Andrew Greene

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Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics at the University of Roehampton in London. I lecture into both the BSc and MSc degrees and an involved in research related to lower limb and foot mechanics, landing and injury mechanics, injury screening and surveillance as well as workload management in elite sport.

I completed a BSc (Hons) Sports Science at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK and MSc Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Sydney. I undertook a PhD in biomechanics at the University of Sydney in conjunction with the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS). After completing my PhD in 2009, I was employed as Post-Doctoral Researcher on a ARC linkage grant research project. The project examined the effect of footwear on the mechanics of the feet in both adults and children and involved working with an industry leading partner. I undertook the roles of chief investigator and project manager.

In 2012 I joined the innovative team at the Postgraduate Medical Institute (PMI) at Anglia Ruskin University and worked with the world renowned St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns. The aim of the project was to apply research to the wider community and to provide insight and guidance within a clinical and medical setting using motion analysis technologies to provide feedback and enhance the understanding of the effects of surgical interventions.

In 2016, I made the decision to move back into the field of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Roehampton and have since returned to focussing on the application of biomechanics and sports science in the sporting field.  My specific area of focus is that of female football (soccer) where alongside my role at Roehampton, I am also the Head of Performance at Crystal Palace Football Club - Womens First Team.  

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