Laura Wilson is a lecturer in Sport Science within the London Sport Institute based at Middlesex University.
Laura specialises in Sport and Exercise Physiology and has particular interests in EIMD, recovery interventions, and the impact of the menstrual cycle on performance. Laura currently module leads the second year Applied Sport and Exercise, as well as the third year dissertation module which is delivered to students on all Sport Science pathways.
Laura supervises a number of students on the MSc Applied Nutrition programme, and currently has a PhD student investigating the impact of the Mayor's Golden Kilometre on physical literacy in school-aged children.
Laura has an emerging research profile with a focus on EIMD and recovery interventions following strenuous exercise.
You can follow Laura on Twitter https://twitter.com/Laura_Wilson1 or ResearchGate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Laura_Wilson18
Dervish, R. A. and Wilson, Laura J. and Curtis, Christopher (2022) Investigating the prevalence of low energy availability, disordered eating and eating disorders in competitive and recreational female endurance runners. European Journal of Sport Science . ISSN 1746-1391 (Accepted/In press)
Wood, T. J. and Wilson, Laura J. and Curtis, Christopher (2022) Quantifying frequency of use of methods of body mass loss in competing UK powerlifters. Performance Enhancement & Health . ISSN 2211-2669 (Published online first)
Wilson, Laura J. and Dimitriou, Lygeri and Hills, Frank and Gondek, Marcela B. and van Wyk, Aléchia and Turek, Vlad and Rivkin, Taylor and Villiere, Alexandre and Jarvis, Paul and Miller, Stuart C. and Turner, Anthony N. and Cockburn, Emma (2021) Cold water immersion offers no functional or perceptual benefit compared to a sham intervention during a resistance training program. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research , 35 (10). pp. 2720-2727. ISSN 1064-8011
Robert Jose Sharps, Francis and Wilson, Laura J. and Anna-Marie Graham, Catherine and Curtis, Christopher (2021) Prevalence of disordered eating, eating disorders and risk of low energy availability in professional, competitive and recreational female athletes based in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Sport Science . pp. 1-22. ISSN 1746-1391 (Published online first)
Wilson, Laura J. and Dimitriou, Lygeri and Hills, Frank and Gondek, Marcela B. and van Wyk, Aléchia and Turek, Vlad and Rivkin, Taylor and Villiere, Alex and Jarvis, Paul and Miller, Stuart C. and Turner, Anthony N. and Cockburn, Emma (2020) A pilot study to determine whether repeated post-exercise cryotherapy exposure augments physiological and perceptual responses to cold. In: 25th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, 28 - 30 Oct 2020, Virtual (due to Covid-19), initial venue Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain.