Dr Dave Harriss


Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Exercise & Health Physiology

Dave is a Lecturer in Exercise and Health Physiology within the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. He received a first class honours degree in Sport Science and his doctorate in cardiovascular control from Liverpool John Moores University. Between 2001 and 2005 he was a senior lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the University of Hertfordshire.

Teaching areas
  • Exercise, Nutrition and Health
  • Sports Nutrition and Supplementation
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Research Methods
  • Major Project
  • Research ethics and governance
Research areas
  • Colorectal cancer and physical activity
  • Post-exercise hypotension
  • Research ethics and the Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Fructose and physical activity
Other responsibilities
  • Member of the LJMU Research Ethics Committee
  • Deputy chair of the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Ethics Committee
  • Designated individual on the LJMU Human Tissue Authority licence
  • Undergraduate Level 3 year tutor
Collaborators
Internal - member of the:

External:

  • Member of the Colorectal Cancer Lifestyle, Exercise And Research (C-CLEAR) group.
  • Professor Najib Haboubi, Trafford General Hospital NHS Trust, Manchester.
  • Doctor Andrew Renehan, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Manchester.



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