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Steph Hemmings



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Scholarly biography

Steph was awarded her PhD, entitled ‘Physiological Characteristics of the Elite Adolescent Athlete’, from Loughborough University. Prior to this she completed a BSc (First Class Honours) in Sports Science, and subsequently an MSc in Exercise Physiology, both also at Loughborough University. During this time, Steph gained extensive experience in sport science support through physiological testing of elite athletes for various National Governing Bodies of Sport, including the R.F.U., R.F.U.W., Great Britain and Ireland Rugby Football League, U.K. Athletics, and British Triathlon. Following this she joined Queen Mary University London to pursue her interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine where she co-ordinated the MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine. There she gained a Post-Graduate Certificate of Academic Practice, and subsequently left to complete the pre-registration MSc in Physiotherapy at King’s College London with distinction. She has been working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy since graduating and joining the University of Brighton. 

Research interests

Whilst at Queen Mary University London, Steph was involved in research examining the interaction between clinical evidence and clinical reasoning and developing care pathways for a number of musculoskeletal conditions. She has research interests in sports and exercise medicine, health-related fitness and exercise prescription, and paediatric exercise science. 


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