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Jason Siegler

Assoc Professor
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 9020

I am currently an associate professor in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona. My academic career spans across the US, UK and Australia, and I have published and presented in numerous international forums on topics such as buffering supplementation and maximizing human performance, hydration in team sports, athlete monitoring in team sports, and injury pre-habilitation and prevention. Currently, my research interests are primarily focused around fatigue reduction in the context of human exercise performance.


2004 Doctor of Philosophy in Health, Physical Education, & Recreation, Exercise Physiology Concentration; Minor in Physiology & Research, University of New Mexico

Dissertation: The influence of active and passive recovery on acid-base kinetics following intense, intermittent exercise

2001 Master of Science in Health and Human Promotion, Exercise Physiology Concentration, University of Montana

Thesis: Changes evaluated in soccer specific power endurance either with or without a 10-week, in season strength and plyometric training program

1995 Bachelor of Science in the School of Education, Sports Medicine Concentration, University of Connecticut

Research Interests: 

Human Performance

  • Individual
  • Team Sport

Sport Nutrition



1.     Lovell, R., Halley, S., Siegler, J., Wignell, T., Coutts, A.J., Massard, T. Use of numerically-blinded ratings of perceived exertion in soccer: assessing concurrent and construct validity. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 15(10): 1430-1436, 2020.

2.     McKay, A.K.A., Peeling, P., Binnie, M., Goods, P.S.R., Sim, M., Cross, R., Siegler, J. Topical sodium bicarbonate application does not improve blood buffering capacity or enhance exercise performance.  Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 15(7): 1005-1011, 2020.

3.     Boegman, S., Stellingwerff, T., Shaw, G., Clarke, N., Graham, K., Cross, R., Siegler, J.C. Effectiveness of individualizing sodium bicarbonate supplementation in elite rowers. Front Nutr. 7(138), 2020.

4.     Marshall, P.W., Rasmussen, S.B., Krogh, M., Halley, S., Siegler, J.C. Changes in the quadriceps spinal reflex pathway after repeated sprint cycling are not influenced by ischemic preconditioning. Eur J Appl Physiol. 120: 1189-1202, 2020.

5.     Marshall, P.W., Metcalf, E., Hagstrom, A.D., Cross, R., Siegler, J.C., Enoka, R.M. Changes in fatigue are the same for trained men and women after resistance exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 52(1): 196-204, 2020.

6.     Halley, S.L., Marshall, P.W., Siegler, J.C. The effect of ischaemic preconditioning and changing inspired O2 fractions on neuromuscular function during intense exercise. J Appl Physiol. 127(6): 1688-1697, 2019.

7.     Chalmers, S., Siegler, J., Lovell, R., Lynch, G., Gregson, W., Marshall, P., Jay, O. Brief in-play cooling breaks reduce thermal strain during football in hot and humid conditions. J Sci Med Sport. 22(8): 912-918, 2019.

8.     Halley, SL., Marshall, P., Siegler, JC. The effect of IPC on central and peripheral fatiguing mechanisms in humans following maximal single limb isokinetic exercise. Physiol Rep. 7(8):e14063, 2019.

9.     Cross, R., Siegler, J., Marshall, P., Lovell. R. Scheduling of training and recovery during the in-season weekly micro-cycle: Insights from team sports practitioners. Eur J Sport Sci. 19(10): 1287-1296, 2019.

10.   Redman, K., Steel, K., Kelly, V., Siegler. J. Effects of a Rugby League match simulation on decision-making in elite junior Rugby League. J Strength Cond Res. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000003045. (2019).

11.   Norris, D., Joyce, D., Siegler, J., Clock, J., Lovell, R. Recovery of force-time characteristics after Australian Rules Football matches: Examining the utility of the isometric midthigh pull. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 14(6): 765-770, 2019.

12.   Halley, S., Marshall, P., Siegler, J. The effect of ischaemic preconditioning on central and peripheral fatiguing mechanisms in humans following sustained maximal isometric exercise. Exp Physiol. 103(7): 976-984, 2018.

13.   Siegler, J.C., Vargas, N., Green, S. Sodium bicarbonate supplementation minimally affects the accumulated oxygen deficit during high intensity-cycling to volitional exhaustion. Transl Sports Med. 1: 95-100, 2018.

