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Ricardo Cos

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Education:

 

 

2010-2013

Coventry University, UK

Department of Health Professions,

Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

 

2009-2010

Coventry University, UK

School of Lifelong Learning

PGCert Higher Education Professional Practice

 

2006-2010

University of Wales- Bangor, UK

School of Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences

Ph.D. Neuroendocrine and Nutritional Immunology

 

2003 - 2005

University of Liverpool, UK

Department of Biological Sciences, Chester College

PGDip/RD Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics

 

2000 - 2001

University of Liverpool, UK

Centre for Exercise and Nutrition Science, Chester College

MSc Exercise and Nutrition Science

 

1999 - 2000

University of Birmingham, UK

School of Education

PGCE Physical Education & Personnel, Social and Health Education

 

1996-1999

University of Birmingham, UK

School of Sport and Exercise Science

BSc Sport and Exercise Science 2:1

 

2013-Present: Senior Lecturer & Chief/Principal Investigator in Sports Dietetics & Extremes Physiology. Monash University, Faculty of Medicine Nursing & Health Sciences, Department of Nutrition Dietetics & Food, Australia.

- Chief/Principal Investigator

- Higher Degree by Research (PhD) Coordinator- Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food

Graduate Research Industry Partnership Food and Dairy Co-Director and Leader of Medicine Program.

- Sports Dietetic & Extremes Physiology Research Group Leader.

- BASE Facility Nutrition & Exercise Clinic Leader.

2010-2013: Senior Lecturer & Research Fellow in Dietetics & Human Nutrition. Coventry University, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, Department of Health Professions, UK.

- Chief/Principal Investigator

- Course Director (2010-2013) PGCert/MSc in Sport & Exercise Nutrition.

- Coventry University Sport & Exercise Nutritional Support and Research Team Lead.

 

Research Activities:

Areas of Research: Exercise & Nutrition Immunology, Environmental Physiology & Immunity, Exercise Gastroenterology, Public Health Nutrition, Sports Dietetics, Sport & Exercise Nutrition.

 

• 2019 Ultra Sports Science Foundation Research Grants- Circadian variation of exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome (Chief/Principal Investigator)

• 2019 Ultra Sports Science Foundation Research Grants- Sodium status in ultra-exertional heat stress (Associate Investigator).

• 2018-2019 Technologies Australia Sports Company Pty Ltd and Australian Sports technology Network- BASE Essentials Ultra Project (Chief/Principal Investigator).

• 2017-2020 Graduate Research Industry Partnership, Lion Pty Ltd- Recovery Milk Project (Chief/Principal Investigator).

• 2017-2020 Graduate Research Industry Partnership, Lion Pty Ltd- Active Aging Project: (Chief/Principal Investigator).

• 2017 Strategic grant scheme 2017, Platform grant, Monash University, Faculty of Medicine Nursing & Health Sciences, Australia (Associate Investigator).

• 2017 BASE Strategic Grant Scheme, Monash University, Department of Nutrition & Dietetics (Research supervisor- primary).

• 2016-2017 Technologies Australia Sports Company Pty Ltd and Australian Sports technology Network- BASE Essentials Ultra Project (Chief/Principal Investigator).

2015: Sports Medicine Australia, SMA Foundation Research Grant (Research supervisor- primary).

2014: Strategic grant scheme 2015, Early Career Research Development Grant, Monash University, Faculty of Medicine Nursing & Health Sciences, Australia (Chief/Principal Investigator).

2011-2013: Proof of Concept Award, Business Development Department, Coventry University, UK (Chief/Principal Investigator).

2011-2012: Research Sabbatical Fellowship, Coventry University, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, UK (Chief/Principal Investigator).

2011: European Hydration Institute, Graduate Research Grant (Research supervisor- primary).

2010-2011: Applied Research Fellowship, Coventry University, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, UK (Chief/Principal Investigator).

2010-2013: PhD Internship Fund, Coventry University, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, UK (Research supervisor- primary).

