School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences
James is a senior lecturer in sport science and performance. He graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2004 with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science. Following graduation, he briefly worked as a cardiac technician at St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, before joining the University of Southampton as a sports science technician. During his time at Southampton University, James completed a part-time MSc in Sports Performance (2008). In 2010, James joined the University of Winchester as a sport science technician and teaching assistant. In 2013, James completed a PGCL&T in HE and became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
James moved to Solent University in 2014 as a technician instructor and, as the BASES laboratory director, was responsible for the day-to-day running of the sports science laboratories. In 2018, he joined the academic team as a senior lecturer in sport science and performance and primarily teaches sport and exercise physiology. Since 2014, James has been studying for his PhD, which aims to investigate the reliability and validity of a novel all-out cycling testing protocol to estimate critical power.
James is a BASES-accredited sport and exercise scientist and has experience of providing sports science support to amateur and professional athletes/teams.
2018-present: Senior Lecturer (Physiology) - Solent University.
2014-18: Technician Instructor (Physiology and Biomechanics) - Solent University.
2010-14: Associate Lecturer (Physiology), University of Winchester.