Search results for 'Physiology' (5)
Currently studying a PhD in Sport and Exercise Physiology entitled 'Thermal discomfort during high intensity intermittent activity: effects on thirst, fluid balance and current hydration recommendations'. I am also a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Carnegie Faculty delivering on Physiology related modules within the Sport and Exercise Science course.
Dr Theocharis Ispoglou
Theocharis first joined the University to complete an MSc award. For the period 2001-2005, apart from working on his PhD, Theocharis was employed as part-time lecturer, research and technical support assistant. Since 2005, Theocharis has been employed as full-time academic.
Dr Karen Hind
Dr Hind is an international expert in musculoskeletal health across the lifespan and DXA imaging. Her research in particular explores how various forms and magnitudes of mechanical loading can influence bone across the lifespan.
Dr Kevin Till
Kevin Till is a Senior Lecturer and course leader in Sports Coaching. Kevin's research focuses on talent identification and development, specifically within rugby where he now co-leads the Carnegie Adolescent Rugby Research (CARR) project.