Dr Claire Minshull



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MINSHULL C, (2019). 

MINSHULL C, Gleeson N (2017). Considerations of the Principles of Resistance Training for the Management of Knee Osteoarthritis; A Systematic Review. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 98(9):1842-1851


MINSHULL C, Biant, LC, Ralston S, Gleeson N. (2015). A Systematic Review of the Role of Vitamin D on Neuromuscular Remodelling Following Exercise and Injury. Calcified Tissue International. 98(5):426-37.


Hannah R, Stannard RL, MINSHULL C, Artioli GG, Harris RC, Sale C. (2015). β-Alanine supplementation enhances human skeletal muscle relaxation speed but not force production capacity. Journal of Applied Physiology. 118(5):):604-12.


Hannah R, Folland JP, Smith SL, MINSHULL C. (2015) Explosive hamstrings-to-quadriceps force ratio of males versus females. European Journal of Applied Physiology 115(4):837-47


Bailey, AK. MINSHULL, C. Richardson, J. Gleeson NP. (2014). Non-Concurrent Strength and Cardio-Vascular Endurance Rehabilitation Conditioning Improves Outcome Following ACI Surgery to the Knee. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 23(3): 235-43.


Gleeson N, Eston R, MINSHULL C, Bailey A, Al-kitani A, Darain H, Yates C, Rees D. (2014). Effects of antecedent flexibility conditioning on neuromuscular and sensorimotor performance during exercise-induced muscle damage. Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness. 11(2):107-117.


Hannah R, MINSHULL C, Smith SL, Folland JP. (2014) Longer Electromechanical Delay Impairs Hamstrings Explosive Force versus Quadriceps. Medicine & Science in Sport and Exercise. 46(5):963-72.


MINSHULL C, Eston R, Bailey A, Rees D, Gleeson N (2014). The differential effects of PNF versus passive stretch conditioning on neuromuscular performance. European Journal of Sport Science. Apr;14(3):233-41.


MINSHULL, C. James, L (2013). The effects of hypohydration and fatigue on neuromuscular activation performance. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 38: 21–26.


Shepherd, J, Gleeson, N, MINSHULL, C (2012). Congruency and responsiveness of perceived exertion and time-to-end-point during an intermittent isometric fatigue task. European Journal of Applied Physiology 113:905-909


MINSHULL, C; Eston, R; Rees, D; et al. (2012). Knee joint neuromuscular activation performance during muscle damage and superimposed fatigue. Journal of Sports Sciences. 30 (10) 1015-1024.


MINSHULL, C; Eston, R; Bailey, A; et al. (2012) Repeated exercise stress impairs volitional but not magnetically evoked electromechanical delay of the knee flexors.: Journal of Sports Sciences 30 (2): 219-227


Hannah R, MINSHULL C, Buckthorpe MW, Folland JP. (2012). Explosive neuromuscular performance of males versus females. Experimental Physiology. 97(5):618-29


MINSHULL, C.; Rees, D.; Gleeson, N. P. (2011). Joint angle affects volitional and magnetically-evoked neuromuscular performance differentially. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 21 (4): 672-677


Hannah, R, MINSHULL, C, Folland, J. (2011). Whole body vibration does not influence neuromuscular function or proprioception. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport, (DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2011.01361.x).


MINSHULL, C, Gleeson, N, Bailey, A, Rees, D, Eston, RG (2009). Single measurement reliability and reproducibility of volitional and magnetically-evoked indices of neuromuscular performance in males and females. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 19(5):1013-23.


Gleeson, N, Parfitt, G, MINSHULL, C, Bailey, A, Rees, D (2008). Influence of surgery and rehabilitation conditioning on psychobiological fitness. Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness 6(1):50-65.



MINSHULL, C, Gleeson, N, Walters-Edwards, M, Eston, RG, Rees, D. (2007). Effects of fatigue on volitional and magnetically-evoked electromechanical delay of the knee flexors in males and females. European Journal of Applied Physiology 100(4): 469-478.

Academic Conferences

MINSHULL C. (2014). Neuromuscular Pre-habilitation and Rehabilitation in Articular Cartilage Surgery Patients Edinburgh Cartilage Symposium (24th March). The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh


MINSHULL C. Bailey A. Shepherd J. Yates C. Gleeson N. (2013). Effects of concurrent versus non-concurrent rehabilitative conditioning in an ACL-reconstructed population. 26-29th June, Barcelona, Spain. European Congress of Sport Science


MINSHULL, C., Gleeson N. (2012) Effects of passive versus PNF stretch conditioning on neuromuscular activation and sensorimotor performance. Annual International Conference on Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences, 25-28 June 2012, Athens, Greece. Athens Institute for Education and Research.


Hannah, R., MINSHULL, C, Buckthorpe, M.W, Folland, J.P. (2011). Muscle-tendon unit stiffness does not independently influence voluntary explosive strength. European Congress of Sport Science. Liverpool UK


MINSHULL C, Williamson D, Gleeson N. (2010) Differential effects of joint angle and fatigue on volitional and magnetically-evoked neuromuscular performance. International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology, Aalborg, Denmark, 16th-19th June.


Hannah R, MINSHULL C, Folland JP, (2010). The effects of a single session of whole-body vibration exercise on knee joint position sense and neuromuscular function. International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology, Aalborg, Denmark, 16th-19th June.


Shepherd J, Gleeson N, MINSHULL, C (2010). Relationship between self-perception and time-to-end-point in an intermittent isometric fatigue task British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 6th-8th September.


Hannah R, Buckthorpe M, Folland J, MINSHULL C (2010). Explosive neuromuscular performance of the knee extensors in untrained males and females. British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 6th-8th September.



Walters-Edwards, M, MINSHULL, C, Gleeson, Bailey, A,, Rees, D, (2010). Effects of an Acute Sensorimotor and Neurological Training Intervention on Knee Flexor Performance in Females. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference Baltimore, Maryland, US. (June 2010).