Dr Scott Brennan is a lecturer in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University. He was awarded his PhD in 2017 from the University of Queensland (Australia), where he studied the influence of muscle-tendon power output and energetics on preferred and optimal movement patterns in cycling.
Scott is particularly interested in how the function of the nervous system, muscles and tendons affect our ability to produce force and power during movements like walking, running, jumping and cycling.
Brennan SF, Cresswell AG, Farris DJ, Lichtwark GA. 2019. The Effect of Cadence on the Mechanics and Energetics of Constant Power Cycling Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 51 :941-950 DOI Author Url Public Url
Brennan SF, Cresswell AG, Farris DJ, Lichtwark GA. 2018. The effect of muscle-tendon unit vs. fascicle analyses on vastus lateralis force-generating capacity during constant power output cycling with variable cadence Journal of Applied Physiology, 124 :993-1002 DOI Publisher Url Public Url
Brennan SF, Cresswell AG, Farris DJ, Lichtwark GA. 2017. In vivo fascicle length measurements via B-mode ultrasound imaging with single vs dual transducer arrangements Journal of Biomechanics, 64 :240-244 DOI Publisher Url Public Url
Brennan SF, Cresswell AG, Farris DJ, Lichtwark GA. 2017. The effect of cadence on the muscle-tendon mechanics of the gastrocnemius muscle during walking Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 27 :289-298 DOI