 

Applied Research:

• 2018: Food as Medicine: Food, Exercise and the Gut book release, Monash University. https://www.monash.edu/medicine/scs/nutrition/recipe-books/using-food-as-medicine-exercise-and-the-gut

• 2017-2018: Food as Medicine: Food, Exercise and the Gut, Monash University FOOC online course. https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/fam-exercise-gut

• 2017-2018: Monash University- Australia, BASE Facility, Nutrition & Exercise Clinic.

• 2014-2015: Monash University- Australia, BASE Facility, Sport & Exercise Dietetic Services (CPD short courses, clinic, lab and educational services).

• 2009-2013: Coventry University- UK, Sport & Exercise Applied Research Group: Income contribution via internal and external consultation, group sport & exercise nutrition support, kitchen lab sessions, catering support.

• 2012-2013 Coventry University- UK, Sport & Exercise Nutrition CPD workshops.

• 2012-2013 Book release, Coventry University- UK, Cooking for Sport & Exercise©, www.coventry.ac.uk/sportscook.

 

Relevant Professional Activities:

Health Care Professions Council Registered Dietitian- UK (registration number: DT16344).

• Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Dietitians Association Australia (DAA): 16-428

Advanced Sports Dietitian, Sports Dietitians of Australia (SDA).

Reviewer for International Journal of Sports Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism; International Journal of Sports Physiology & Performance; European Journal of Applied Physiology; Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism; Journal of Sports Science; Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise; Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports; Exercise Immunology Reviews; International Journal for Vitamin & Nutritional Research; and International Journal of Sports Medicine.

• Committees: School of Clinical Science Graduate Research Committee, Monash University; Graduate Research Industry Partnership- Food & Dairy, Monash University; International Foundation for Medicine and Science in Ultra-Endurance Sports.

 

Awards:

• Australian Academy of Science, Theo Murphy Australian Frontiers of Science, travel award, 2016.

• Purple letter for excellence in teaching, Monash University 2016.

Early career research publication prize, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences- Allied Health, Monash University 2016.

Early career research publication prize, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences- Allied Health, Monash University 2014.

Academic excellence award- Teaching & Research, Coventry University 2012

Academic excellence award- Teaching & Research, Coventry University 2011

Academic merit award- Teaching & Research, Coventry University 2010

New investigator presentation prize, International Society of Exercise Immunology conference, 2009.

 

Books, Book Chapters, & Apps:

Costa, R.J.S., & Gaskell, S., (2018). Using food as medicine: Exercise and the gut- Sports dietetic edition. Department of Nutrition Dietetics and Food, Monash University press. https://www.monash.edu/medicine/scs/nutrition/recipe-books/using-food-as-medicine-exercise-and-the-gut

Costa, R.J.S., (2017). Gastrointestinal Symptoms. In: The Long Distance Runner’s Guide To Injury Prevention and Treatment. Editor Lipman, G.S., Krabak, B.J. Skyhorse Publishing, New York, NY. ISBN print: 9781510717909; ISBN online: 1510717900.

Costa, R.J.S., (2014). Peak Performance, MWorld App, Monash University (www.discovermworld.com).

Robson-Ansley, P., & Costa, R.J.S., (2014). Overreaching and Unexplained Underperformance Syndrome: Nutritional Interventions (Chapter 33, pp 404-414). In: The encyclopaedia of sports medicine, an IOC medical commission publication- Volume 19: Sports Nutrition. Editor Maughan, R. Wiley-Blackwell publishers, NJ, USA. doi: 10.1002/9781118692318; ISBN print: 9781118275764; ISBN online: 9781118692318.

Costa, R.J.S. (2013). Cooking for Sport & Exercise: The recipe resources for the recreation, amateur, and elite athlete- Volume 2. Coventry University Press, Coventry, UK. (www.coventry.ac.uk/sportscook).

Costa, R.J.S. (2012). Cooking for Sport & Exercise: The recipe resources for the recreation, amateur, and elite athlete- Volume 1. Coventry University Press, Coventry, UK. (www.coventry.ac.uk/sportscook).

