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Research interests

Sam is a full time PhD student, and a member of the Centre for Health, Injury & Illness in Sport (CHi2PS) and the UK Collaboration Centre on Injury and Illness Prevention in Sport (UKCCIIS) at the University of Bath. His research is primarily focused on head acceleration event exposure in elite Men's Rugby Union training.

Other responsibilities

Sam is also a research assistant on the Professional Rugby Injury Surveillance Project (PRISP), which annually reports injury patterns and trends overtime in English Premiership clubs and England senior team.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Accelerating Our Understanding: Utilising Head Acceleration Data to Assess Relations Between Quantified Contact Loads and Total Mood Disturbance in Elite Rugby Union Athletes, Loughborough University

1 Sept 20181 Jun 2022

Award Date: 21 Jul 2022

Keywords

  • QP Physiology
  • Injury Prevention
  • Health
  • Sport

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