Institute of Sport and Exercise Science MSc Teaching Studentship
Institute of Sport & Exercise Science
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Sarah became a member of staff at the University of Worcester in June 2012 after completing her undergraduate degree at the University in Sport and Exercise Science. Her main passion within Sport Science is physiology and enhancing human performance; it is in these areas that she primarily teaches.
As well as undergoing her Masters in Sports Science and Post-Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Sarah is working towards her British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) supervised experience and is actively involved as Institute and course representative.
Sarah’s key research interests began with her third year undergraduate independent research project where she looked at the effects of physiological manipulation on exercise performance at a fixed rating of perceived exertion. She presented this research at the 2012 BASES national student conference and is now anticipating her first publication. Sarah is keen to carry on researching within this area as well as investigating new and exciting areas within Sports Science.
BSc Sport & Exercise Science
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- Professional and Research Interests
Professional and Research Interests
Improving human performance
The regulation of work rate
Sports Nutrition: Supplementation to improve performance
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- Publications / Conference Proceedings
Publications / Conference Proceedings
Browne, S. (2012) Exercise performance and neuromuscular activity at a fixed level of RPE following manipulation of peripheral physiological status. BASES Student Conference, London, United Kingdom.