My background is in Sport & Exercise Sciences, where I completed my Sports Science BSc (2012 - 2015) and Sport & Exercise Science MSc (2015 - 2016) at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge.
Following this, I worked at Addenbrookes hospital’s Institute of Metabolic Science (IMS), in Epidemiology for the University of Cambridge (UoC) (2016 - 2018). In this role I supported the completion of large scale research projects for the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the University of Cambridge.
I left the MRC Epidemiology Unit to pursue a doctorate, where I was awarded the Vice Chancellor Scholarship fund. During this time, I achieved the Higher Education Academy (HEA) Associate Fellows and became an Associate Lecturer in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition for the School of Psychology and Sports Science, at Anglia Ruskin University.
After successfully completed and being awarded my Ph.D in Exercise Physiology and Genetics (2018 - 2021), I am now a Lecturer at the University of Essex (UoE) in Sports and Exercise Science for School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences (SRES).
Lecturer, University of Essex (UoE)
Associate lecturer in Sports nutrition and exercise physiology , Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
PAL leader for Research Methods, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
MRC Epidemiology Unit Research Laboratory Technician , University of Cambridge NHS Trust at Addenbrooke’s hospital
Anglia Ruskin University, Doctor of philosophy (PhD)
Advances HE, Associate Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
Anglia Ruskin University, Sport & Exercise Science (MSc)
Anglia Ruskin University, Sport Science (BSc)
Exercise Induced Muscle Damage (EIMD) – can anti-inflammatory nutrients help?,
How your genes influence whether a certain type of exercise works for you – new research,
Do exercise-associated genes explain phenotypic variance in the three components of fitness? a systematic review & meta-analysis. ,
Does Protein Supplementation Support Adaptations to Arduous Concurrent Exercise Training? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis with Military Based Applications.,
Nutritional supplements to reduce muscle damage and enhance athlete recovery. ,
Quantifying the effects of four weeks of low-volume high-intensity sprint interval training on V̇O2max through assessment of hemodynamics. ,
The Effects Of 4-weeks Hiit And Continuous Based Training On The Incidence Of Plateau At Vo2max And The Anaerobic Capacity.,
Understanding the female judoka’s “coach–athlete” relationship: a British perspective. ,