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Dr. Ceri Nicholas

After completing her PhD on nutritional interventions in high intensity intermittent exercise, Dr. Nicholas began her teaching career as a lecturer in Sports Science at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff. In 1996, she returned to Loughborough University as a Research Fellow in the Department of Physical Education and Sports Science before moving to the University of Essex to take up the post of Teaching Fellow in the Department of Biological Sciences in 2003.

In 2006, Dr Nicholas joined the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Chester as a Senior Lecturer and moved to the Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition in 2012. Within the Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition, Dr Nicholas’ teaching focuses on Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition.

Dr Nicholas is the progrmme leader and she also manages the research phase of the MSc in Exercise and Nutrition Science programme.

Dr Nicholas is the Department’s disability support, equality and diversity officer and is also a member of the Faculty’s Research Ethics Committee.

Professor Stephen Fallows

Immediately after graduating (way back in the 1970s) Professor Fallows worked in the Eastern Province of Zambia for a local organisation, Chipata Dzithandizeni Nutrition Group, concerned with nutrition education and other actions to promote nutritional wellbeing of the local people. The work was supported by OXFAM, NOVIB and other organisations.

On his return to the UK he completed a PhD in food and nutrition policy at the University of Bradford.

Following a post-doctoral period at the University of Bradford working on a number of food and nutrition policy projects Professor Fallows made a career shift in the late 1980s and was appointed as manager of the University’s early explorations into computer based education.

In 1992 Professor Fallows moved to the University of Luton as Reader in Educational Development.

In 2001 Professor Fallows made a second career shift and returned to his home discipline of nutrition and joined the Centre for Exercise and Nutrition Science at the University of Chester as Research Co-ordinator.

Within the Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition, Professor Fallows’ teaching focuses on Nutrition & Health and on Research Methods. Professor Fallows manages the research phase of the department’s MSc programmes and is a key source of advice to students on matters such as project design and research ethics.

Professor Fallows is also supervisor for a number of PhD students, including two who are based in Ireland.

Dr. Mike Morris

Dr Mike Morris is Deputy Head of University of Chester’s Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition. Mike has been a member of the Department since September 2005, his specialist areas of teaching are exercise and health and exercise physiology.

Mike’s research interests are in the areas of perceived exertion and physical activity and his qualifications include:

Mike’s specialist areas are Exercise Physiology, Data Analysis and Statistics and he teaches on the following Postgraduate modules:

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