Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Kinesiology
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- Sports Injuries Research Group
Chris joined Edge Hill in 2013 as a Graduate Teaching Assistant/Full-Time PhD student, before commencing full time employment at the university in August 2015. Chris was awarded his PhD from Edge Hill University in 2016 having completed his MSc in Football Rehabilitation (2013) at Edge Hill University, Med in Education Practice (2011) at the University of Central Lancashire and BSc (Hons) in Applied Sports Science (2003) at the University of Salford.
Chris is a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Kinesiology and member of the Sports Therapy team where he lectures on Kinesiology and Research Methods based modules, whilst assisting in the functional rehabilitation clinic. Chris is currently supervising students at both masters and doctoral levels. In addition to this, Chris is currently a member of the department research and retention committees.
Chris’ research focuses on the mechanisms of injury in soccer and dance, with specific reference to injury prevention mechanisms and fatigue. Chris has a keen interest in GPS Tri-axial accelerometry and how this can be used in an applied sporting context. Chris currently has research relating to these aforementioned areas published in journals such as Physical Therapy in Sport, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, Journal of Strength Conditioning and Research and the Journal of Dance Science and Medicine
Chris is currently involved as a co-supervisor for PhD/GTA supervision, investigating the mechanics of dance performance. Chris has also successfully secured internal research funding as a primary investigator, investigating the effects of pitch surface on accumulated and residual soccer-specific fatigue.
Chris’ external engagement activities include:
- Chris has provided peer reviews for journals including the Journal of Sports Sciences, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation and Journal of Strength Conditioning and Research (2015 -)
- Brogden, Christopher, Marrin, Kelly, Page, Richard and Greig, Matt (2018) The efficacy of elastic therapeutic tape variations on measures of ankle function and performance. Physical Therapy in Sport, 32. pp. 74-79 doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2018.04.019
- Brogden, Christopher, Marrin, Kelly, Page, Richard and Greig, Matt (2018) The influence of circadian variation on aetiological markers of ankle injury. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 15. Pp. 1 – 22 doi: 10.1123/jsr.2017-0338
- Brogden, Christopher, Armstrong, Ross, Page, Richard, Milner, Debbie, Norris, Debbie and Greig, Matt (2018) Use of Triaxial Accelerometry During the Dance Aerobic Fitness Test: Considerations for Unit Positioning and Implications for Injury Risk and Performance. Journal of Dance Medicine and Science.
- Page, Richard, Marrin, Kelly, Brogden, Christopher and Greig, Matt (2017) The physical response to a simulated period of soccer-specific fixture congestion. The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000002257
- Page, Richard, Marrin, Kelly, Brogden, Christopher and Greig, Matt (2016) The biomechanical and physiological response to repeated soccer-specific simulations interspersed by 48 or 72 h recovery. Physical Therapy in Sport, 22. pp. 81-87. doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2016.06.011
- Page, Richard, Marrin, Kelly, Brogden, Christopher and Greig, Matt (2015) Biomechanical and physiological response to a contemporary soccer match-play simulation. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 29 (10). pp. 2860-2866. Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 29(10):2860-2866 · October 2015 with 238 Reads