Richard joined the department in 2018 as the Student Support and Sports Science Technician for the department. He is responsible for maintaining high standards of the Human Performance Laboratory and providing students with additional support in Applied Sports Science, Performance Analysis Software and Statistical Analysis.
Following the completion of a BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Sciences degree at Edge Hill University, Richard went on to complete an MSc in Sport & Exercise Physiology at Liverpool John Moores University.
After completion of his degrees, Richard worked in research for a number of years at Liverpool John Moores. This included various projects examining training & recovery strategies in intermittent sports. Richard's latest project, in collaboration with UEFA, is set to be published in 2019 and examines the frequency of specific match events in youth football.
In addition to his time in research, Richard also has experience providing Applied Sport Science support to a number of professional sports teams, including Liverpool Football Club.
BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science
MSc Sport & Exercise Physiology
FA Level 1 Award in Coaching Football
Applied Sports Performance
Intermittent Team Sports
Training & Recovery Strategies