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Post Nominals FHEA, CSCS
Biography I am a Lecturer in Biomechanics and Strength and Conditioning in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences.

I completed both my BSc (Hons) in Sport Science (Biomechanics) (2005) and MSc in Sports Biomechanics (2008) at Liverpool John Moores University.

Outside academia I worked in occupational healthcare for two years and spent a year at the University of Kent as an Enterprise Officer.

I moved to Hull in 2013, as the Biomechanics Laboratory Technician, alongside completing a Ph.D. and gaining my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist status.

Following completion of the Ph.D. in 2020, I undertook a lecturing role at Nottingham Trent University in Sport Engineering (2021 - 2023).
Research Interests My research is based on human movement in clinical and sporting populations.

My Ph.D. had a particular focus on the human-robot interaction, between robotic exoskeletons and users with neurological movement disorders, specifically individuals with a spinal cord injury.

My other focus is on the use of artificial intelligence tools to process and interpret raw biomechanics movement data from wearable/remote sensors.

I also have interests in the impact of functional mobility to improve performance of athletes during and after competition.
Teaching and Learning I am the Programme Director for the Sport and Exercise Science programme
Scopus Author ID 57202775426