Matthew McCarthy - PhD Student

       


      Research interests:

       

      • Glucose control and metabolic heath in chronic disease: Whether novel approaches to increase physical activity/reduce sedentary behaviour are effective?

       

      Research projects:

       

      • FIT 2 SIT study: The impact of cardio-respiratory fitness on an individual’s metabolic response to prolonged sitting and light activity breaks.

       

      Contact details:

       

      NIHR Leicester-Loughborough Diet, Lifestyle and Physical Activity BRU,

      Leicester Diabetes Centre (Origin)

      Leicester General Hospital
      Gwendolen Road

      Leicester LE5 4PW, UK

       

      Tel: 07756379440

       

      Email: mm636@le.ac.uk

       

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