Philip Nagy

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Research Group and Institute

  • Sports Injury Research Group

Profile

Philp is a Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD candidate in the Department for Sport & Physical Activity. Teaching responsibilities include provision across a range of modules to undergraduate students enrolled on the BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy degree programme.

He joined Edge Hill University in 2017. Philp was awarded his MSc in Sports & Exercise Biomechanics from the University of central Lancashire in 2015, following completion of his BSc (Hons) in Sport & Exercise Science at Edge Hill University in 2014.

Research

Philip’s research interests centre on the link between sport-specific activity and injury. With particular attention to the biomechanics of movement, his work focuses on how the body responds to the demands of sport & exercise performance with a view to better understanding the occurrence of injury.

External Engagement

Adam’s external engagement activities include:

  • School Governor – St Peter’s Catholic High School, Wigan
  • Member of AfPE
  • Member of Sport and European Union

Selected Publications

  • GREIG, M. and NAGY, P., 2017. Lumbar- and Cervicothoracic-Spine Loading During a Fast-Bowling Spell. Journal of Sports Rehabilitation. 26 (4), pp. 257-262. https://doi.org/10.1123/jsr.2015-0174