Costa, R.J.S. (2012). Exercise and Nutrition (Chapter 4), and Managing established disease (Chapter 13). International Olympic Committee Legacy of the 2012 London Olympiad- A Guide to Nutrition and Hydration for Active Healthy Lifestyles. Editor Maughan, R. BDA, EHI, EIS, SportsDietitians UK. www.europeanhydrationinstitute.org

 

Peer Reviewed Publications:

H-index:   19   Citations: 1046

Huschtscha, Z., Porter, J., Costa ,R,J,S. (2019). Letter to the Editor: Comments and future directions arising from “The Impact of Dairy Protein Intake on Muscle Mass, Muscle Strength, and Physical Performance in Middle-Aged to Older Adults with or without Existing Sarcopenia” Adv Nutr (In press).

McCubbin, A.J., Zhu, A., Gaskell, S.K., Costa, R.J.S., (2019). Hydrogel carbohydrate electrolyte beverage does not improve blood glucose availability, carbohydrate malabsorption, gastrointestinal symptoms or carbohydrate oxidation during endurance running, or time to exhaustion performance test, compared to a standard concentration and nutrient-matched beverage. Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press).

Hoffman, M.D., Snipe, R.M.J, & Costa, R.J.S., (2019). Authors reply to Response to Armstrong and Bergeron: Ad libitum drinking adequately supports hydration during 2 h of running in different ambient temperatures. Euro.J.Appl.Physiol., (In press).

Costa, R.J.S., Gaskell, S.K., McCubbin, A.J., Snipe, R.M.J. (2019). Exertional-heat stress associated gastrointestinal perturbations- management strategies for athletes preparing for and competing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Temp. (In press).

Burke, L.M., Castell, L., Casa, D., Close, G., Costa, R.J.S., Desbrow B., Halson, Lis, D., Melin, Peeling, P., Saunders, Slater, G., Sygo, Witard, Bermon, S., Stellingwerff, T. (2019). International Association of Athletics Federations Consensus statement 2019: Nutrition for Athletics. Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press).

Costa, R.J.S., Knechtle, B., Tarnopolsky, M., Hoffman, M.D. (2019). Nutrition for ultramarathon running: trail, track, and road (IAAF statement). Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press).

Gaskell, S.K., Snipe, R.M.J., Costa, R.J.S. (2019). Test re-test reliability of a modified visual analogue scale assessment tool for determining incidence and severity of gastrointestinal symptom in response to exercise stress. Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press). (Corresponding author).

McCubbin, A.J., Cox, G., Costa, R.J.S., (2019). Sodium intake beliefs, information sources, and intended practices of endurance athletes before and during exercise. Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press).

Costa, R.J.S., Camões-Costa, V., Snipe, R.M.J., Dixon, D., Russo, I., Huschtscha, Z. (2019). The impact of exercise-induced hypohydration on intestinal integrity, function, symptoms, and systemic endotoxin and inflammatory responses. J. Appl. Physiol., 126(5):1281-1291.

Hoffman, M.D., Snipe, R.M.J, & Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Ad libitum drinking adequately supports hydration during 2 h of running in different ambient temperatures. Euro.J.Appl.Physiol., 118(12): 2687-2697. doi: 10.1007/s00421-018-3996-7. PMID: 30267225.

Alcock, R., McCubbin, A., Camões-Costa, V., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). CASE STUDY. Nutritional support for self-sufficient multi-stage ultra-marathon: Rationed versus full energy provisions. Wilderness.Envrion.Med., 29(4):508-520. (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1016/j.wem.2018.06.004. PMID: 30249353.

Gaskell, S.K., Costa, R.J.S. (2018). Case Study: Applying a low FODMAP dietary intervention to a female ultra-endurance runner with irritable bowel syndrome during a multi-stage ultra-marathon. Int.J.Sports Nutr.Exerc.Metab., (In press).