14.   Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W., Finn, H., Cross, R., Mudie, K. 10-weeks resistance training under metabolic alkalosis does not affect neuromuscular mechanisms associated with rapid force generating capacity. PLoS One. 13(5): e0196677, 2018.

15.   Lovell, R., Knox, M., Weston, M., Siegler, J.C., Brennan, S., Marshall, P.W.M. Hamstring injury prevention in soccer: Before or after training? Scand J Med Sci Sports. 28(2): 658-666, 2018.

16.   Chrismas, B., Taylor, L., Smith, A., Pemberton, P., Siegler, J.C., Midgley, A. Reproducibility of measurement techniques used for creatine kinase, interleukin-6 and high-sensitivity c-reactive protein determination over a 48 h period in males and females. Meas Phys Educ Exerc Sci. 22:3 191-199, 2018.

17.   Rose, C., Edwards, K.M., Siegler, J., Graham, K., Caillaud, C. Effects of whole-body cryotherapy on recovery from exercise-induced muscle damage: A systematic review. Int J Sports Med. 38: 1049-1060, 2017.

18.   Chrismas, B., Taylor, L., Siegler, J.C., Midgley, A. A reduction in maximal incremental exercise test duration 48 h post downhill run is associated with muscle damage derived from exercise induced pain. Front Physiol. 8:135: 10.3389/fphys.2017.00135, 2017.

19.   Melville, G., Siegler J.C., Marshall, P.M. The effects of d-aspartic acid supplementation in resistance-trained men over a three month training period. PLoS One. 12(8): e0182630, 2017.

20.   Midgley, A., Earle, K., McNaughton L.R., Siegler, J.C., Clough, P., Earle, F. Exercise tolerance during VO2max testing is a multifactorial psychobiological phenomenon. Res Sports Med 25(4): 480-494, 2017.

21.   Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W.M., Bishop, D., Shaw, G., Green, S. Mechanistic insights into the efficacy of sodium bicarbonate supplementation for athletic performance. Sports Med – Open. 2: 41, 2016.

22.   Siegler, J.C., Mudie, K., Marshall, P. The influence of sodium bicarbonate on maximal force and rates of force development in the triceps’ surae and brachii during fatiguing exercise. Exp Physiol. 101(11): 1383-1391, 2016.

23.   Brooks, C., Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W.M. Relative abdominal adiposity is an important contributor to chronic low back pain: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 16: 700, 2016.

24.   Green, S., Siegler, J.C. Empirical modeling of metabolic alkalosis induced by sodium bicarbonate ingestion. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 41(10): 1092-1095, 2016.

25.   Lovell, R.L., Siegler, J.C., Knox, M., Brennan, S., Marshall, P. Acute neuromuscular and performance responses to Nordic hamstring exercises completed before or after football training. J Sports Sci: Sci & Med in Football.  34(24): 2286-2294, 2016.

26.   Chrismas, B., Taylor, L., Smith, A., Pemberton, P., Siegler, J., Midgley, A. Muscle damaging exercise 48 h prior to a maximal incremental exercise treadmill test reduces time to exhaustion: is it time to reconsider our pre-test procedures? Res Sports Med. In Press (2016).

27.   Marshall, P.W.M., Lovell, R.J., Siegler, J.C. Changes in passive tension of the hamstring muscles during a simulated soccer match. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 11(5): 594-601, 2016.

28.   Marshall, P.W.M., Finn, H.T., Siegler, J.C. The magnitude of peripheral muscle fatigue induced by high and low intensity single-joint exercise does not lead to central motor output reductions in resistance trained men. PLoS One. 10(10):e0140108, 2015.

29.   Marshall, P.W., Lovell R., Knox M.F., Brennan, S.L., Siegler, J.C. Hamstring fatigue and muscle activation changes during six sets of Nordic hamstring exercise in amateur soccer players. J Strength Cond Res. 29(11): 3124-3133, 2015.

30.   Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W. The effect of metabolic alkalosis on central and peripheral mechanisms associated with exercise induced muscle fatigue in humans. Exp Physiol. 100(5):519-30, 2015.

31.   Melville, G.W., Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W.M. Three and six grams supplementation of d-aspartic acid in resistance trained men. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 12:15, 2015.

32.   Siegler, J., Marshall, P., Pouslen, M., Nielsen, N., Kennedy, D., Green, S. The effect of pH on fatigue during submaximal contractions of the human calf muscle. Eur J Appl Physiol. 115(3):565-577, 2015.

