EHI Grant Scheme 2014 / 2015 Winners

EHI GRANTS

EHI Graduate Student Research Grant Awards

This year is the fifth year of the EHI’s student grants programme and 31 applications were received. The EHI Science Advisory Board, who is responsible for allocating the grants, was once again very impressed with the quality of applications received. After careful assessment, the following projects were selected to receive grants.

Name University Project Title
Samuel Watkins University of Bedfordshire Ad-libitum, restricted, and Human Performance Resource Centre advised fluid replacement on hydration, cognition, physical performance, thermoregulation and oxidative stress during a 16 km simulated military march in the heat: Impact of resting hydration status?
Aaron Lowman Brunel University London Impact of exercise-induced dehydration on small airway function in the healthy active human.
Adelais Athanasatou Agricultural University of Athens Which time of the day do we have the lowest hydration status?
James Donaldson Brunel University London Understanding the distinct stroke volume responses to dehydration and euhydration during prolonged exercise in the heat in humans: the role of extrinsic versus intrinsic cardiac factors.
John Bateman Northumbria University The effects of hot and cold drinks on thermal and sports performance at rest and during fixed intensity and self paced exercise in hot perception, thermoregulation conditions.
Olivia Patsalos University of East London Hydration status, thirst and thinking – the role of water consumption on cognitive reflection.
María José Soto Méndez Universidad de Granada Can liquid ingestion modify the osmolality of human milk?
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