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Nick Tiller (MRes, Ph.D.) is a researcher at the Institute of Respiratory Medicine & Exercise Physiology at Harbor-UCLA, and a board member of the Pulmonary Education and Research Foundation (PERF). He is an author, science writer, and skeptical activist. Nick was born in London, England, and now resides in Los Angeles, CA. 

ABOUT
 

Science. Fiction

HYBRIDS, book I is a cerebral cyberpunk thriller that tells the story of a new frontier for the human race, and the man who holds the key to its survival. In the year 2218, mankind has colonized Mars with four expansive cities. Maxwell Tanner, an insomniac and technophobe, laments his monotonous existence until a seemingly random attempt on his life turns his world upside down. Pursuing his would-be killer, Tanner is drawn into the city’s dark underbelly where becomes the centre of a diabolical plot against the human genus. Surrounded by physically-augmented mercenaries and powerful oligarchs who need him silenced, courting murder and espionage at every turn, Tanner stays ahead of his enemies using skills and tenacity he didn’t know he had. Can he win the race to unmask the assassin and expose the biggest conspiracy in recorded history, or will Tanner be swallowed-up by an unforgiving city that’s unable to reconcile its love for science and its hate for mankind?

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BOOKS

Join the FIGHT against PSEUDOSCIENCE in sport!

Misinformation and bad science are pervasive in modern society. This informative and accessible volume champions science, skepticism, and critical-thinking in the sports industry, and scrutinizes the most popular sports products and practices on the market. The Skeptic's Guide to Sports Science is a must-read for exercisers, athletes, academics, students, and practitioners who hope to retain their intellectual integrity in a lucrative health & fitness industry that is spiraling out-of-control.

POPULAR SCIENCE
SCIENCE-FICTION
 
RESEARCH
FEATURED PUBLICATIONS
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Tiller NB, Elliott-Sale KJ, Knechtle B, Wilson PB, Roberts JD, Millet GY. (2021). Do sex differences in physiology confer a female advantage in ultra-endurance sport? Sports Medicine; 51(5), 895-915.

Tiller NB, Turner LA, Hart J, Casaburi R. (2020). Airflow dynamics and exhaled-breath temperature following cold-water ingestion. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology; 284, 1-6.

 

Callender NA, Hart PW, Ramchandani GM, Chaggar PS, Porter AJ, Billington CP, Tiller NB (2020). The exercise pressor response to indoor rock climbing. Journal of Applied Physiology; 129(2), 404-409.

Tiller NB, Stewart GM, Illidi CR, Levine BD. (2020). Exercise is medicine? Cardiorespiratory implications of ultra-marathon running. Current Sports Medicine Reports; 19(8), 290-297. Invited review

Tiller NB, Campbell IG, Romer LM. (2019). Mechanical-ventilatory responses to peak and ventilation-matched upper- versus lower-body exercise in normal subjects. Experimental Physiology; 104, 920-931.

Tiller NB, Roberts JD, Beasley L, Chapman S, Pinto JM, et al. (2019). International Society of Sports Nutrition Position Stand: nutritional considerations for single-stage ultra-marathon training and racing. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition; 16(1), 50. ~30 k accesses

Tiller NB, Campbell IG, Romer LM. (2017). Influence of upper-body exercise on the fatigability of human respiratory muscles. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; 49(7), 1461-1472.

FEATURED ABSTRACTS
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Tiller NB, Rossiter H, Abbasi A, Kinninger A, Budoff M, Casaburi R, Adami A. (2020). Relationships among muscle oxidative capacity, coronary artery calcium, and hepatic steatosis in COPD. European Respiratory Society annual congress (Vienna, Austria), European Respiratory Journal: Sept 2020 - Volume 56 - Issue 64.

Tiller NB, Turner LA, Hart J. (2020). Exhaled-breath temperature and spirometer airflow dynamics following cold-water ingestion in healthy subjects. American College of Sports Medicine annual congress (San Francisco, CA),  Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: July 2020 - Volume 52 - Issue 7S - p 806.

Stewart GM, Fermoyle CC, Wheatley-Guy CM, Robach P, Constantini K, Tiller NB et al. (2020). Extravascular lung water and lung diffusing capacity in response to ultra-endurance exercise performed at moderate altitudeAmerican College of Sports Medicine annual congress (San Francisco, CA), Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: July 2020 - Volume 52 - Issue 7S - p 774.

Tiller NB, Turner LA, Taylor BJ. (2019). Alterations in pulmonary and respiratory muscle function in response to 10 marathons in 10 daysAmerican College of Sports Medicine annual congress (Orlando, FL), Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: May 2018 - Volume 50 - Issue 5S - p 122.

Tiller NB, Chiesa SC, Roberts JD, Turner LM, Jones S, Romer LM. (2019). Integrative physiological responses to a 25-day ultra-endurance exercise challengeAmerican College of Sports Medicine annual congress (Orlando, FL), Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: June 2019 - Volume 51 - Issue 6S - p 254-255.

Tiller NB, Campbell IG, Romer LM. (2016). Expiratory muscle fatigue following upper-body exercise in healthy humans. Proceedings of the Physiological Society 35 (Nottingham, UK, The Biomedical Basis of Elite Performance: March 2016 - PC60.

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MEDIA

FEATURED WRITING

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FEATURED INTERVIEWS/PODCASTS

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‘How to be a skeptic in sports science’

The Koopcast

‘The Skeptic’s Guide to Sports Science’

That Triathlon Show

 

Ultra-marathon nutrition for training and racing

The KoopCast

 

‘Physiological responses to a 24-hour cycling challenge’

Global Cycling Network

 

The extreme challenges of ultra-marathons

Inside Science

 

Nutritional considerations for single-stage ultra-marathon training and racing

We Do Science

CONSULTANT

‘Red Bull: The physiology of an elite climber’

Pioneer Television

 

‘Nina and the Neurons’

BBC Television

 

‘Pumping-Up’

BBC Television

 

‘Fitness for motor-racing’

Eurosport Television

 

‘The Human Body’

BBC Television

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CONTACT

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For media/press enquiries, please contact Nick via email or social media

nbtiller@hotmail.com    |    Los Angeles, CA