Staff Profiles: Exercise, Fitness and Health

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Dr. John K. Parker

Dr. John K. Parker

Academic Course Leader BSc Sport and Exercise Sciences and Senior Lecturer Sport and Exercise Psychology

Sport and Exercise

I have been at the University of Gloucestershire since 2006. My teaching commitments include the delivery of modules that focus on all aspects of sport psychology, motor learning, and exercise and mental health.

Dr. Meghan Brown

Dr. Meghan Brown

Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition

Sport and Exercise

I have always been interested in how our health and wellbeing is influenced by what we eat and drink.

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Dr. Natalie Campbell

Senior Lecturer

Sport and Exercise

I have worked in education, grassroots physical activity and elite sport for the last 10 years and have a huge passion for inclusion, wellbeing and people development.

Daniel Cowen

Daniel Cowen

Lecturer in Sport, Fitness and Physical Activity

Sport and Exercise

I’m interested in sport and exercise and enjoy linking contemporary research on health and fitness to a practical environment. I’m always trying to gain a better understand the human body with respect to health, exercise and performance.

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Dr. Simon Fryer

Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology, Laboratories Director

Sport and Exercise

I am interested in sport and exercise physiology with a specialist interest in blood flow and vascular function for performance, health and disease.

Dr. Stephen How

Dr. Stephen How

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology

Sport and Exercise

I joined the University of Gloucestershire in 2007 after undertaking PhD research at Brunel University. I teach sport and exercise physiology on a range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Dr. Emily Ryall

Dr. Emily Ryall

Senior Lecturer in the Philosophy of Sport and Exercise

Sport and Exercise

I love thinking deeply about sport and so am honoured to be able to share my passion teaching. There's always lots of interesting philosophical questions about sport, e.g. should drugs ever be allowed?

Mark Tabrett

Mark Tabrett

Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology

Sport and Exercise

I have a life long passion for sport and exercise, particularly in football, badminton, rugby and training. This has lead to an interest in how the body works and adapts to these stresses and strains we place on it.