Ian completed a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at Kingston University in 2006 and an MSc in Applied Sports Performance at the University of Portsmouth in 2008. While studying for his MSc he undertook a sport science internship at a professional football club and supported undergraduate physiology laboratory practicals. Ian was successful at submitting his MSc dissertation research project for publication (see below).
Prior to arriving at St Mary’s, Ian worked at Middlesex University as a Technical Tutor where he undertook technical duties and responsible for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate exercise physiology practical’s. While at Middlesex University he also provided support in a number of sports including football, rugby, fencing and tennis. After returning from Australia where he gained considerable experience at a variety of institutes and sports clubs he started working at St Mary’s in September 2013.
His role consists of providing technical support within the School of Health and Applied Science (SHAS) and providing physiological support (laboratory and field) within the Centre for Health, Applied Sport and Exercise Science (CHASES).
Ian is currently on the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) supervised experience programme for accreditation and is ISAK level 1 accredited. He aims to further develop his career in applied sport and exercise support and research
- Lomax, M., Grant, I. and Corbett, J (2011). Inspiratory muscle warm-up and inspiratory muscle training: separate and combined effects on intermittent running to exhaustion. Journal of Sports Science, 29 (6), 563-569.