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David holds a BSc Hons degree in Sport and Exercise Science which he gained in 2008 from Canterbury Christ Church University. During his time at Canterbury David had the opportunity to become part of the Sports Science Laboratory Team as a Junior Technician where he assisted in several research studies. After 2008 he worked for one year in a further education college in Kent and gained a PGCE. Up until August 2015 David worked as the Senior Sport and Exercise Science Technician at a college in west London where he helped to develop a sports science support network for the college’s academy athletes and coaching staff. In September 2015 David joined the UEA to become a Research Technician (Movement & Exercise) in the School of Health Science.
Key Research Interests and Expertise
David's main expertise are in planning and facilitating academics in the research process. He takes a keen interest in application of technical solutions and the development of complex methodologies within research projects.
- 1 Active
Meeting the neurorehabilitation need for kinematic measures of everyday movement using novel motion tracking (Biokido): validity and test-retest reliability
5/04/21 → 4/01/22
- 1 Article
Stroke survivors' recommendations for the visual representation of movement analysis measures: a technical reportLane, K., Chandler, E., Payne, D. & Pomeroy, V., Jun 2020, In : Physiotherapy. 107, p. 36-42 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)8 Downloads (Pure)