Search results for 'Physical Activity' (10)
Dr Kathryn Curran
Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise and Health and Level 5 leader - Sport, Physical Activity and Health.
Dr Claire Griffiths
Claire joined the Carnegie School of Sport in September 2008 as a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise & Health. Her main research and teaching interests are childhood obesity and physical activity / lifestyle behaviours.
Professor David CarlessDavid is a Professor in Narrative Psychology in the Institute for Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure. His research explores psychological wellbeing, mental health and identity development in physical activity and sport-related contexts.
Dr Andy Pringle
Andy Pringle is a Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health and is the Research and Enterprise Lead for Physical Activity. He performs teaching and research into the effectiveness of physical activity and health interventions with adults and older adults. He was previously a Senior Health Promotion Specialist working in Primary care and Community settings.
Dr Jackie HargreavesJackie is Module Leader for exercise psychology and physical activity modules. She is interested in a number of research areas relating to exercise psychology. Specific interest lies in exploring how physical activity can be beneficial for mental health.
Dr Tom Quarmby
Tom is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education (PE) and Sport Pedagogy. His research explores the role of sport and PE for youth from socially vulnerable backgrounds, specific care experienced children and young people.
Professor Jim McKenna
Jim McKenna is Carnegie Professor of Physical Activity and Health and Head of the Active Lifestyles Research Centre in the Carnegie Faculty.
Dr Zoe Rutherford
Dr Zoe Rutherford was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity, Exercise & Health in September 2013 and became a Principal Lecturer in 2015. Her research is in the applied measurement and promotion of physical activity and health across the lifespan.
Andy is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Behavioural Science. His research focusses on impact and feasibility of physical activity interventions for children and young people.