Sport, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences

Philip Stainton

Philip Stainton


    Philip is an early career researcher with an interest in human physiology. Phil has experience with performing heart rate variability and salivary cortisol ELISA analysis from the completion of his MSc project data. Philip is a former Laboratory Demonstrator and therefore has a strong understanding of most laboratory equipment spanning every discipline of Sport & Exercise Sciences. Philip’s current role sees him collecting biomechanical data from human participants, playing leading roles in the SENS consultancy programme & several large research projects within the division. Philip is keen to continue his progression, despite having experience and skills far beyond his years.


    • MSc Sport & Exercise Science (Distinction), University of Central Lancashire.
    • BSc Sport Science (First Class), University of Central Lancashire.
    • QA Level 2 Qualification in Basic Lifesaving and use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), University of Central Lancashire.
    • Venous Blood Sampling, University of Central Lancashire.

    Philip has assisted in both physiological and biomechanical research across the division of Sport, Exercise & Nutritional Sciences (SENS) and is keen to become more involved in staff research. Philip’s future ambitions include supporting SENS teaching of undergraduate students, continuing his research activity and enrolling on (and completing) a PhD.

    A link to Philip’s ResearchGate can be found below:

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