Snipe, R., Khoo, A., Kitic, C., Gibson, P., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Mild Heat stress during prolonged running results in exacerbated intestinal epithelial injury and gastrointestinal symptoms. Int.J.Sports.Med., 39(4):255-263. (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1055/s-0043-122742. PMID: 29415294

Den Ouden, L., Kandola, A., Suo, C, Hendrikse, J, Costa, RJS., Watt, M., Lorenzetti, V, Chye, YY, Parkes, L., Yücel, M., (2018). The influence of aerobic exercise on hippocampal integrity and function: a multi-modal imaging approach. Journal Brain Plasticity, (In press). doi: 10.3233/BPL-170053.

Hoffman, M.D., Stellingwerff, T., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Considerations for ultra-endurance activities: part 2 - hydration. Res.Sports Med., 27(2): 182-194. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2018.1502189.

Costa, R.J.S., Hoffman, M.D., Stellingwerff, T., (2018). Considerations for ultra-endurance activities: part 1 - nutrition. Res.Sports Med., 27(2): 166-181. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2018.1502188

McCubbin, A.J., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Impact of sodium ingestion during exercise on endurance performance: a systematic review. Int.J.Sports Sci., 8(3):97-107. doi: 10.5923/j.sports.20180803.05.

McCubbin, A.J., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). The impact of dietary sodium intake on sweat sodium concentration in response to endurance exercise: a systematic review. Int.J.Sports Sci., 8(1):25-37. doi: 10.5923/j.sports.20180801.05.

Minuzzi, L.G., Teixeira, A.M., Carvalho, H.M., Costa, R.J.S., Rama, L., (2018). Daily hematologic assessment during a 230-km multistage ultramarathon. Rev.Bras.Med.Esporte., 24(3):206-211. doi.org/10.1590/1517-869220182403171999.

Snipe, R.M.J., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Does biological sex impact intestinal epithelial injury, small intestine permeability, gastrointestinal symptoms and systemic cytokine profile in response to exertional-heat stress? J.Sports Sci., 36(4):2827-2835. doi: 10.1080/02640414.2018.1478612. PMID: 29790452.

Snipe, R., Costa, R.J.S, (2018). Does the temperature of water ingested during exertional-heat stress influence gastrointestinal injury, symptoms, and systemic inflammatory profile? J.Sci.Med.Sport., 21(8):771-776 (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1016/j.jsams.2017.12.014. PMID: 29371075.

Snipe, R., Khoo, A., Kitic, C., Gibson, P., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). The impact of exertional-heat stress on gastrointestinal integrity, gastrointestinal symptoms, systemic endotoxin and cytokine profile. Euro.J.Appl.Physiol., 118(2):389-400. (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1007/s00421-017-3781-z. PMID: 29234915.

Miall, A., Khoo, A., Rauch, C., Snipe, R., Camões-Costa, V., Gibson, P., Costa, R.J.S., (2018). Two weeks of repetitive gut-challenge reduces exercise associated gastrointestinal symptoms and malabsorption. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 28:630-640. (Corresponding author). PMID: 28508559. doi: 10.1111/sms.12912.

Snipe, R., Khoo, A., Kitic, C., Gibson, P., Costa, R.J.S., (2017). Carbohydrate and protein intake during exertional-heat stress ameliorates intestinal epithelial injury and small intestine permeability. Appl.Physiol.Nutri.Metab., 42(12):1283-1292. (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1139/apnm-2017-0361. PMID: 28777927.

Costa, R.J.S., Snipe, R., Kitic, C., Gibson, P., (2017). Low-FODMAP diet for exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome - authors' reply" Alim.Therap.Pharmacol., 46(10):1023-1024. doi: 10.1111/apt.14358. PMID: 29052859.

Costa, R.J.S., Snipe, R., Kitic, C., Gibson, P., (2017). Systematic review: Exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome- Implication for health and disease. Alim.Therap.Pharmacol., 46(3):246-265. doi: 10.1111/apt.14157. PMID: 28589631

Costa, R.J.S., Miall, A., Khoo, A., Rauch, C., Snipe, R., Camões-Costa, V., Gibson, P., (2017). Gut-training: The impact of two weeks repetitive gut-challenge during exercise on gastrointestinal status, glucose availability, fuel kinetics, and running performance. Appl.Physiol.Nutri.Metab., 42(5):547-557. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2016-0453. PMID: 28177715.

