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Ms Helen Matthews
Member of School:
School of Health Sciences
From September 2011 to present.
Full Member of Research Centre:
Centres for Health Sciences Research
From September 2015 to present.
Member of College:
College of Health & Social Care
From September 1999 to August 2015.
Nature and nurture in arsenic induced toxicity of Bihar, India
UK-India Education and Research Initiative, £47,043.00.
Refereed Journal Articles
Matthews, M & Matthews, H & Snook, B 2004, 'The acute effects of a resistance training warm up on sprint performance',
Research in Sports Medicine
Bale, P & Matthews, H 1991, 'Massage, warmdown and rest as recuperative measures after short term intense exercise',
Physiotherapy in Sport
Design of the Fabry/Gaucher Wellbeing programmes (Partizan International Ltd, March 2012).
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