter-individual variability in glucose tolerance for individuals at high risk of type 2 diabetes

G O'Donoghue, A Kennedy, G Andersen, B Carr, S Cleary, E Durkan, H Davis, K Færch, P Fitzpatrick, H Kenny, N McCaffrey, J Monedero, E Murphy, J Noone, T Suvitaival, T Thybo, M Wheeler, D Vistisen, J Nolan, D O'Gorman

(2019), Vol. 10, Frontiers in Physiology, C1-1

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2018

Interacting effects of exercise with breaks in sitting time on cognitive and metabolic function in older adults: Rationale and design of a randomised crossover trial

D Dunstan, M Wheeler, K Ellis, E Cerin, D Green

(2018), Vol. 15, pp. 11-16, Mental Health and Physical Activity, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Simple intermittent resistance activity mitigates the detrimental effect of prolonged unbroken sitting on arterial function in overweight and obese adults

R Climie, M Wheeler, M Grace, E Lambert, N Cohen, N Owen, B Kingwell, D Dunstan, D Green

(2018), Vol. 125, pp. 1787-1794, Journal of Applied Physiology, United States, C1

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Study design and methods for the ACTIVity And TEchnology (ACTIVATE) trial

B Lynch, N Nguyen, M Reeves, M Moore, D Rosenberg, M Wheeler, T Boyle, J Vallance, C Friedenreich, D English

(2018), Vol. 64, pp. 112-117, Contemporary Clinical Trials, C1-1

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2017

Sedentary behavior as a risk factor for cognitive decline? A focus on the influence of glycemic control in brain health

M Wheeler, P Dempsey, M Grace, K Ellis, P Gardiner, D Green, D Dunstan

(2017), Vol. 3, pp. 291-300, Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2016

Acute effects of breaking up prolonged sitting on fatigue and cognition: A pilot study

P Wennberg, C Boraxbekk, M Wheeler, B Howard, P Dempsey, G Lambert, N Eikelis, R Larsen, P Sethi, J Occleston, J Hernestål-Boman, K Ellis, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2016), Vol. 6, BMJ Open, England, C1

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Eight-hour time-restricted eating does not lower daily myofibrillar protein synthesis rates: A randomized con of trial

Evelyn Parr, Imre Kouw, Michael Wheeler, Bridget Radford, Rebecca Hall, Joan Senden, Joy Goessens, Luc van Loon, John Hawley

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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