Gill, S.K., Price, M., Costa, R.J., (2016). Measurement of saliva flow rate in healthy young humans: influence of collection time and mouthrinse water temperature. Eur. J. Oral Sci., 124(5): 447-453. (Corresponding author) doi: 10.1111/eos.12294. PMID: 27671982.

Gill, S.K., Allerton, D.M., Ansley-Robson, P., Hemming, K., Cox, M., & Costa, R.J.S., (2016). Does Acute High Dose Probiotic Supplementation Containing Lactobacillus casei Attenuate Exertional-Heat Stress Induced Endotoxaemia and Cytokinaemia? Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., 26, 268 -275 (Corresponding author). doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2015-0186. PMID: 26568577.

Porter, J., Adderley, M., Bonham, M., Costa, R.J.S., Dart, J., McCaffrey, T. Ryan, L., & Davidson, Z., (2016). The effect of dietary interventions and nutritional supplementation on bone mineral density in otherwise healthy adults with osteopenia:  a systematic review. Nutr. Bulletin, 41: 108-121.

Rama, L., Minuzzi, L.G 1, Carvalho, H.M., Costa, R.J.S., Teixeira, A.M., (2016). Changes of hematological markers during a multi-stage ultra-marathon competition in the heat. Int.J.Sports Med., 37(02): 104-111. doi: 10.1055/s-0035-1555929. PMID: 26509375.

Gill, S.K., Teixeira, A., Rama, L., Rosado, F., Cox, M., & Costa, R.J.S., (2016). High Dose Probiotic Supplementation Containing Lactobacillus casei For Seven-Days Does Not Enhance Salivary Antimicrobial Protein Responses to Exertional-Heat Stress Compared with Placebo. Int.J.Sports.Nutr.Exerc.Metab., 26: 150-160 (Corresponding author). doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2015-0171. PMID: 26479711.

Costa, R.J.S., Snipe, R., Camões-Costa, V., Scheer, B.V., & Murray, A., (2016). The impact of gastrointestinal symptoms and dermatological injuries on nutritional intake and hydration status during ultramarathon events. Sports Medicine - Open, 2(16):1-14. doi 10.1186/s40798-015-0041-9. PMID: 26767151.

Oliver, S.J., Harper Smith, A.D., Costa, R.J.S., Maassen, N., Bilzon, J.L.J., Walsh, N.P., (2015). Two nights of sleep deprivation with or without energy restriction does not impair the thermal response to cold. Euro.J.Appl.Physiol., 115:2059–2068. doi: 10.1007/s00421-015-3184-y. PMID: 25995099.

Gill, S.K., Hankey, J., Wright, A., Marczak, S., Hemming, K., Allerton, D.M., Ansley-Robson, P., Costa, R.J.S. (2015). The Impact of a 24-hour Ultra-Marathon on Circulatory Endotoxin and Cytokine Profile. Int.J.Sports Med., 36: 688-695 (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1055/s-0034-1398535. PMID: 25941924.

Gill, S.K., Teixeira, A., Rama, L., Rosado, F., Hankey, J., Scheer, V., Hemmings, K., Ansley-Robson, P., & Costa, R.J.S., (2015). Circulatory endotoxin concentration and cytokine profile in response to exertional-heat stress during a multi-stage ultra-marathon competition. Exerc.Immunol.Rev., 21:114-128 (Corresponding author). PMID: 25830597

Scheer, B.V., Reljic, D., Murray, A., & Costa, R.J.S., (2014). The enemy of the foot: Blisters in ultra-endurance runners. J.Am.Podiatr.Med.Assoc. 104(5): 473-478. doi: 10.7547/0003-0538-104.5.473. PMID: 25275735.