33.   Weston, M., Siegler, J., Bahnert, A., McBrien, J., Lovell, R. The application of differential ratings of perceived exertion to Australian Football League matches. J Sci Med Sport. 18(6):704-708, 2015.

34.   Flinn, S., Herbert, K., Graham, K., Siegler, J.C. The differential effect of metabolic alkalosis and hypoxia on high intensity cycling performance. J Strength Cond Res. 28(10): 2852–2858, 2014.

35.   Marshall, P.W.M., Siegler, J.C. Differences in hamstring extensibility, stiffness, and stretch tolerance between males and females. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. 15: 223, 2014.

36.   Marshall, P.W., Lovell, R., Jeppesen, G.K., Andersen, K., Siegler, J.C. Hamstring Muscle Fatigue and Central Motor Output during a Simulated Soccer Match. PLoS One. 9(7):e102753, 2014.

37.   Finn, H.T., Brennan, S.L., Gonano, B.M., Knox, M.F., Ryan, R.C., Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P.W.M. Muscle Activation does not Increase after a Fatigue Plateau is Reached during Eight-Sets of Resistance Exercise in Trained Individuals. J Strength Cond Res. 28(5): 1226-1234, 2014.

38.   Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P., Raftry, S., Brooks, C., Dowswell, B., Romero, R., Green, S. The differential effects of metabolic alkalosis on maximum force and rate of force development during repeated, high-intensity cycling. J Appl Physiol. 115(11): 1634-1640, 2013.

39.   Brooks, C., Marshall, P.M., Siegler, J.C., Cheema, B.C. No relationship between body mass index and changes in pain and disability following exercise rehabilitation for chronic low back pain. Spine J. 38(25): 2190-2195, 2013.

40.   Angela R. Hillman, Mark C. Turner, Daniel J. Peart, James W. Bray, Lee Taylor , and Jason Siegler. A comparison of hyperhydration vs. ad libitum fluid intake strategies on measures of thermoregulation and endurance performance. Res Sports Med. 21:305-317, 2013.

41.   Siegler, J.C., Page, R. Turner, M., Mitchell. The effect of carbohydrate and marine peptide hydrolysate co-ingestion on endurance exercise metabolism and performance. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 10:29, 2013.

42.   Asamoah, S., Siegler, J., Chang, D., Scholey, A., Yeung, A., Cheema, B. Effect of aerobic training on cognitive function and arterial stiffness in sedentary young populations: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Physiology Journal. 2013:1-9, 2013.

43.   Peart, D.J., Kirk, R.J., Hillman, A.R., Madden, L.A., Siegler, J., C., Vince, R., V. The physiological stress response to high-intensity sprint exercise following the ingestion of sodium bicarbonate. Eur J Appl Physiol. 113:127-134, 2013.

44.   Peart, D., J., Kirk, R., J., Madden, L., A., Siegler, J., C., Vince, R., V. The influence of exogenous carbohydrate provision and pre-exercise alkalosis on the heat shock protein response to prolonged interval cycling. Amino Acids. 44(3):903-910, 2013.

45.   Jason Siegler, Keith Howell, Rebecca Vince, James Bray, Chris Towlson, Daniel Peart, Duane Mellor, Stephen Atkin. Aspartame in conjunction with carbohydrate reduces insulin levels during endurance exercise. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 9(1): 36, 2012.

46.   Peart, D.J, Siegler, J.C., Vince, R.V. Practical Recommendations for Coaches and Athletes: A Meta-Analysis of Sodium Bicarbonate use for Athletic Performance. J Strength Cond Res. 26(7):1975-83, 2012.

47.   Siegler, J.C., Marshall, P., Bray, J., Towlson, C. Sodium bicarbonate supplementation & ingestion timing: does it matter? J Strength Cond Res. 26(7):1953-8, 2012.

48.   Gleeson, M., Siegler, J., Burke, L.M., Stear, S., Castell, L.M. A to Z of nutritional supplements: dietary supplements, sports nutrition foods and ergogenic aids for health and performance-Part 31. Br J Sports Med. 46(5):377-8, 2012.

49.   Marshall, P.W.M., Robbins, D.A., Wrightson, A.W., Siegler, J.C. Acute neuromuscular and fatigue responses to the rest-pause method. J Sci Med Sport. 15(2):153-158, 2012.

