Geoff has had over 15 years experience working with local authorities, schools, sports clubs and private organisations. Over the past 9 years with the University, he has become an active member of the School’s consultancy drive in research, evaluation and income generation from private and community-based sources.
Geoff’s research interests include nutrition, health promotion and evaluation theory; with a particular focus on complex multi-level and site interventions in the policy and practice domain. He is also an invited reviewer for a number of scientific journals and continues to practice sports nutrition with aspiring amateur athletes.
Chair of the College of Social Science Enterprise Working group
Teaching and administration of subject specific undergraduate degree modules:
Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Physical Activity and Public Health
Promoting Physical Activity and Health
Community Health Development
Health promotion; public health; evaluation; nutrition
MSc Sport & Exercise Science (Physiology/Nutrition)