Costa, R.J.S., Gill, S.K., Hankey, J., Wright, A., & Marczak, S., (2014). Perturbed energy balance and hydration status in ultra-endurance runners during a 24 h ultra-marathon. Br.J.Nutri., 112, 428–437. doi:10.1017/S0007114514000907. PMID:24818799.

Gill, S.K., Teixeira, A., Rosado, F., Hankey, J., Wright, A., Marczak, S., Murray, A., & Costa, R.J.S., (2014). The impact of a 24-hours ultra-marathon on salivary antimicrobial protein responses. Int.J.Sports Med., 35: 966-971 (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1055/s-0033-1358. PMID: 24886918

Costa, R.J.S., Crockford, M.J., Moore, J.P., & Walsh, N.P. (2014). Heat acclimation responses of an ultra-endurance running group preparing for hot desert based competition.  Eur.J.Sport Sci., 14(S1): S131-S141. doi: 10.1080/17461391.2012.660506. PMID: 24444197.

Dempster, S., Britton, R., Murray A., & Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Case study: Nutrition and hydration status during 4254 km of running over 78 consecutive days. Int.J.Sport Nutr.Exerc.Metab., 23(5): 533-541. (Corresponding author). PMID: 23630027.

Gill, S.K., Teixeira, A., Rama, L., Rosado, F., Hankey, J., Scheer, V., Robson-Ansley, R., & Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Salivary anti-microbial protein responses during multi-stage ultra-marathon competition conducted in hot environment conditions. Appl.Physiol.Nutri.Metab., 38: 977–987. (Corresponding author). doi: 10.1139/apnm-2013-0005. PMID: 23905664.

Jones, M., Freeth, E.C., Hennessy-Priest, K., & Costa, R.J.S., (2013). A systematic cross-sectional analysis of British based celebrity chefs’ recipes: is there cause for public health concern? Food and Public Health 2013, 3(2): 100-110 (Corresponding author). doi: 10.5923/fph.20130302.04.

Costa, R.J.S. Swancott, A., Gill, S., Hankey, J., Scheer, V., Murray, A., & Thake, D. (2013). Compromised energy and nutritional intake of ultra-endurance runners during a multi-stage ultra-marathon conducted in a hot ambient environment. Int.J.Sports Sci., 3(2): 51-61. doi:10.5923/j.sports.20130302.03.

Costa, R.J.S., Teixiera, A., Rama, L., Swancott, A., Hardy. L., Lee, B., Camões-Costa, V., Gill, S., Waterman, J., Barrett, E., Freeth, E., Hankey, J., Marczak, S., Valero, E., Scheer, V., Murray, A., & Thake, D. (2013). Water and sodium intake habits and status of ultra-endurance runners during a multi-stage ultra-marathon conducted in a hot ambient environment: An observational study. Nutri.J., 12(13): 1-16. doi: 10.1186/1475-2891-12-13. PMID: 23320854.

Murray, A., & Costa, R.J.S. (2012). Born to run. Studying the limits of human performance. BMC Medicine. 10: 76(1-3). doi: 10.1186/1741-7015-10-76. PMID: 22812408.

Scheer, B.V., Valero-Burgos, E., & Costa, R.J.S. (2012). Myasthenia gravis and endurance exercise. Am.J.Physical Med.Rehab., 91(8): 725-727. doi: 10.1097/PHM.0b013e31824663c6. PMID: 22311063.

Amirabdollahian, F., & Costa, R.J.S. (2012). An innovative approach in supervising undergraduate projects within dietetics and human nutrition courses. Innovative Practice in Higher Education, Vol 1 (2:1-8) April 2012.

Diment, B.C., Fortes, M.B., Greeves, J.P., Casey, A., Costa, R.J.S., Walters, R., & Walsh, N.P. (2012). Effect of daily mixed nutritional supplementation on immune indices in soldiers undertaking an 8-week arduous training programme. Eur.J.Appl.Physiol., 112(4): 1411-1418. doi: 10.1007/s00421-011-2096-8. PMID: 21822678.

