2008 to present: Senior lecturer (research methods and physiology) – Southampton Solent University.
2007 to 2006: Laboratory demonstrator (sports science) – Thames Valley University.
2006 to 2007: Laboratory demonstrator (sports science) – London Metropolitan University.
2005 to 2006: Associate lecturer (physiology) – Queen Mary’s University London.
2003 to 2005: Associate lecturer (physiology and research methods) – University of Winchester.
Mola, J., Bruce-Low, S. and Burnet, S. (2014). 'Postactivation Potentiation in Professional Soccer Players: Optimal Recovery Time'. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(6), 1529-1537.
Bruce-Low, S.S., Burnet S., Arber K., Price, D., Webster L., Stopforth M. (2013). 'Interactive Mobile Learning: A Pilot Study of a new approach for Sport Science and Medical undergraduate Students'. Advances in Physiology Education, 37(4), 292-297.
Bruce-Low, S., Smith, D., Burnet, S., Fisher, J., Bissell, G. and Webster, L. (2012). 'One lumbar extension training session per week is sufficient for optimal strength gains and reductions in low back pain in chronic participants'. Ergonomics (in print).
Burnet, S., Bruce-Low, S and Forrester, C. (2011). 'Validation of an Information Literacy Skills Test for Sport and Exercise Science Students'. Presented at The Annual Conference of the British Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Essex, Colchester, 5-7 September.
Bruce-Low, S. and Burnet, S. (2010). 'Lumbar strength training and the prevention of lower back pain'. Presented at The Annual Conference of the British Association of Sport Exercise Sciences, University of Glasgow, Glasgow 6 – 8 September.
Slee, A., O’Driscoll, J.,Burnet, S., Hughes, G. and Chen, M. (2009). 'Effect of Paleolithic dietary intervention on body composition and blood pressure'. Presented at The Annual Conference of the British Association of Sport Exercise Sciences, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds 1–3 September.