Technician Demonstrator (Physiology)
Telephone number: 029 2041 6593
Jack joined the Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences as a Physiology Technician Demonstrator in 2017 and will enrol as a part-time PhD student in the near future.
Jack graduated from BSc Sport and Exercise Sciences at Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2015 and will graduate with an MSc degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences at the same institution in 2017. As a Technician Demonstrator, Jack's roles include the daily running of the Physiology laboratories, assisting in the delivery of laboratory practicals to students and overseeing student and staff research projects.
Research / Publications
Jack's primary research interests are the influence of ageing and exercise training on the cardiovascular system at rest and during exercise. Jack's MSc thesis focused on how healthy ageing affected the function of the common carotid artery during incremental cycling exercise.
Talbot, J, S., Lord, R., Wakeham, D, J., Dawkins, T, G., Shave, R. and Pugh, C, J, A (2017). The Effect of Age on Arterial Wall Mechanics during Incremental Exercise. Accepted for presentation to the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) Student Conference 2017, University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth, England. April 2017.
Qualifications and Awards
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, Cardiff Metropolitan University
British Association of Sport and Exercise Science student conference postgraduate poster award 2017.
CYQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing
UKCC Level 1 Rugby Union Coaching