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About Me

Sport and Exercise Scientist

​I am a Sport and Exercise Science PhD research student at Kingston University London, and am passionate about Sport, Exercise and Health Science. I currently teach science and am a qualified sports coach, with experience in coaching and supporting both children and adults, across a range of different sport, health and fitness activities. My specialism is Exercise Physiology, applied to a range of different sports, including ultra-endurance events. 


  • BSc Sport and Exercise Science - The University of Gloucestershire

    • ​Dissertation: Creatine Supplementation and Multiple-Sprint Performance in Squash Players​
      • Environmental Physiology

      • Exercise Biochemistry

      • Exercise and Cardiac Rehabilitation

      • Dietetics and Health

  • MSc Sport and Health Science - The University of Exeter

    • Dissertation: PAP & Complex Training in Squash Players​

      • Biomechanical Aspects of Lower-Limb Injury

      • Physical Activity in The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease

  • PhD Student: Sport and Exercise Science: Kingston University London

    • Thesis: Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism: Exercise, Inflammation and Cardiovascular Risk

      • Multiple Sprint Exercise​

      • Strength Training

      • Muscle Damage and Inflammation

      • Lifestyle Intervention

  • PGCE with QTS - Science Teacher - Kingston University London

    • Biology Specialism​


Fundraising for Research

Raising £1192 for Parkinson's Research UK by running 7 marathons in 7 days in Qatar.

With thanks to all those who donated, money raised helped support research for a novel method enabling researchers to use patient tissue (instead of artificial models), to help identify which medical treatments to use for different patients, based on the mechanisms which caused individual strain of Parkinson's.

This will change the future of treatments to adapt the medicine to a patient's biomarker, which can also help with protective medicine earlier on in the development in the disease, to slow down or even stop the progression of the disease.

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