BSc (Hons), MSc, FHEA
George has completed a BSc (Hons), and MSc degree in Sport and Exercise Science with a focus on Exercise Physiology. He started employment as a Senior Laboratory Technician and subsequently progressed to Technician Demonstrator followed by Lecturer in Sports and Exercise Science which is his current role at the University. His teaching focus include Exercise Physiology, Nutrition, and Research Methods alongside undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation supervision. He is currently undertaking a PhD titled: Novel biomarkers of vascular oxygen transport; exploring the mechanistic link between impaired cardiopulmonary fitness and post-operative mortality, and morbidity
Alongside his academic studies, George has competed as an international road cyclist and has used this experience in providing physiological support and coaching guidance to endurance athletes, many of whom have become national champions in their chosen discipline. More recently George’s focus has moved towards the mechanistic understanding of oxygen transport and interventions designed to improve post-operative survival in clinical populations.
BSc Sports Studies
MSc Preventative Cardiovascular Medicine (Learna)
Exercise Physiology II
Human Nutrition II
Academic, Research, and Professional Skills
Exercise Physiology III
BSc and MSc Dissertation Supervision
Halligan, C., Davies, R., Funnell, A., Appadurai, I., Rose, G., and Bailey, D. (2018). ‘Does initial clinical impression predict cardiopulmonary exercise testing performance?’. Anaesthesia, 73(S2): 33.
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
Funnell, A., Davies, R., Appadurai, I., Rose, G., and Bailey, D. (2017). ‘Frailty scoring is moderately associated with cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) performance in patients scheduled for major intra-abdominal surgery’. Anaesthesia, 72(S4): 87.
Rose, G. and Owens, T. (2016). ‘Acute dietary nitrate ingestion improves short duration supra-maximal exercise performance in trained cyclists’ Proceedings of Physiology 2016, Dublin.
Rose, G., Davies, R., Appadurai, I., and Bailey, D, M. (2015). ‘Automated detection of the anaerobic threshold overestimates cardiorespiratory fitness in colorectal patients; implications for clinical decision making?’ Proceedings of Physiology 2015, Cardiff.
Rose, G. (2014). ‘The influence of aerobic fitness on the oxygen uptake kinetics of trained cyclists’. Journal of Science and Cycling, 3(2): 47.
Rose, G. (2014). ‘The influence of aerobic fitness on the oxygen uptake kinetics of trained cyclists’. Poster presentation at the 2nd World Congress of Cycling Science 2014. Leeds, July.
Rose, G. (2009). ‘Erasmus exchange experiences with Masaryk University, Faculty of Sports Studies’. Oral presentation at the Newport NEXUS Conference 2009. Newport, June.
Rose, G. (2009). ‘Fitness assessment and physiological development in male youth rugby’. Poster presentation at the All Wales Virtual Institute of Sport Health & Exercise Science (WISHES) 2009. Aberystwyth, July.
Associate Member of the Perioperative Exercise Testing & Training Society (POETTS)
Affiliate Member of the Physiological Society
Professional member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES).
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
2015 – Present. Department of Anaesthetics, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Physical Activity Consultant to the CHALLENGE-UK trial (A phase III study of the impact of a physical activity programme on disease-free survival in patients with high risk stage II or stage III colon cancer: A randomised controlled trial).
Physiological testing for “PROJECT EVEREST CYNLLUN”, Richard Parks.
Physiological and coaching support to Welsh, UK and European champion cyclists
Markers of cardiorespiratory fitness associated with post operative morbidity, and mortality
Physiology of Elite cyclists
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