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Dr Gary Doyle


Department of Bioscience and Sport , School of Health, Sport and Bioscience

Gary has worked for more than 15 years at the University of East London, lecturing and researching in Sports Biomechanics and Strength and Conditioning.

Areas Of Interest

  • Efficiency of Human Motion, specifically looking at total body efficiency during simulated rowing, including energy transfers between segments
  • Body segment inetrial parameters
  • Biomechanical measurement including 3D motion capture, force plates, dynamometry, EMG and accelerometry
  • Measures of force and time (impulse, RFD, etc) during jumping
  • Technology enhanced approaches to learning and teaching
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My research interests focus mainly on biomechanical aspects of human performance, specifically looking at efficiency of movement, energy transfer and movements which express high levels of force over very short periods of time.