Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology, University of East London

Andy Galbraith attained his first degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Sports Science at St Mary's University in 2002. He then completed an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science at Roehampton University. Andy's PhD, which he completed at the University of Kent, investigated the physiology of endurance running performance.

Andy joined the University of East London in August 2015, having previously worked the University of Kent from 2005-2015. His main research interests are in endurance performance, primarily focusing on Critical Speed and the use of the distance-time relationship in endurance training and performance. Andy is a keen runner and provides physiological support to a range of athletes, predominately endurance runners, from a recreational level to international standard.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Senior Lecturer, University of East London
  • 2005–2015
    Senior Technician & Lecturer, University of Kent

Education

  • 2015 
    University of Kent, PhD
  • 2009 
    Roehampton University, MSc Sport & Exercise Science
  • 2002 
    St Marys University, BSc Sports Rehabilitation with Sports Science

Publications

  • 2015
    Modeling Intermittent Running from a Single-visit Field Test, International Journal of Sports Medicine
  • 2014
    A Single-Visit Field Test of Critical Speed, International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • 2014
    A 1-Year Study of Endurance Runners: Training, Laboratory Tests, and Field Tests, International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • 2011
    A Novel Field Test to Determine Critical Speed, Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies
  • 2009
    Effect of the Rotor crank system on cycling performance, Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
  • 2009
    Familiarisation and reliability of sprint test indices during laboratory and field assessment, Journal of Sports Science and Medicine