- Faculty of Life Sciences and Education
- Research Student
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science
Tom is presently fulfilling his role as a research student.
He graduated in 2016 with a first class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science. Throughout his time as an undergraduate Tom represented the University rugby team, while also competing for his local cricket team during the summer breaks. He showed particular interests in Physiology and Biomechanics while completing his undergraduate degree.
Upon finishing his studies Tom decided to pursue his interests further, and was subsequently awarded a full time PhD studentship in the Neurovascular Research Laboratory to investigate the neuroprotective benefits of exercise. Tom is currently undertaking this project while assisting his fellow PhD students, Tom Owens and Benjamin Stacey, in completing their respective research projects.
Damian M. Bailey, Thomas S. Owens and Thomas A. Calverley. Letter by Bailey et al Regarding Article, “Cerebral Perfusion and the Risk of Dementia: A Population-Based Study”. Circulation, 2018. Link: http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/137/13/1414
Damian M. Bailey, Thomas A. Calverley and Martin Steggall. Exercise and the older brain: Trump should walk rather than take the buggy on the golf course. BMJ, 2018. Link: https://www.bmj.com/content/360/bmj.k1259
Damian M. Bailey, Thomas A. Calverley, Christopher J. Marley and Martin Steggall. Letter to the Editor “Temporal trend in dementia incidence since 2002 and projections for prevalence in England and Wales to 2040: modelling study.” BMJ, 2018. Link: http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j2856/rr-1
Damian M. Bailey, Thomas A. Calverley, Christopher J. Marley, Benjamin Stacey, Thomas S. Owens, Lewis Fall, George Rose and Martin Steggall. Letter to the Editor "Physical activity, cognitive decline, and risk of dementia: 28 year follow-up of Whitehall II cohort study. BMJ, 2017. Link: http://www.bmj.com/content/357/bmj.j2709/rr-6
The Physiological Society, 2016 – present
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