Daniel Moore

Research Assistant – Occupational Performance Research Group

About

Daniel is a post-graduate Research Assistant working with the Occupational Performance Research Group at the University of Chichester.

Daniel completed both his BSc and MSc at Teesside University in 2017 and 2018, respectively. With an ongoing interest in Occupational Performance his research projects in both degrees were focused on British Army fitness testing with Phase 2 Army recruits. These projects investigated the suitability of the fitness assessments utilised and developing combat-specific fitness assessments.

He has further experiences working on a Premier League research project fitness testing Premier League Academy footballers for research investigating the effects of maturation on physical performance. Further experiences include working as Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant within Sport and Exercise Science at Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

Daniel is a Member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).

Education

  • 2014-2017: BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise (Applied Sport Science), Teesside University
  • 2017-2018: MSc Sport and Exercise, Teesside University

Publications

2018

  • Moore, D., Harrison, C., & Moore, S. (2018). 5 The interchangeability of the 2.4 km run time and multistage fitness test score as performance predictors for phase 2 army recruits completing a 12.8 km loaded march carrying an 11 kg backpack and 4 kg rifle. British Journal of Sports Medicine52(Suppl_3).

Research Interests

Dan has research interests in the following areas:

  • Occupational Physiology
  • Military Fitness and Physiological Demands
  • Environmental Physiology
  • Exercise Physiology

Other department members

Louis Langdown
Senior Lecturer in Sports Performance Analysis

Louis Langdown is Senior Lecturer in Sports Performance Analysis.

Kasha Dickie
Lecturer in Clinical Exercise Physiology

Dr Kasha Dickie joined the University of Chichester in 2022 as Lecturer in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Izzy Ball
Izzy Ball
Research Assistant Health and Wellbeing

Research Assistant in Health and Wellbeing for the Institute of Sport, Nursing and Allied Health.

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