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Injury epidemiology and injury prevention in elite women’s rugby union

  Research Group: Centre for Health and Injury and Illness Prevention in Sport (CHi2PS)
Background. The Women’s Rugby Injury Surveillance Project (WRISP). The Rugby Football Union (RFU) oversees rugby in England and is constantly trying to understand the number and pattern of injuries to inform injury prevention strategies. Read more

Risk factors for Injury in Womens Rugby

Women’s rugby has seen unprecedented growth and participation with 2.7 million female players involved globally. Rugby is a dynamic, physical, high-intensity activity with repetitive collisions, sprinting and running. Read more

Computer Vision and Deep Learning during Sport Collisions

Injuries are a major problem in sport. We aim to understand the forces applied to the human body during injury events in sport, and how this canbe prevented based on biomechanical factors such as speed, player orientation and technique. Read more

Carnegie School of Sport

RESEARCH THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE. Our research degrees are for people that want to solve problems. People who listen, and collaborate. Read more

Enhancing dietary intakes in team sport athletes for optimal health and performance (the EDIT study)

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences
Nutrition plays a key role in athletic health and performance. Evidence suggests that team sport athletes, including rugby, football and Gaelic players, are not meeting their nutritional requirements, particularly in relation to energy, carbohydrate and key micronutrients e.g. Read more

Beyond head kinematics: a modelling and AI based tool for predicting effects of head impacts on the brain in sporting collisions

Applications are invited for an exciting fully-funded PhD project on computational modelling of brain biomechanics in sporting head collisions, supervised by Dr Ghajari (HEAD lab, Design Engineering, Imperial College), Dr Chris Jones (SWA) and Dr Mike Loosemore (SWA, UCL). Read more
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