Mr Robert Cramb
Rob joined the University in Jan 04 as a teaching fellow in Sport and Exercise Physiology. At undergraduate level he studied Sports Science and also has an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science. He is the module leader for the Introduction to Exercise Physiology, Sport and Exercise Physiology and the Exercise Programmes for Health and Performance modules on the Sport Degree. His area of interest is within the field of thermoregulation, which is the physiological responses of exposure to hot and cold environments and the impact this has on exercise and performance. In addition to his teaching commitments Rob also provides physiological support to the University rowing squad and is working towards accreditation as a BASES Exercise Physiologist.
- Olsen, P.D., Langford, T.M., Cramb, R.K., Pout, M.J. & White, D.J. (2007), The effects of pre-warming on maximal rowing performance, British Association of Sport and Exercise Science Annual Conference. University of Bath.
- Cramb, R.K. (2005), An examination into the physiological effects of four separate warm-up protocols, British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference. Loughborough University.
- Sport, Health and Policy