Dr Caroline Dodd-Reynolds
Caroline joined the School of Applied Social Sciences at Durham University in August 2014. She was previously employed by Northumbria University (2004-2014) as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and ultimately Principal Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes within the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation. She has a BSc. in Human Biology with Philosophy from the University of Hertfordshire, MSc. in Sport, Health and Exercise from Staffordshire University and was awarded her PhD in 2005 from the University of Exeter. During her time at Exeter, Caroline was based in the Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre, where her doctoral research into energy intake and appetite responses to exercise in girls was supervised by Dr Joanne Welsman and Professor Neil Armstrong.
Caroline is interested in energy regulation and weight management from both physical activity and dietary perspectives, in particular the interaction of these key factors. Her research follows two themes: firstly the relationship between exercise-induced energy expenditure, energy intake and appetite parameters in children and adolescents, and secondly robust development and evaluation of regional physical activity and health improvement programmes. Her work has been published in a number of key academic journals and she has presented findings at both national and international conferences.
Caroline is a member of the Association for the Study of Obesity, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences and is an Associate Member of the North-East UKCRC virtual research centre ‘Fuse’ (the Centre for Translational Research into Public Health), where she sits on the physical activity working group.
- Dodd-Reynolds, C. J. (2011). Rank Prize Fund vacation studentship for the ‘Student Lifestyle Study’
- Colmer, S., Lewis, M., Allin, L., O’Brien, K., & Dodd, C. J., (2009-2013) Durham & Chester-Le-Street Lifestyle Initiative ‘Lifestyle Change’ Pilot
- Defeyter, M., Russo, R., and Dodd, C. J. (2009). The effects of breakfast club attendance on cognitive, social, and healthy eating in school aged children (PhD studentship)
- Allin, L., and Dodd C.J. (2008) Family Initiative Supporting Children’s Health (FISCH): evaluation of 20-week pilot programme
- Morris, A., Cramb, R. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2017). Food intake and appetite following school-based high-intensity interval training in 9–11-year-old children. Journal of Sports Sciences 1-7.
- Dodd-Reynolds, C.J., Asenlof, P. & Hellstrom, K. (2017). Guest Editorial: Special Issue Physical Activity and Health Physical Therapy Reviews. Physical Therapy Reviews
- Allsop, S., Green, B.P., Dodd-Reynolds, C.J., Barry, G. & Rumbold, P.L.S. (2016). Comparison of short-term energy intake and appetite responses to active and seated video gaming, in 8 to 11 year-old boys. British Journal of Nutrition 115(06): 1117-1125.
- Oliver, E.J., Hanson, C.L., Lindsey, I.A. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2016). Exercise on referral: Evidence and complexity at the nexus of public health and sport policy. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 8(4): 731-736.
- Kelly, M., Rae, G., Walker, D., Partington, S., Dodd-Reynolds C.J. & Caplin, N. (2016). Retrospective cohort study of the South Tyneside Exercise Referral Scheme 2009–14: Predictors of dropout and barriers to adherence. Journal of Public Health
- Allsop, S., Dodd-Reynolds, C.J., Green, B.P., Debuse, D. & Rumbold, P.L.S. (2015). Acute effects of active gaming on ad libitum energy intake and appetite sensations of 8–11-year-old boys. British Journal of Nutrition 114(12): 2148-2155.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. & Stevenson, E. (2013). Agreement between paper and pen visual analogue scales and a wristwatch-based electronic appetite rating system (PRO-Diary), for continuous monitoring of free-living subjective appetite sensations in 7–10 year old children. Appetite 69(1): 180-185.
- Hanson, C.L., Ellis, J.G., Allin, L.J. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2013). An evaluation of the efficacy of the exercise on referral scheme in Northumberland, UK: association with physical activity and predictors of engagement. A naturalistic observation study. BMJ Open 3(8): e002849.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., St Clair Gibson, A., Stevenson, E., King, J., Stensel, D. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2013). Influence of netball-based exercise on energy intake, subjective appetite and plasma acylated ghrelin in adolescent girls. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38(8): 854-861.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. & Stevenson, E. (2013). Informing Primary School Nutritional Policy: Effects of Mid-Morning Snacks on Appetite and Energy Control. Food and Nutrition Sciences 4(5): 529-537.
- Allsop, S., Dodd-Reynolds, C., Debuse, D. & Rumbold, P. (2013). Real Life Active Gaming Practices of 7-to-11 Year-Old Children. Games for Health Journal 2(6): 347-353.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., St Clair Gibson, A., Stevenson, E.J., King, J.A., Stensel, D.J. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2013). Reply to Discussion of "Influence of netball-based exercise on energy intake, subjective appetite and plasma acylated ghrelin in adolescent girls". Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38(11): 1171-1172.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., St Clair Gibson, A., Stevenson, E. & 8Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2011). Agreement between two methods of dietary data collection in female, adolescent netball players. Appetite 56(2): 443-447.
- Rumbold, P.L.S., St Clair Gibson, A., Allsop, S., Stevenson, E. & Dodd-Reynolds, C.J. (2011). Energy intake and appetite following netball exercise over 5 days in trained 13–15 year old girls. Appetite 56: 621-628.
- Dodd, C.J., Welsman, J.R. & Armstrong, N. (2008). Energy intake and appetite following exercise in lean and overweight girls. Appetite 51(3): 428-488.
Indicators of Esteem
- 2012: External Examiner:
- 2008-2012 University of Wolverhampton: Programme Examiner for BSc (Hons) Physical Activity, Exercise and Health
- 2007-2011 University of Abertay: Programme Examiner for BA (Hons) Sport and Management, BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Nutrition, and BSc (Hons) Sport and Psychology; Subject Examiner for Sport Sciences
- Working Groups:
- Fuse’ Physical Activity Working Group
- Energy and appetite regulation in children and adolescents
- Active gaming, as a tool to reduce sedentary behaviour and potentially mediate food intake
- Efficacy of exercise on referral schemes
- Efficacy of exercise on referral schemes
- Dietary and physical activity changes during transitional life stages (eg University students)
- Sport, Health and Policy
- Nutrition for sport, exercise and health
- Paediatric exercise physiology
- Physical activity and health
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