Isabelle Lys

Dr, PhD Candidate

20092019

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Dr Isabelle Lys works as a Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at the Australian Catholic University.  She is currently enrolled as an external PhD student in the College of Education at CDU and specialises in both biomedical science and science education research fields. Her education PhD thesis is entitled “The Graduate Certificate in Higher Education for Teaching Focused Biomedical Science Academics in Australia: More than just “a tick a box” exercise? “. Her research areas focus on investigating training or professional development to enhance teaching and learning skills of both academics and students in different undergraduate Science and Health Science courses. She is also interested in investigating the training, transition and mentoring of research scientists in academic teaching focused roles at universities.

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Possible Hormone Predictors of Physical Performance in Adolescent Team Sport Athletes

Martin, A. C., Heazlewood, I. T., Kitic, C. M., Lys, I. & Johnson, L., 1 Feb 2019, In : Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 33, 2, p. 417-425 9 p.

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  • Multi-Omic integrated networks connect DNA methylation and miRNA with skeletal muscle plasticity to chronic exercise in type 2 diabetic obesity

    Rowlands, D. S., Page, R. A., Sukala, W. R., Giri, M., Ghimbovschi, S. D., Hayat, I., Cheema, B. S., Lys, I., Leikis, M., Sheard, P. W., Wakefield, S. J., Breier, B., Hathout, Y., Brown, K., Marathi, R., Orkunoglu-Suer, F. E., Devaney, J. M., Leiken, B., Many, G., Krebs, J. & 2 others, Hopkins, W. G. & Hoffman, E. P., 2014, In : Physiological Genomics. 46, 20, p. 747-765 19 p.

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  • Degradation of [Dha7]MC-LR by a Microcystin Degrading Bacterium Isolated from Lake Rotoiti, New Zealand

    Somdee, T., Thunders, M., Ruck, J., Lys, I., Allison, M. & Page, R., 2013, In : ISRN Microbiology. 2013, p. 1-8 8 p., 596429.

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    Exercise Improves Quality of Life in Indigenous Polynesian Peoples With Type 2 Diabetes and Visceral Obesity

    Sukala, W., Page, R., Lonsdale, C., Lys, I., Rowlands, D., Krebs, J., Leikis, M. & Cheema, B., 2013, In : Journal of physical activity & health. 10, 5, p. 699-707 9 p.

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  • Effect of aerobic exercise on leptin and PGC-1a gene expression in a unique cohort of morbidly obese Polynesians with Type 2 diabetes

    Hayat, I., Rowlands, D., Lys, I., Sukala, W., Cheema, B., Breier, B., Leikis, M., Krebs, J. & Page, R., 2012, In : Endocrine Reviews. 33, 3_Supplement, p. -

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