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Sport Research Seminar Series success

Academics and PhD students came together for the latest seminar in the Sport Research Seminar Series. The aim of the seminars is to provide a platform for staff and students to share knowledge and ideas.

Dr James Malone’s talk on Perspectives of applied collaborative sport science research within professional team sports has recently been published in the European Journal of Sports Sciences and discussed current barriers and outcomes relating to research collaborations within professional team sports.

Dr James Roberts discussed some of his latest work relating to how vision can effect sport and movement performance, with recent work published in the Science and Medicine in Football journal.

PhD student Mr Richie Goulding presented data from his final PhD studies relating to oxygen update kinetics and exercise tolerance in type 1 diabetics, which has practical relevance for those who suffer from the condition and helps to understand the mechanisms associated with type 1 diabetes.

Dr James Malone, who organises the research seminar series, said: “The sport research seminars are a great chance for both academic staff and PhD students to showcase their latest work to their fellow peers for both feedback and knowledge sharing.

“We also invited our new Sport and Exercise Science MRes students, which helps to create a strong postgraduate research environment within the sport-related degrees across the School of Health Sciences.”


Published on 26/11/2018