Lucy Finnigan

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Lucy completed an undergraduate degree in Sport and Exercise Science (Exercise and Health) and a Masters of Research (MRes) at Edge Hill University. During her time as a masters student Lucy worked as a Research Assistant at Edge Hill University and a teaching assistant (pre school to A-Level). Lucy was accepted onto a studentship to complete her PhD at Liverpool John Moores University and Alder Hey Children's Hospital in 2017.

PhD Title: The Effects of an Extracorporeal Circulation on Cerebral Perfusion during Paediatric Cardiothoracic and Critical Care Procedures.

Supervisory Team: Professor Helen Jones, Professor Attilio Lotto and Dr Robyn Lotto


Edge Hill University, United Kingdom, BSc Sport and Exercise Science (1:1)
Edge Hill University, United Kingdom, MRes Sport and Exercise Science

Academic appointments

Research Assistant, Sport and Exercise Science and Psychology, Edge Hill University, 2014 - 2016

Journal article

Marchant D, Hampson S, Finnigan L, Marrin K, Thorley C. 2020. The Effects of Acute Moderate and High Intensity Exercise on Memory Frontiers in Psychology, 11 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Jones H, France M, Finnigan L, Carter H, Thijssen D, Maxwell J. Can exercise training enhance the repeated remote ischaemic preconditioning stimulus on peripheral and cerebrovascular function in high risk individuals? European Journal of Applied Physiology, DOI Author Url Public Url