As an exercise physiologist that has research interests in health, disease and sport performance, I deliver a range of Sport and Exercise Science modules. I have particular interests in the prevention of cardiovascular disease, new non-invasive assessments of vascular function, and gaining a better understanding of blood flow and oxygen changes in high level rock climbers.
Higher Education Academy Senior Fellow
£2,000 University of Canterbury Travel Award, 2013
£15,000 – University of Canterbury International Doctoral Scholarship 2010
British Association of Sport and Exercise Scientists
British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine
American College of Sport Medicine
International Rock Climbing Research Association- Founding Member
As a Senior Fellow of the HEA I am involved in research informed teaching across a range of Sport and Exercise Science modules. Mainly exercise physiology and research methods.
Simon’s research interests lie in helping to better understand the human body with respect to health, disease and exercise.
Macro and micro vascular function: Please see ResearchGate for current list of publications: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Simon_Fryer
Academic Link Tutor for FdA in Outdoor Development and Leadership – Gloucester College
Rock climbing performance
FdA Sport and Exercise Science at Leicester College (De Montford University) BSc Exercise, Physical Activity and Health at Salford University