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Locally-born Dr Brown graduated from Teesside University in 2005 with a First-class BSc (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science (Applied Sports Science and Exercise Physiology). She went on to complete an MSc Sports and Exercise Nutrition at Loughborough University, and a PhD at the University of Hull. Her PhD, Effects of Pre- and Post- Carbohydrate Ingestion on both Metabolism and Exercise Performance, was awarded in 2009.
Dr Brown worked as a Health Trainer for the NHS (East Riding of Yorkshire) (2009 - 2011), Lecturer in Sports Nutrition and Performance at the University of Derby (2010 - 2011), and a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at York St John University (2013 - 2014) before taking up her present post at Teesside University.
Summary of Research Interests
- Diet and obesity: To work with individuals to encourage and promote healthy eating and exercise in order to reduce obesity and improve overall health.
- Health: The effects of diet, exercise and lifestyle behaviours on specific parameters of health.
- Athletic performance: To work with athletes of all levels to provide them with nutritional strategies aimed at improving their athletic performance.
The impact of and views on school food policy in young people aged 11-18 years: A mixed method systematic reviewRose, K., Eskandari, F., Lake, A., O'Malley, C., Brown, L. & Ells, L., 1 Sep 2020, Obesity Reviews . Wiley, p. 97 1 p. EP-168
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article