Dr Simon Lack
Queen Mary University London
Simon Lack is the MSc co-ordinator for the Sports and Exercise Medicine masters programme and a lecturer within the WHRI. He completed his PhD in Mar 2017 investigating the interaction of hip and foot biomechanics in the presentation and management of patellofemoral pain. He graduated from Brunel University in 2005 with a first class degree in physiotherapy, and went on to study the MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine at QMUL in 2010. Simon is the Head of Research and a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine and Lead Physiotherapist for the Scholarship Athletic Programme at the University of East London. Previous experience includes junior and senior roles within the NHS, working in New Zealand with professional golfers, local rugby and football teams, and working for both large and small London based private practices.
Why should I study an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine?
This short seminar will introduce the possible reasons why students elect to study for a master of science degree in sports and Exercise Medicine. It will introduce the audience to the skills that can be obtained and developed during the course, the clinical exposures offered and the benefits of undertaking research projects in the field.