Louise Burnie

Louise Burnie

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Biography

After completing an MEng in Civil Engineering at Imperial College, Louise worked as a Structural Engineer in large multidisciplinary engineering consultancies for 7 years in London and New Zealand. She returned to university to study an MSc in Sports Biomechanics at Loughborough University, graduating in 2014. Louise then studied for a PhD in Sports Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University which involved working with British Cycling and the English Institute of Sport. In 2019, Louise was appointed as a Research Assistant at Swansea University on a joint project between the Applied Science, Technology, Exercise and Medicine Research Centre and the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating to develop new printed products which included printed heaters and pressure sensors. Louise started as a Senior Lecturer at Northumbria in November 2021.

Research interests

Louise’s main research interests are understanding coordination in human movement and how this can be manipulated to improve human performance. She has a particular interest in cycling biomechanics, coordination and performance.

Education/Academic qualification

Sports Science, PhD, Sheffield Hallam University

5 May 20152 Mar 2020

Award Date: 2 Mar 2020

Sports Science, MSc, Loughborough University

28 Sep 201330 Sep 2014

Award Date: 30 Sep 2014

Civil Engineering, MEng, Imperial College London

28 Sep 200130 Jul 2005

Award Date: 29 Jul 2005

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