Costa, R.J.S., Richardson, K., Fortes, M.B., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2012). The effects of post-exercise feeding on saliva IgA and anti-microbial proteins. Int.J.Sport Nutr.Exerc.Metab., 22(3): 184-191. PMID:22693239.

Costa, R.J.S., Walters, R., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2011). Effects of immediate post-exercise carbohydrate ingestion with and without protein on neutrophil degranulation. Int.J.Sport Nutr.Exerc.Metab, 21(3): 205-213. PMID: 21719901.

Costa, R.J.S., Harper-Smith, A.D., Oliver, S.J., Walters, R., Maassen, N., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2010). The effects of two nights of sleep deprivation with and without energy restriction on selected immune responses at rest and in response to cold exposure. Eur.J.Appl.Physiol, 109(3): 417-428. doi: 10.1007/s00421-010-1378-x. PMID: 20140447.

Oliver, S.J., Costa, R.J.S., Laing, S.J., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2009). One night of sleep deprivation decreases treadmill endurance performance. Eur.J.Appl.Physiol., 107(2): 155-161. doi: 10.1007/s00421-009-1103-9. PMID: 19543909

Costa, R.J.S., Oliver, S.J., Laing, S.J., Walters, R., Williams, S., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2009). Influence of timing of postexercise carbohydrate-protein ingestion on selected immune indices. Int.J.Sport Nutr.Exerc.Metab., 19(4): 366-284. PMID: 19827462.

Costa, R.J.S., Cartner, L., Oliver, S.J., Laing, S.J., Walters, R., Bilzon, J.L.J., & Walsh, N.P. (2008). No effect of a 30 h period of sleep deprivation on selected immune responses to exercise. Eur.J.Appl.Physiol., 105(3): 499-504. doi: 10.1007/s00421-008-0931-3. PMID: 19018559

Costa, R.J.S., Jones, G.E., Lamb, K.L., Coleman, R., & Williams, J.H. (2005). The effects of a high carbohydrate diet on cortisol and salivary immunoglobulin A (s-IgA) during a period of increase exercise workload amongst Olympic and Ironman triathletes. Int.J.Sports Med., 26(10): 880-885. doi: 10.1055/s-2005-837467. PMID: 16320174.


   
      
   
Invited Conference Presentations (Plenary & Keynote)
   

Costa, R.J.S. (2018). Prevention and management strategies for exercise-associated gastrointestinal symptoms. Plenary speaker: 5th International Congress Medicine & Science in Ultra-Endurance Sports + 4th International Congress Ultra-trail Running, Castillon del Plana, Spain.

Costa, R.J.S. (2018). Developing food products to personalize sports nutrition: An academic perspective. Invited Podcast: US Institute of Food Technologists, Chicago, USA.

Costa, R.J.S., (2017). Impact of endurance exercise on gut health: The role of nutrition. Keynote speaker: GastroDiet2017. Prato, Italy.

Costa, R.J.S., (2017). Exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome: The role of nutrition in prevention and management. Keynote speaker: Sports Dietitians Australia Annual Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Costa, R.J.S., (2016). Exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome: The role of nutrition in prevention and management. Plenary speaker: International Congress Medicine & Science in Ultra-Endurance Sports. Chamonix, France.

Costa, R.J.S., (2016). Exertional-heat stress gut perturbations. What are the health implications? Plenary speaker: Monash University FMNHS Translational Research Symposium. Melbourne, Australia.

Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Sports dietetic intervention in unusual sports: The ultra-endurance athlete. Keynote speaker: Sports Dietitians Australia Annual Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Dietary intake during ultra-marathon competition: Strategies to optimise nutrition and hydration status. Plenary speaker: Annual Congress of Nutrition & Health. Dalian, China.

Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Dietary strategies in the management of exercise-induced immune perturbations Plenary speaker: Annual Congress of Immunodisease & Therapy. Dalian, China

Costa, R.J.S., (2013). Achieving the Right Levels of Hydration During Exercise. Plenary speaker: Primary Care 2013, NHS Annual Health Care Professionals Conference. Birmingham, United Kingdom.


   
      
   

 

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