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Dudley Graham

Senior Lecturer in Research Methods and Statistics | +44 (0) 1243 816340

Dudley is the Coordinator of Research methods modules for all undergraduate sport and exercise science programmes, alongside Bev Hale. 

In addition to his teaching on these modules Dudley supervises sport and exercise biomechanics Independent Projects. 

Outside of his university work Dudley is a UKCC level 3 cricket coach and is the head coach of Surrey County Cricket Club Women, the Women’s Emerging Players Programme and Academy Programme, Surrey C.C.C. Women’s Under 17’s side and of Surrey C.C.C. Boys Under 10/11’s.



2000 - BSc (Hons) Business Economics with Computing, University of Surrey.

2005 - BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, University College of Chichester.

2006 - MSc Sport and Exercise Science (Biomechanics), University of Chichester.


Scientific Inquiry in Sport and Exercise (SPL130)

Research Methods for Sports Therapy (SPL110)

Researching Sport and Exercise (SPL201)


Dudley is the Web coordinator for Sport within Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences.



- Hale, B. & Graham (2012). Quantitative approaches. In Research Methods in Physical Education and Youth Sport (edited by K. Armour & D. Macdonald), pp.95-105. London: Routledge.


Research Interests

Dudley’s research interests centre on cricket, both in terms of improving sports performance and minimising injury and how any intervention could/should be managed. 


British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)

ECB Coaching Association