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Prof Keith George

Telephone:0151 904 6228

Biography

I am currently Associate Dean for Scholarship, Research and Knowledge Transfer in the Faculty of Science as well as Head of the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences.

My background is as a cardiovascular physiologist interested in the health and well being of different human populations from elite athletes to clinical groups.

Degrees

1998, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, PhD Cardiovascular Physiology and Exercise
1990, Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada, MSc Exercise Physiology
1987, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) First Class

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Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: Vice Chancellors Award for Socio-Economic Engagement 2017 – Runner Up – Global Active Cities in the Physical Activity Exchange

Award title: Impact Award 2017: The Physical Activity Exchange: Global Active Cities for delivering change through shaping and influencing policy, practice and guidelines, Awarding body: Liverpool John Moores University

Award title: Uitslag RIHS Junioronderzoekerronde, “Evaluating and developing non-invasive pressure-volume loops in humans” £200 000. Four year PhD studentship, Awarding body: Radboud University Nijmegen

Award title: Marie Curie Post Doctoral Fellowship, Awarding body: EU Horizon 2020

Conference organisation:

Conference name: BASES Student Conference, Position: Organising Committee

Conference name: ECSS, Position: Chair Scientific Program

Editorial boards:

Publication: Physical Therapy in Sport, Position: Ediotrial Board

Publication: Journal of Applied Physiology, Position: International Editorial Board

Publication: European Journal of Applied Physiology, Position: Editor

External collaboration:

Institution: University of Canberra, Collaborator: Professor Kevin Thompson

External PGR examinations performed:

Name of University: University of Leeds, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Vascular function and intermittent training

Name of University: Canterbury Christ Church University, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Isometric exercise training

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: FBASES, Organisation: British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Fellowship title: FECSS, Organisation: European College of Sport Science

Fellowship title: FACSM, Organisation: Fellowship of the American College of Sports Medicine

Other invited event:

Title of event: To screen or not to screen that is the question? invited talk to Aspire Seminar Series on Cardiac Screening and Vascular Adaptation in Athletes: Prot, Location: Doha, Qatar, Description: Invited talk to Aspire Seminar Series on Cardiac Screening and Vascular Adaptation in Athletes

Title of event: The Athletic Heart, Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Description: Keynote to the Sudden Cardiac Death in Sports Workshop hosted by the Saudi Federation for Sports Medicine

Title of event: The Athletic Heart: New insights from new tools, Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands,, Description: Invited Symposium, 19th European College of Sport Science Conference,