50.   Forbes, H., Siegler, J.C. Seasonal variation in the isokinetic strength of youth soccer players: Effects of age and dominance. Gazzetta Medica Italiana Archivio per le Scienze Mediche (formerly The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness). 171(3), 253-261, 2012.

51.   Mark Turner, Richard Page , Nigel Mitchell, Jason Siegler. The effects of Energised Greens™ upon blood acid-base balance during resting conditions. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 8(1):14, 2011.

52.   Angela R. Hillman, Rebecca V. Vince, Lee Taylor, Lars McNaughton, Nigel Mitchell, Jason Siegler. Exercise-induced dehydration with and without environmental heat stress results in increased oxidative stress. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 36(5):698-706, 2011.

53.   Siegler, J.C., Rehman, S., Bhumireddy, G.P., Abdula, R., Klem, I., Brener, S.J., Lee, L., Dunbar, C.C., Saul, B., Sacchi, T.J., Heitner, J.F. The accuracy of the electrocardiogram during exercise stress test based on heart size. PLoS One. 6(8): 2011, Article number e23044.

54.   Grant Abt, Jason Siegler, Ibrahim Akubat, Carlo Castagna. The effects of a constant sprint-to-rest ratio and recovery mode on repeated sprint performance. J Strength Cond Res. 25(6):1695-1702, 2011.

55.   Mc Naughton, L.R., Siegler, J.C., Keatley, S. and Hillman, A. The effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on maximal tethered treadmill running. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 170(1):33-39, 2011.

56.   Jason C. Siegler, Gleadall-Siddall, D. Sodium Bicarbonate Ingestion and Repeated Swim Sprint Performance. J Strength Cond Res. 24(11):3105–3111, 2010.

57.   Jason C. Siegler, Lars R. McNaughton, Adrian W. Midgley, Simon Keatley, Angie Hillman. Metabolic alkalosis, recovery and sprint performance. Int J Sports Med. 31(11):797-802, 2010.

58.   Anni Vanhatalo, Lars R McNaughton, Jason Siegler, Andrew M Jones. Effect of induced alkalosis on the power-duration relationship during ‘all-out’ exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 42(3):563-570, 2010.

59.   Lesan T. Banko, Salman A. Haq, Debroah A. Rainaldi, Igor Klem, Jason Siegler, Joshua Fogel, Terrence J. Sacchi, John F. Heitner. Incidence of Caffeine in Serum of Patients Undergoing Dipyridamole Myocardial Perfusion Stress Test by an Intensive versus a Routine Caffeine History Screening. Am J Cardiol. 105(10):1474-9, 2010.

60.   Siegler, J.C., Midgley, A.W., Polman, R.C.J., Lever, R. Effects of various sodium bicarbonate loading protocols on the time-dependent extracellular buffering profile. J Strength Cond Res. 24(9):2551-7, 2010.

61.   Siegler, J.C., Hirscher, K. Sodium Bicarbonate Ingestion and Boxing Performance. J Strength Cond Res. 21(1):103-108, 2010.

62.   Adrian W. Midgley, Sean Carroll, David Marchant, Lars R. McNaughton, Jason Siegler. Evaluation of “true” VO2max based on a novel set of standardised criteria. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 34(2):115-23, 2009.

63.   Forbes, H., Bullers, A., Lovell, A., McNaughton, L., Polman, R., Siegler, J. Relative torque profiles of elite male youth footballers. Int J Sports Med. 30:592-597, 2009.

64.   Forbes, H., Bullers, A., Lovell, A., McNaughton, L., Polman, R., Siegler, J. Isokinetic thigh muscle ratios in youth football: effect of age and dominance. Int J Sports Med. 30:602-606, 2009.

65.   Greig, M., Siegler, J. Soccer-specific fatigue decreases eccentric hamstring strength. J Athl Train. 44(2):180-184, 2009.

66.   Siegler, J.C., Mermier, C.M., Amorim, F., R. Lovell, McNaughton, L., Robergs, R.A. Hydration, thermoregulation, and performance effects of two sport drinks during soccer training sessions. J Strength Cond Res. 22(5):1394-1401, 2008.

67.   McNaughton, L.M., Siegler, J., Midgely, A.W. The ergogenic effect of sodium bicarbonate. Curr Sports Med Rep. 7(4):230-236, 2008.

