Dr Mark Fogarty joined the University of Hull as a lecturer of exercise physiology in November 2012.
Prior to joining the University of Hull, he held an academic position at Edinburgh Napier University.
His PhD thesis investigated different modes of exercise and the use of natural and synthetic antioxidants supplements on free radical generation and their effects on macromolecules such as DNA, lipid and proteins.
Dr Fogarty is currently the Faculty Lead for Collaborative Provision and is responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of Collaborative Partnerships (including international)within the Faculty of Health Sciences.
The impact of acute moderate intensity exercise on arterial regional stiffness, lipid peroxidation, and antioxidant status in healthy males
McClean, C. M., Clegg, M., Shafat, A., Murphy, M. H., Trinick, T., Duly, E., …Davison, G. W. (2009). The impact of acute moderate intensity exercise on arterial regional stiffness, lipid peroxidation, and antioxidant status in healthy males. Research in Sports Medicine, 19(1), 1-13. doi:10.1080/15438627.2011.534963
Acute and chronic watercress supplementation attenuates exercise-induced peripheral mononuclear cell DNA damage and lipid peroxidation
Fogarty, M. C., Hughes, C. M., Burke, G., Brown, J. C., & Davison, G. W. (2013). Acute and chronic watercress supplementation attenuates exercise-induced peripheral mononuclear cell DNA damage and lipid peroxidation. British Journal of Nutrition, 109(2), 293-301. doi:10.1017/S0007114512000992
For the past fifteen Mark has been investigating the relationship between exercise and free radical biochemistry. He has worked with key industrial partners such as Vitacress Salads seeking to gain a better understanding of the role of natural compounds in our diets and their effect on our physiological and biochemical function.
An introduction to Total Sweet Xylitol
Healthy by Nature Ltd
1 September 2019
Knee Pain Method Validation Collaboration
Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare
1 January 2016
Dr Fogarty welcomes applications in
- Exercise and Oxidative Stress
- DNA Damage
- Exercise and Nutrition
- Exercise Biochemistry
- James Bray (Submitted 2017). Co supervisor. Player loading and match Variability of Heart Rate, High-Speed Activity and Accelerometry in Twenty20 Cricket. Funded as a University of Hull staff member.
- Eleanna Chalari (Submitted 2017). Principle Supervisor. Exercise induced Oxidative Stress: The implications of altering exercise modality and intensity. Self funded.
- Zac Boukemis (Submitted 2014). Co Supervisor. Diurnal variation in physiological, psychological and immune responses to 10 km run performed in hot and cold environments. Faculty funded PhD studentship Edinburgh Napier University.
Current PhD supervisions
- Nikki Bolton (2014-on going) Principle Supervisor. Exercise-induced mitochondrial DNA modification and dietary interventions: Implications for muscle health. Funded by a Faculty of Science and Engineering PhD studentship, University of Hull.
- Rachel Burke (2014-on going). Co supervisor. Nutritional supplementation to improve physiological and cognitive function in highly stressful environments. Funded by a Faculty of Science and Engineering PhD studentship.