Dr David Muggeridge is a teaching associate and early career researcher with considerable experience in topics associated with Sport and Exercise Physiology. Both his current role and experience from his previous post-doctoral reasearch, PhD and undergraduate degree have given Dr Muggeridge the knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas relating to Sport and Exercise Physiology. He is an experienced researcher with extensive knowledge in study design, data collection, analysis and dissemination of findings.
Dr Muggeridge currently teaches anatomy and exercise physiology modules for the Physical Activity for Health Group. His current teaching includes Anatomy and Physiology modules and the Physiology of Aerobic Exercise. He is also a dissertation supervisor to 4th year students that are interested in exercise physiology related projects
Dr Muggeridge's current research has two main focuses. He is interested in the impact of augmented nitric oxide bioavailability on parameters of health and exercise. Secondly, he is investigating the validity and reliability of a new wearable technology for the measurement of physiological related outcomes. His current and existing work has been funded by The Digital Health and Care Institute, Chest, Heart, Stroke Scotland, Science in Sport and The University of the West of Scotland.
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