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Professor, Applied Physiology, Liverpool John Moores University

Neil’s team at Liverpool John Moores University has produced leading research on strategies to maintain health and physical performance of soldiers and athletes. This work has influenced UK military policy by showing the benefits of preventing nutritional deficits in soldiers for health and physical performance. Neil has published widely in international journals, co-authored a textbook in Exercise Immunology and either led or co-authored several consensus statements (e.g., sleep and the athlete, exercise and immunonutrition and dietary supplements and the high performance athlete). He currently serves on the editorial board of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise and Exercise Immunology Review.


  • 2000–2015
    Prof Physiology, Bangor University