Senior Lecturer in Physiology, University of Kent

Lex completed his BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at Exeter University and graduated with First Class honours in 2006. He then went on to complete his PhD at Exeter University in 2010. During this time he worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and completed his BASES supervised experience programme in exercise physiology scientific support.

Lex attained his first Lectureship at the University of Bedfordshire in September 2009, and was there for 2 years before joining the University of Kent in 2011. He is currently a Senior Lecturer and Director of Studies for the Sport and Exercise Science Programme. Lex has published extensively in some of the leading sport and exercise science journals and has won external grant income from Maxinutrition, UEFA, The Arthritic Association and East Kent NHS Foundation Trust, totalling over £250,000.

His current research interests are in the role of exercise-induced pain on fatigue and pacing, and the use of self-pacing in testing for maximal oxygen uptake and exercise performance. In his spare time Lex enjoys training for, and competing in triathlon (from sprint to half-ironman distances), is a keen cook and a ‘foodie’!

Experience

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    Lecturer in Physiology, University of Kent