Matteo Fiorenza is defending his PhD thesis: Physiological mechanisms underlying performance- and health-enhancing effects of high-intensity exercise training in human skeletal muscle - Insights into mitochondrial adaptive responses
Casper Skovgaard is defending his PhD thesis: Intense training as a means to improve running performance in trained runners and the adaption of muscle tissue. The intense exercise response as well as the effect of 40 and 120 days of low-frequency intense training, 40 days of high-frequency intense training, tapering and repeated intense training interventions.
Thomas Rostgaard Andersen is defending his PhD thesis: Recreational Football in Veteran Football Players, Untrained Old Men and Men with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus – Activity Profile, Physiological Response, and Effects of a Life-long Physically Active Lifestyle and Supervised Training
Jakob Friis Schmidt is defending his PhD thesis: Cardiovascular adaptations to recreational football training in men with type 2 diabetes, untrained elderly men and in men with prostate cancer receiving androgen deprivation therapy
Michael Permin Nyberg is defending his PhD thesis: Vascular function and regulation of blood flow in resting and contracting skeletal muscle. Insight from essential hypertension, aging, and physical activity.
Thomas P. Gunnarsson is defending his PhD thesis: Effects of intensified training on muscle ion transport proteins and kinetics in relation to fatigue development and performance of endurance athletes and soccer players