Kat Paice is a lecturer in sport and exercise physiology (external).
Kate Paice holds a MSc Sport and Exercise Physiology from Middlesex University, BSc Physiological Science from University of Bristol, and PGCHE, London Metropolitan University. ASCC, UKSCA.
Educational and professional history
Kat completed her Bachelors at the University of Bristol in 2013 and went on to graduate with a distinction in her MSc in 2016 from Middlesex University.
She started at London Metropolitan in 2015, teaching undergraduate sport and exercise physiology. She is also a research assistant at Middlesex University, where she works with postgraduate nutrition and strength and conditioning students.
Current research and work
Kat is in the process of developing several pieces of research, including publishing her Masters thesis on the "Effects of cold water immersion on muscle damage and recovery in marathon runners" and research on Olympic table tennis players. She assists with the fitness and body composition testing for Saracens Rugby Union and Queens Park Rangers Football teams and academies. She is currently working towards her Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach status with the UKSCA and her PGCHE.
A keen gym-goer, Kat is currently developing her weightlifting abilities. Her favourite spectator sports are the Six Nations, Wimbledon and the Olympics.
- Sports Therapy MSc
- Personal Training with Strength and Conditioning (Top-up) BSc (Hons)
- Physical Education and Coaching (Top-up) BSc (Hons)
- Physical Education and Football Coaching with Arsenal in the Community FdSc
- Sport and Exercise Science BSc (Hons)
- Sport Psychology, Coaching and Physical Education BSc (Hons)
- Sports and Dance Therapy BSc (Hons)
- Sports Science Extended Degree BSc (Hons)
- Sports Therapy Extended Degree BSc (Hons)
- Sports Therapy BSc (Hons)
- Essential Principles in Sports Science (ST4001)
- Sports Anatomy and Physiology (ST4002)
- Sports Physiology (ST5001)
- Sports and Dance Physiology (ST5005)
- Advanced Applied Sports Physiology (ST6005)
- Applied Principles of Sports Physiology (ST6055)
- Biomedical Implications of Exercise (ST6061)
- Professional Practice in Sports Performance (ST6W62)
- Effect of cold water immersion on muscle damage and recovery
- Monitoring of physique models during competition
- Determining physiological characteristics of elite table tennis players
- Effect of cherry juice on pulmonary inflammation of endurance runners