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:
You can keep up-to-date with our research activities by following us on Twitter.
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.
Thomas Bates (DProf)
We've responded to the coronavirus pandemic by leading research projects into health, wellbeing and interventions. Read more about the work of our Covid-19 Research Group.
Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health at ARU, Dr Lee Smith, has been leading research on COVID-19's impact on behaviour and mental health. Read more about Dr Smith's COVID-19 and wellbeing research group.