Associate Editor, Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions
Member of Bone Research Society Committee
Member of Physiological Society Membership and Grants Committee
FR. Saunders, JS. Gregory, AV. Pavlova, SG. Muthuri, RJ. Hardy, et al. (2020). Motor development in infancy and spine shape in early old age: Findings from a British birth cohort study. J Orthop Res.
SH. Lüscher, LM. Nocciolino, N. Pilot, L. Pisani, A. Ireland, et al. (2019). Differences in the Cortical Structure of the Whole Fibula and Tibia Between Long-Distance Runners and Untrained Controls. Toward a Wider Conception of the Biomechanical Regulation of Cortical Bone Structure. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 10,
A. Swiecicka, M. Piasecki, DW. Stashuk, A. Ireland, DA. Jones, et al. (2019). Frailty phenotype and frailty index are associated with distinct neuromuscular electrophysiological characteristics in men. Experimental Physiology.
JH. Tobias, A. Sayers, KC. Deere, AEP. Heazell, DA. Lawlor, et al. (2019). Breech presentation is associated with lower adolescent tibial bone strength. Osteoporosis International.
J. Piasecki, A. Ireland, M. Piasecki, K. Deere, K. Hannam, et al. (2019). Comparison of Muscle Function, Bone Mineral Density and Body Composition of Early Starting and Later Starting Older Masters Athletes. Frontiers in Physiology. 10(AUG),
J. Rittweger, A. Ireland, S. Lüscher, LM. Nocciolino, N. Pilot, et al. (2018). Fibula: The Forgotten Bone—May It Provide Some Insight On a Wider Scope for Bone Mechanostat Control?. Current Osteoporosis Reports. 16(6), pp.775-778.
A. Ireland, FR. Saunders, SG. Muthuri, AV. Pavlova, RJ. Hardy, et al. (2018). Age at onset of walking in infancy is associated with hip shape in early old age. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 34(3), pp.455-463.
A. Ireland, SR. Crozier, AEP. Heazell, KA. Ward, KM. Godfrey, et al. (2018). Breech presentation is associated with lower bone mass and area: findings from the Southampton Women's Survey. Osteoporos Int. 29(10), pp.2275-2281.
M. Piasecki, A. Ireland, J. Piasecki, DW. Stashuk, A. Swiecicka, et al. Failure to expand the motor unit size to compensate for declining motor unit numbers distinguishes sarcopenic from non-sarcopenic older men. Journal of Physiology. 596(9), pp.1627-1637.
J. Piasecki, A. Ireland, M. Piasecki, J. Cameron, JS. McPhee, et al. (2018). The strength of weight-bearing bones is similar in amenorrheic and eumenorrheic elite long-distance runners. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 28(5), pp.1559-1568.
NH. Hart, S. Nimphius, T. Rantalainen, AD. Ireland, A. Siafarakis, et al. (2017). Mechanical basis of bone strength: influence of bone material, bone structure and muscle action. The Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions. 17(3), pp.114-139.
AD. Ireland, J. Rittweger (2017). Exercise for osteoporosis: how to navigate between overeagerness and defeatism. The Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions. 17(3), pp.155-161.
K. Hannam, KC. Deere, A. Hartley, EM. Clark, J. Coulson, et al. (2017). A novel accelerometer-based method to describe day-to-day exposure to potentially osteogenic vertical impacts in older adults: findings from a multi-cohort study. Osteoporosis International. 28, pp.1001-1011.
A. Ireland, RF. Capozza, GR. Cointry, L. Nocciolino, JL. Ferretti, et al. Meagre effects of disuse on the human fibula are not explained by bone size or geometry. Osteoporosis International.
GR. Cointry, L. Nocciolino, A. Ireland, NM. Hall, A. Kriechbaumer, et al. (2016). Structural differences in cortical shell properties between upper and lower human fibula as described by pQCT serial scans. A biomechanical interpretation. Bone. 90, pp.185-194.
A. Ireland, A. Sayers, KC. Deere, A. Emond, JH. Tobias (2016). Motor Competence in Early Childhood Is Positively Associated With Bone Strength in Late Adolescence. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 31(5), pp.1089-1098.
AD. Ireland (2016). What is new in neuro-musculoskeletal interactions? From brains to babies. JOURNAL OF MUSCULOSKELETAL & NEURONAL INTERACTIONS. 16(1), pp.1-3.
A. Ireland, H. Degens, N. Maffulli, J. Rittweger (2015). Tennis service stroke benefits humerus bone: is torsion the cause?. Calcif Tissue Int. 97(2), pp.193-198.
A. Ireland, JL. Ferretti, J. Rittweger (2014). Imaging of the Muscle-Bone Relationship. Current Osteoporosis Reports. 12(4), pp.486-495.
A. Ireland, J. Rittweger, E. Schönau, C. Lamberg-Allardt, H. Viljakainen (2014). Time since onset of walking predicts tibial bone strength in early childhood. Bone. 68, pp.76-84.
A. Ireland, J. Rittweger, H. Degens (2014). The Influence of Muscular Action on Bone Strength Via Exercise. Clinical Reviews in Bone and Mineral Metabolism. 12(2), pp.93-102.
A. Ireland, T. Maden-Wilkinson, B. Ganse, H. Degens, J. Rittweger (2014). Effects of age and starting age upon side asymmetry in the arms of veteran tennis players: a cross-sectional study. Osteoporos Int. 25(4), pp.1389-1400.
A. Ireland, T. Maden-Wilkinson, J. McPhee, K. Cooke, M. Narici, et al. (2013). Upper limb muscle-bone asymmetries and bone adaptation in elite youth tennis players. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 45(9), pp.1749-1758.
H. Degens, TM. Maden-Wilkinson, A. Ireland, MT. Korhonen, H. Suominen, et al. (2013). Relationship between ventilatory function and age in master athletes and a sedentary reference population. Age (Dordr). 35(3), pp.1007-1015.
A. Ireland, M. Korhonen, A. Heinonen, H. Suominen, C. Baur, et al. (2011). Side-to-side differences in bone strength in master jumpers and sprinters. J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact. 11(4), pp.298-305.