68.   Siegler, J.C., Keatley, S., Midgley, A.W., Nevill, A.M., McNaughton, L.R. Influence of pre-exercise alkalosis and recovery mode acid-base recovery following intense exercise. Int J Sports Med. 29:545-551, 2008.

69.   L.R. Mc Naughton, R.J. Lovell, J. C. Siegler, A.W. Midgley, L. Moore, M. Sandstrom, D.J. Bentley. The effects of caffeine ingestion before high intensity time trial cycling. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 48:320-5, 2008.

70.   Marie E. Sandström, Leigh A. Madden, Lee Taylor, Jason C. Siegler, Ric J. Lovell, Adrian Midgley and Lars McNaughton. Variation in basal heat shock protein 70 is correlated to core temperature in human subjects. Amino Acids. 37(2):279-284, 2009.

71.   M. Sandström, J.C. Siegler, R.J. Lovell, L.Madden, L.R. McNaughton. The effect of 15 consecutive days of heat-exercise acclimation on heat shock protein 70. Cell Stress Chaperon. 13:169-175, 2008.

72.   L.R. Mc Naughton, R.J. Lovell, J. Siegler, A.W. Midgley, L. Moore, and D.J. Bentley. The effects of caffeine ingestion on time trial cycling performance. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 3(2):157-163, 2008.

73.   Lars R. McNaughton, Steve Kenney, Jason Siegler, Adrian W. Midgley, Ric J. Lovell, and David J. Bentley. The Effect of Superoxygenated Water on Blood Gases, Lactate, and Aerobic Cycling Performance. Int J Sports Physiol. 2:377-385, 2007.

74.   Casa, D.J., Becker, S.M., Ganio, M.S., Brown, C.M., Yeargin, S.W., Roti, M.W., Siegler, J., Huggins, R.A., Glaviano, N.R., Armstrong, L.E., Maresh, C.M. Examining the validity of devices that assess body temperature during outdoor exercise in the heat. J Athl Train. 42(3):333-342, 2007.

75.   R. Lovell, Siegler, J., Kirke, I., McNaughton, L., Greig, M. Soccer half-time strategy influences thermoregulation and endurance performance. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 47(3):263-269, 2007.

76.   Siegler, J.C., Robergs, R.A., Faria, E.W., Wyatt, F.B., McCarthy, J. Noninvasive profiling of exercise-induced hypoxemia in competitive cyclists. Res Sports Med. 15:1-6, 2007.

77.   Siegler, J.C., Bell-Wilson, J., Mermier, C., Faria, E., Robergs, R.A. Active and passive recovery and acid-base kinetics following multiple bouts of intense exercise to exhaustion. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 16(1):92-107, 2006.

78.   Siegler, J.C., Robergs, R.A., Weingart, H. The application of soccer performance testing protocols to the non-elite population. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 46(1):44-51, 2006.

79.   Robergs, R.A., K. Hutchinson, S. Hendee, S. Madden, J.C. Siegler. Influence of pre-exercise acidosis and alkalosis on the kinetics of acid-base recovery following intense exercise. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 15(1):49-74, 2005.

80.   Siegler, J., Gaskill, S., Ruby, B.C. Changes evaluated in soccer specific power endurance either with or without a 10-week, in season strength and plyometric training program. J Strength Cond Res. 17(2):379-387, 2003.

Research Activity: 

Invited Lectures & Symposiums

2020 Nutritional buffering strategies; Canadian Sports Institute Pacific, Victoria, CAN

2017 Individualising sodium bicarbonate for athlete performance; Applied Physiology Conference, New South Wales Institute of Sport, Sydney, AUS

2016 Metabolic Alkalosis and Neuromuscular Fatigue during Exercise; Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Doha, QATAR

2016 pH and Neuromuscular Function in the Context of Fatiguing Exercise; Qatar University, Doha, QATAR

2015 Sodium Bicarbonate: a contemporary view on mechanisms and application; Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, AUS

2015 pH, Fatigue and Performance; Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, AUS

2013 Blood Buffering and High Intensity Exercise; English Institute of Sport, Manchester, UK

2012 Acid-Base Manipulation and Fatigue; University of Tasmania and Tasmania Institute of Sport, Launceston, AUS

2009 The Practical Application and Efficacy of Glycerol as a Hyperhydrating Agent; online symposium for Grupo Sobre Entrenamiento, Cordoba, Argentina

