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Jean-Philippe Walhin

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Research interests

I joined the University of Bath in 2006 as a Research Officer working on a large randomised controlled trial in Type II Diabetes before completing a PhD in Human Physiology within the Department for Health were I am now a Research Fellow part of the DisAbility Sport & Health (DASH) initiative.

After studying Biochemistry in Belgium, I joined GlaxoSmithKline as an Associate Scientist where I worked for 5 years within the Genetics Research group where I specialised in Molecular Biology techniques and used Quantitative RT-PCR to analyse gene expression profiles within normal and diseased tissues.

My interests include the impact of physical activity/exercise on the gene expression profiles of adipose tissue and skeletal muscle. My research seeks to understand the mechanisms through which regular exercise and physical activity maintain health in order to reduce the risk of chronic diseases, especially in a disabled population particularly at risk.

Research interests

  • Disability and health
  • Physical activity, energy balance and chronic diseases
  • Exercise and metabolic function
  • Physical activity and adipose tissue function
  • Chronic inflammation and Type II Diabetes

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Research Output

Lipid metabolism links nutrient-exercise timing to insulin sensitivity in men classified as overweight or obese. Breakfast, exercise and metabolic health

Edinburgh, R., Bradley, H., Abdullah, N-F., Robinson, S., Chrzanowski-Smith, O., Walhin, J-P., Joanisse, S., Manolopoulos, K., Philp, A., Hengist, A., Chabowski, A., Brodsky, F., Koumanov, F., Betts, J., Thompson, D., Wallis, G. & Gonzalez, J., 31 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. 105, 3, p. 1-47 47 p., dgz104.

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The physiological responses to maximal eating in men: Physiological responses to maximal eating

Hengist, A., Edinburgh, R., Davies, R., Walhin, J-P., Buniam, J., James, L., Rogers, P. J., Gonzalez, J. & Betts, J., 23 Mar 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : British Journal of Nutrition.

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    Skipping breakfast before exercise creates a more negative 24-h energy balance: A randomized controlled trial in healthy physically active young men.

    Edinburgh, R., Hengist, A., Smith, H., Travers, R., Betts, J., Thompson, D., Walhin, J-P., Wallis, G., Hamilton, D. L., Stevenson, E., Tipton, K. D. & Gonzalez, J., 31 Aug 2019, In : Journal of Nutrition. 149, 8, p. 1326-1334 9 p.

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    Open Access
    2 Citations (Scopus)

    Adipose tissue responses to breaking sitting in men and women with central adiposity

    Chen, Y-C., Betts, J., Walhin, J-P. & Thompson, D., 1 Oct 2018, In : Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 50, 10, p. 2049-2057 9 p.

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    2 Citations (Scopus)
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    Datasets

    Dataset for 'Skipping breakfast before exercise creates a more negative 24-hour energy balance: A randomized controlled trial in healthy physically active young men'

    Edinburgh, R. (Creator), Hengist, A. (Creator), Smith, H. (Creator), Travers, R. (Creator), Betts, J. (Creator), Thompson, D. (Creator), Walhin, J. (Creator), Wallis, G. (Creator), Hamilton, D. L. (Creator), Stevenson, E. (Creator), Tipton, K. (Creator), Gonzalez, J. (Creator), University of Bath, 10 Apr 2019

    Dataset

    Dataset for 'Pre-Exercise Breakfast Ingestion versus Extended Overnight Fasting Increases Postprandial Glucose Flux after Exercise in Healthy Men: Pre-exercise feeding and postprandial glucose flux'

    Edinburgh, R. (Creator), Hengist, A. (Creator), Smith, H. (Creator), Travers, R. (Creator), Koumanov, F. (Creator), Betts, J. (Creator), Thompson, D. (Creator), Walhin, J. (Creator), Wallis, G. (Creator), Hamilton, D. L. (Creator), Stevenson, E. (Creator), Tipton, K. (Creator), Gonzalez, J. (Creator), University of Bath, 27 Feb 2019

    Dataset

    Dataset for "Lipid metabolism links nutrient-exercise timing to insulin sensitivity in overweight men"

    Edinburgh, R. (Creator), Bradley, H. (Creator), Abdullah, N. (Creator), Robinson, S. (Creator), Chrzanowski-Smith, O. (Creator), Walhin, J. (Creator), Joanisse, S. (Creator), Manolopoulos, K. (Creator), Philp, A. (Creator), Hengist, A. (Creator), Chabowski, A. (Creator), Brodsky, F. (Creator), Koumanov, F. (Creator), Betts, J. (Creator), Thompson, D. (Creator), Wallis, G. (Creator), Gonzalez, J. (Creator), University of Bath, 19 Oct 2019

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    Thesis

    The Impact of Exercise and Energy Balance on Metabolic Control and Inflammation in Humans

    Author: Walhin, J., 11 Dec 2013

    Supervisor: Thompson, D. (Supervisor) & Betts, J. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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