Dr Jo Corbett
Associate Head (Innovation and Impact), Principal Lecturer
I joined the department from the University of Chichester, where I graduated from the MSc in Exercise Physiology pathway with a distinction grade. I completed my PhD in the area of fat metabolism, with a specific focus on the role of bioactive agents and exercise in optimising fat metabolism. Outside of work I like to practise what I preach and I am a keen runner, cyclist and snowboarder.
I am the co-ordinator of the Human Performance and Health Research Group, which has produced ~80 peer-reviewed journal papers, 7 book chapters and secured ~£500,000 funding between 2009 and 2013. My current research interests encompass a range of themes including: Environmental Ergonomics; Enhancing Human Performance Capabilities; and Fatigue, Pacing and Bioenergetics. I am also involved in providing sports science support service to athletes from a variety of sports. I have worked with athletes from recreational level to Olympic champion and have BASES accreditation for athlete support.