2009 Sodium Bicarbonate Loading; Student BASES Conference, Hull, UK

2009 Metabolic Buffering & High Intensity Exercise; British Cycling, Manchester, UK

2009 Guest Panellist, “Fast Track, A weekly round-up of African sports news,” BBC World Service

2008 Extracellular Buffer Manipulation and Induced Metabolic Acidosis; English Institute of Sport, London, UK

2003 Exercise Physiology for the Health Professional; NY Dietetics Association Annual State Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY

Spring 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
EXW 592Research
KIN 598Special Topics

KIN 598: Advanced Exercise Physiology

EXW 592: Research


Associate Editor Journal of Science & Medicine in Sport

Professional Associations: 

2003 – present Fellow and member of American College of Sports Medicine (FACSM)

2013 – 2015 Member of American Physiological Society

2007 – 2011 Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist (Physiology – Research), The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)

2006 – 2011 Member, National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)

1995 – 2017 Certified Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA)


Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History: 

Graduate Supervision

PhD (Current – Western Sydney University)

5 completions (co-supervisor); 4 current as primary supervisor, 8 as co-supervisor

PhD (Completions – University of Hull)

3 as primary supervisor; 1 as secondary supervisor

Masters (Completions – Western Sydney University)

1 as primary supervisor; 3 as secondary supervisor

Masters (Completions – University of Hull)

2 as primary supervisor

Honours (1 year post-graduate research degree – Western Sydney University (degree no longer offered)

8 as primary supervisor; 10 as secondary supervisor

Work History: 

Associate Professor in Human Performance

Arizona State University, 2020 – present 

Teaching Responsibilities/duties: Instruction, mentoring, & advising to undergraduate and graduate students within the degree program. Curriculum and instruction includes Advanced Exercise Physiology, Sport Physiolgy & Research/Thesis Advising.

Associate Professor/ Professor in Sport and Exercise Science

Western Sydney University, 2011 – 2020

Teaching Responsibilities/duties: Instruction, mentoring, & advising to undergraduate and graduate students within the degree program. Curriculum and instruction included undergraduate Exercise Nutrition, Exercise Testing and Measurement, Exercise Prescription, Bioenergetics and Strength and Conditioning.

Director of Academic Program in Sport and Exercise Science

Western Sydney University, 2012 – 2015; 2018 – 2019 

Administrative Responsibilities/duties: This role consisted of a 40% workload commitment, and included Sport and Exercise Science staff (faculty) supervisory responsibilities inclusive of staff workload allocation, casual (adjunct) budget, assessments and program/course development.

Lecturer B in Sport, Health and Exercise Science

University of Hull, 2006 – 2010

Responsibilities/duties: Instruction, mentoring, & advising to undergraduate and graduate students within the Department. Curriculum and instruction included undergraduate and post graduate Exercise Physiology, Environmental Physiology, Fitness Training Principles & Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Assistant Professor in Kinesiology

Brooklyn College, 2004 – 2006

Responsibilities/duties: Instruction, mentoring, & advising to degree students with a concentration in Exercise Science. Curriculum and instruction included Physiology of Exercise, Human Physiology & Human Anatomy.


Administrative Experience

Director of Academic Program – Western Sydney University

School Assessment Committee – Western Sydney University

Campus Life Committee – Western Sydney University

School Research Committee – Western Sydney University

Director of Post Graduate Studies & Research – University of Hull

Collaborative Provisions Officer – University of Hull

Advisory Committee on Academic Computing – Brooklyn College

Grants and Research Committee – Brooklyn College


Australian Institute of Sport

New South Wales Institute of Sport

English Institute of Sport

Australian Rules Football - GWS Giants

Soccer/Football - English & Australian Professional Clubs


Advisory Boards

AmpHuman Advisory Board (Park City, UT)

UCRISE Scientific Board, University of Canberra (Canberra, AUS)

Editor & Reviewer Roles

Associate Editor: Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport

Review Editor: Frontiers Physiology

Reviewer: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise

Reviewer: Journal of Physiology

Reviewer: International Journal of Sports Physiology & Performance

Reviewer: International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism

Reviewer: Journal of Sports Sciences

Reviewer: International Journal of Sports Medicine

Reviewer: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

Reviewer: Journal of Athletic Training

Reviewer: British Journal of Sports Medicine