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Biography

Adrian has been a member of the sport and exercise science programme team within the Department of Sport and Physical Activity since October 2012. He was previously a lecturer at the University of Hull at which he completed his PhD in exercise physiology. He currently leads BSc Sport and Exercise Science modules in exercise and health and in clinical exercise physiology. In addition to his academic qualifications in sport and exercise science, Adrian holds a number of vocational qualifications in health and fitness. He is the Designated Individual for human tissue compliance within the University, and sits on the central university ethics committee.

Research interests

Adrian’s is probably best known for his research into the measurement and development of cardiorespiratory fitness. He also has a strong interest in factors that explain exercise tolerance during maximal exercise. His current research focuses on exercise testing and prescription in clinical populations, such as those with head and neck cancer, cardiac disease, and pulmonary disease. Adrian is currently collaborating with Prof Simon Rogers at Aintree University Hospital and Dr Bashir Matata at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital on this research. Adrian also has a long-term research collaboration with Dr Felipe da Cunha at the Rio de Janeiro State University investigating post-exercise hypotension and the application of the American College of Sports Medicine metabolic equations.

Education/Academic qualification

Exercise physiology, PhD, University of Hull

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