Search results for 'Nutrition' (8)
Dale is currently a postdoctoral research fellow based in the Carnegie School of Sport. Dale's research is part of the Carnegie Adolescent Rugby Research (CARR) project that aims to enhance science and coaching for adolescent rugby players.
Dr Maria Maynard
Dr Maria Maynard is a Reader in Public Health Nutrition. She obtained her BSc (Hons) in Nutrition from King's College, University of London, her PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology from the University of Bristol, and is a Registered Nutritionist (Public Health).
Dr Lauren Duckworth
Dr Lauren Duckworth is the Course Director for the Postgraduate Suite of Sports Science courses and a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition within the School of Sport.
Lauren completed her PhD research at Leeds Beckett University titled, "Dietary Protein Manipulation in Overweight and Obese Adolescents". Funded by Glaxo Smith Kline and supervised by Professor Roderick King and Professor Paul Gately. Lauren previously completed her BSc. (Hons.) in Sports and Exercise Science at Leeds Beckett University and went on to gain an MSc with Distinction in Exercise Physiology at Loughborough University.
Dan is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Development, with a teaching and research focus in community sport development. His work is informed by critical social theory and explores the potential of community-based sport programmes for social change.
Debbie is a lecturer in Applied Sport and Exercise Nutrition. Debbie has developed a successful consultancy portfolio, including nutrition support for Leeds Rhinos, Yorkshire Carnegie and the Amateur Swimming Association. Additionally, Debbie is a National Trainer working on the education team for UK Anti-Doping.
Ursula is a freelance consultant dietitian and senior lecturer in nutrition and dietetics, providing specialist nutritional consultancy to the media, companies and individuals. She has extensive experience in NHS settings, specialist eating disorder services and runs her own private practice.
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.
Professor Pinki Sahota
Pinki Sahota is Professor of Nutrition and Childhood Obesity and a Core Member of the Institute for Health and Wellbeing. Her expertise and research interests include the development, implementation and evaluation of interventions addressing nutrition.