Kat Paice BSc, MSc, fHEA is an associate lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science. She started studying Physiological Science at the University of Bristol, with a focus on cardiology and neuroscience. She completed her Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Physiology at Middlesex University in 2015 and has been working in the department since. She also spent 3 years teaching Exercise Physiology at London Metropolitan University.
Kat has experience supporting postgraduate teaching in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition and more recently teaching in Undergraduate Sport Science.
She is module leader for the Professional Skills module and teaches Physiology, Interdiscipinary Sport Science and Movement Analysis across all year groups, as well as supervising dissertation research.
BSc Physiological Science
MSc Sport and Exercise Physiology
Postgraduate Certificiate of Higher Education
Learning & Teaching Interests
Kat's research focus is on recovery interventions following damaging endurance running, including Cold Water Immersion and Cherry Juice supplementation.
She has a particular interest in teaching extreme environmental physiology and cardiopulmonary and anaerobic physiology.
Cockburn, Emma and Hills, Frank and Wilson, Laura J. and Paice, Katherine and Wood, Alyssa and Dimitriou, Lygeri (2017) The effect of plasma volume on changes in biomarkers of muscle damage, inflammation, oxidative stress and leukocyte differential following a 42.2 km trail run, and the efficacy of recovery interventions. In: BASES Conference 2017, 28-29 Nov 2017, Nottingham, UK.
Paice, Katherine and Dimitriou, Lygeri and Wilson, Laura and Hills, Frank and Sinclair, Scott and Gondek, Marcela B. and Kwan, Xue Bin and Wood, Alyssa (2017) Influence of cold water immersion and cherry juice on recovery following a 42.2km trail run. In: BASES Conference 2017, 28-29 Nov 2017, Nottingham, UK.
Wilson, Laura J. and Cockburn, Emma and Paice, Katherine and Sinclair, Scott and Faki, Tanwir and Hills, Frank and Gondek, Marcela B. and Wood, Alyssa and Dimitriou, Lygeri (2018) Recovery following a marathon: a comparison of cold water immersion, whole body cryotherapy and a placebo control. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 118 (1). pp. 153-163. ISSN 1439-6319