Cambridge Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences
Our aim is to continue growing an environment which promotes nationally and internationally recognised research.
The Cambridge Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences currently brings together expertise across four of the tenets of exercise sciences: physiology, psychology, biomechanics and coaching/pedagogy. The research interests of our members comes under the banner of Performance and Well-being. Within this contextual frame-work our research is grouped into the following research areas:
We offer our Sport and Exercise Sciences PhD, and a range of innovative research project opportunities for postgraduate researchers.
You can keep up-to-date with our research activities by following us on Twitter.
- Pacing strategies in big-city marathons
- Limitations to maximal oxygen uptake and the incidence of VO2 plateau
- Visual search and anxiety in sport
- Visual impairment and adaptive gait
- Ultra-marathon performance and nutritional aids
- Temporal analysis of lightweight women's judo
- Understanding the coach-athlete relationship
- Movement and biomechanics across the lifespan
- Physical activity promotion and sedentary behaviour reduction in the workplace
- Physical activity promotion and sedentary behaviour reduction in special populations
Our BASES-accredited Sport Science labs are home to the Performance and Exercise Testing Consultancy. In addition to tests for individuals we also offer tailored training and workshops for groups working with professional and semi-professional athletes.
If you would like to find out more about the research services and support available to your organisation, please contact Dr Justin Roberts or Dr Lee Smith.
Dr Dan Gordon
Dr James Johnstone
Dr Charlotte Nevison
Dr Kjell van Paridon
Dr Justin Roberts
Dr Lee Smith
Dr Anna Stodter
Dr Matthew Timmis
Thomas Bates (DProf)