講者簡介（二）：Professor David Broom
Dr. David Broom
2007 – Present Sheffield Hallam University
Current - Senior Lecturer (2009 - present) and Postgraduate Research Tutor for Sport (2015-present).
Previous - Lecturer (2007-2009) and Course Leader (2009-2014) of Physical Activity, Health and Exercise Science, SHU.
My SHU profile can be viewed at: https://www.shu.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/staff-profiles/david-broom but this is not updated with my latest achievements or research publications which are as follows:
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2015 Appointed Fellow of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (FBASES).
2011 Appointed Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
2008-2009 Research Supervisors Development Programme, SHU.
2007-2009 PgCert - Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, SHU.
2004-2008 PhD – Physiology of Exercise and Health, Loughborough University.
2004 Level 3 Exercise Referral Certificate, Wright Foundation.
2002-2004 MSc – Physical Activity and Health, Class: Distinction, Loughborough University.
2001 Level 2 Gym Instructor Award, Central YMCA Qualifications.
1998–2001 BSc (Hons) – Physical Education and Sports Science, Class: First, Loughborough University.
King, J., Deighton, K., Broom, D.R., Wasse, L.K., Douglass, J.A., Burns, S.F., Cordery,
P., Petherick, E., Batterham, R., Goltz, F., Thackray, A., Yates, T. and Stensel, D.J. (2017). Individual variation in hunger, energy intake and ghrelin responses to acute exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 49(6), 1219-1228. 2016 Impact Factor = 4.11. - Submitted to SHU mini REF 2017 = 3* rating REF 2021 Paper 1
Broom, D.R., Miyashita, M., Wasse, L.K., Pulsford, R., King, J.A., Thackray, A.E. and Stensel, D.J. (2017). Acute effect of exercise intensity and duration on acylated ghrelin and hunger in men. Journal of Endocrinology, 232(3), 411-422. 2016 Impact Factor = 4.706 - Submitted to Exeter mini REF 2017 = 3* rating REF 2021 Paper 2
Rocha, J., Paxman, J., Dalton, C., Winter, E. and Broom, D.R. (2016). Effects of a 12-week aerobic exercise intervention on eating behaviour, food cravings and 7-day energy intake and energy expenditure in inactive men. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41(11), 1129-1136. 2014 Impact Factor = 2.34. REF 2021 Paper 3
Bailey D.P., Broom D.R., Chrismas B.C., Taylor L., Flynn, E. and Hough, J.P. (2016). Breaking up prolonged sitting time with walking does not affect appetite or gut hormone concentrations but does induce an energy deficit and suppresses postprandial glycaemia in sedentary adults. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41, 324–331.
2014 Impact Factor = 2.34. N.B. This article was selected as editor's choice - Guest editorial by Angelo Tremblay, Associate Editor of APNM. REF rating confident of 3* rating REF 2021 Paper 4
Rocha, J., Paxman, J., Dalton, C., Winter, E. and Broom, D.R. (2015). Effects of an acute bout of aerobic exercise on immediate and subsequent three-day food intake and energy expenditure in active and inactive pre-menopausal women taking oral contraceptives. Appetite, 89, 183-191. 2015 Impact Factor = 3.125. Submitted to SHU mini REF 2015 = 3* rating REF 2021 Paper 5
Liu, D., Broom, D.R. and Wilson, R. (2014). Legacy of the Beijing Olympic Games: A Non-host City Perspective. European Sport Management Quarterly. 14(5), 485-502. 2014 Impact Factor = 0.98 but is one of the highest ranking sport management journals. Submitted to SHU mini REF 2015 = 2* rating
Klonizakis, M., Moss, J., Gilbert, S., Broom, D.R., Foster, J. and Tew, G. (2014). Low-volume high-intensity interval training rapidly improves cardiopulmonary function in postmenopausal women. Menopause, 21(10), 1099-1105. 2014 Impact Factor = 3.37. Submitted to SHU mini REF 20175 = 3* rating REF 2021 Paper 6
Rocha, J., Paxman, J., Dalton, C., Winter, E. and Broom, D.R. (2013). Effects of an acute bout of aerobic exercise on immediate and subsequent three-day food intake and energy expenditure in active and inactive men. Appetite, 71, 368-379. 5 Year Impact Factor = 3.32.
King, J., Broom, D.R. and Stensel, D.J. (2010) - The influence of brisk walking on appetite, energy intake and plasma acylated ghrelin. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 42(3), 485-492. 2010 Impact Factor = 4.11.
Broom, D.R., Batterham, R.L., King, J.A. and Stensel, D.J. (2009). Influence of resistance and aerobic exercise on hunger, circulating levels of acylated ghrelin, and peptide YY in healthy males. American Journal of Physiology: Integrative, Regulatory and Comparative, 296, R29-R35. 5 Year Impact Factor = 3.37.
Broom, D.R., Bishop, N.C., Burns, S.F., Miyashita, M. and Stensel, D.J. (2007). Exercise induced suppression of acylated ghrelin in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology, 102(6), 2165-2171. 2007 Impact Factor = 3.63. N.B. This paper has been cited in a leading Exercise Physiology text - Kenney, Wilmore and Costill (2015). Physiology of Sport and Exercise (6th Ed). Champaign Il: Human Kinetics page 115. According to Research Gate has 123 citations.
Burns, S.F. Broom, D.R., Miyashita, M., Mundy, C. and Stensel, D.J. (2007). A single session of treadmill running has no effect on plasma ghrelin concentrations. Journal of Sport Sciences, 25(6), 35-642. 2014 Impact Factor = 2.25.
Burns, S.F., Broom, D.R., Miyashita, M., Ueda, C. and Stensel, D.J. (2006). Increased Postprandial Triacylglycerol Concentrations following Resistance Exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(3), 527-533. 2006 Impact Factor = 2.91.
Broom, D.R., Lewis, K. and Duncan, M. (In press) WHO's Global Action Plan on Physical Activity. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 54.
Broom, D.R. (2017). The Final Word. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 52, 31.
Hopkins, M., Stensel, D.J., King, N., Blundell, J. and Broom, D.R. (2015). BASES Expert Statement: The Effect of Exercise on Body Weight Regulation: Individual Variability and Compensatory Responses. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 46, 8-9. The statement was extensively peer reviewed.
Broom, D.R., Stensel, J., King, N., Blundell, J. and Hopkins, M. (2014). BASES Expert Statement: The Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Appetite Control and Energy Intake. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 41, 20-21. The statement was extensively peer reviewed.