Email
    dmullineaux@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 83 7143
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    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Prof David Mullineaux

    Professor in Sports Science

    School of Sport and Exercise Science
    College of Social Science

    About David Mullineaux

    I was appointed as Professor in Sports Science with a remit to shape the research agenda of the University of Lincoln’s rapidly-emerging School of Sport and Exercise Science. To date I have made several transitions between academia and industry in the UK and USA gaining experience of teaching, consulting and researching in biomechanics and research methods.

    Department Responsibilities

    Lead the research of the School of Sport and Exercise Science

    Subject Specialism

    Biomechanics, Research Methods, Statistics

    Qualifications

    • BSc (Hons) Sport Science, Crewe & Alsager College of HE
    • PGC Teaching and Learning, University of Teesside
    • MSc Social Research Methods, University of Teesside
    • PhD Applied Statistics, Sheffield Hallam University

    Awards

    • Selected grants
    • £62,000 from the English Sports Council (Northern Region) and University of Teesside (1997) to C.A.
    • £15,000 from The Royal Society & British Association Millennium Awards (1998) to D.R. Mullineau
    • c$60,000 from various sources (c$40,000) and from Motion Analysis Corporation ($20,000 gifts in kind
    • $82,500 from industry (2006) to J.M. Thompson, D.R. Mullineaux and M.A. Pavez, for ‘Restless Syndr
    • $71,878 from industry (2006) to T.J. Carbary, C.A. Knox, Z-L. Lu, D.R. Mullineaux, M.A. Pavez and F.
    • $18,800 from Office of the Vice President for Research and Department of Orthopaedics, University of
    • $97,263 from Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation (07/08-06/10) to R. Shapiro, D.R. Mullineau
    • $11,725 from University of Tennessee Obesity Research Center Seed Grant (1/10-12/10) to C.E. Milner,

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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