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- 01642 384267
- Job title:
- Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise (Physiology)
- School of Social Sciences & Law
- Research institute:
- Social Futures Institute
About Nicolas Berger
Dr Nicolas Berger is a lecturer in Exercise Physiology. After completing a BSc in Sport Science at the University of Brighton, he went on to complete a MSc in Exercise Physiology at the Manchester Metropolitan University.
In 2003 Nicolas received full funding for a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he was involved in research for two years before transferring to the University of Exeter. At Exeter he completed his PhD entitled The Effects of Fitness and Training on VO2 Kinetics.
Nicolas’ main research interests lie in the determinants of endurance exercise performance, which he tries to apply to his passion for cycling. Other interests include elite sports performance, oxygen uptake kinetics, training, environmental physiology, nutrition and ergogenic aids. He is also trying to engage in the support work for athletes and cyclists of the region.
Dr Berger would welcome applications from potential PhD candidates in the following areas:
> endurance exercise
> ergogenic aids
> environmental physiology
> oxygen uptake
> exercise physiology in general.
View Dr Nicolas Berger's publications on TeesRep