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Philip Williamson

T:
01642 34-
Job title:
GRS Research Student
E:
p.williamson@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
Research & Innovation Services
 
 
Research:
Health & Social Care research
 
 

About Philip Williamson

Philip is a current full-time PhD student, focusing on the quantification of individual response to exercise/physical activity interventions. These evaluations explore the statistical methodologies used previously, and focus on the appropriate quantification of individual response. He is also exploring the moderators and mediators responsible for these responses.

In addition, Philip works as a Health and Wellbeing Physiologist for Nuffield Health, delivering one – to – one assessments focused on common health issues and lifestyle change, tailoring personalised programmes to help behaviour change.

Previously, Philip worked in professional sport and served in the British Army.  

Philip’s research interests focus on the use of exercise to improve health, team sports performance and statistics. Philip graduated from Teesside University with First Class Honours in Applied Sport Science in 2014 and then in 2015 achieved an MSc with Distinction in Sport Science, also at Teesside University.

Research interests

Research interests (in brief)

·  Individual response to exercise
·  Exercise for health
·  Enhancement of performance for team sport athletes

Current projects

Philip is currently undertaking a critical review of the literature surrounding the inter-individual variability in VO2max response to exercise interventions and a systematic review on the inter-individual variability of weight loss in response to exercise interventions.

Further to this, Philip’s PhD is centred upon the quantification of the individual response to exercise and/or physical activity.