Dr Matthew J Maley
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
Dr Matthew Maley is a research fellow at Queensland University of Technology, Australia, working on a number projects within the area of thermoregulation and exercise physiology.
Previously, Matthew worked at the University of Wolverhampton as a lecturer in exercise and health. Dr Maley completed his PhD at the University of Portsmouth (UK) within the area of applied physiology. Devising experiments ranging from local extremity cooling to local delivery of vasoactive drugs he has published four original research articles in internationally recognised journals from his PhD.
Matthew’s current research interests focus around at-risk groups (e.g. elderly, diabetics, occupational workers in the heat) and their responses to exercise and/or environmental extremes (e.g. heat, cold, hypoxia).
Human Movement and Sports Science
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
Professional memberships and associations
- Maley M, Minett G, Bach A, Zietek S, Stewart K, Stewart I, (2018) Internal and external cooling methods and their effect on body temperature, thermal perception and dexterity, PLoS One, 13 (1) p1
- Maley M, Costello J, Borg D, Bach A, Hunt A, Stewart I, (2017) An overt chemical protective garment reduces thermal strain compared with a covert garment in warm-wet but not hot-dry environments, Frontiers in Physiology, 8 () p1
- Maley M, House J, Tipton M, Eglin C, (2017) Role of cyclooxygenase in the vascular response to locally delivered acetylcholine in Caucasian and African descent individuals, Microvascular Research, 111 () p80
- Maley M, House J, Tipton M, Eglin C, (2017) Role of cyclooxygenase in the vascular responses to extremity cooling in Caucasian and African males, Experimental Physiology, 102 (7) p854
- Moreira D, Costello J, Brito C, Adamczyk J, Ammer K, Bach A, Maley M, other a, (2017) Thermographic imaging in sports and exercise medicine: A Delphi study and consensus statement on the measurement of human skin temperature, Journal of Thermal Biology, 69 () p155
- Maley M, House J, Tipton M, Eglin C, (2015) Vascular responses of the extremities to transdermal application of vasoactive agents in Caucasian and African descent individuals, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115 (8) p1801
- Maley M, Eglin C, House J, Tipton M, (2014) The effect of ethnicity on the vascular responses to cold exposure of the extremities, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (11) p2369