QUALIFICATIONS

PHD (2006) EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
Southern Cross University, New South Wales, Australia
Topic: The effect of endogenous and exogenous oestrogens and progestagens on high intensity physical performance

MASTER OF SCIENCE (1989) RESEARCH, NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
Faculty of Medicine, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (1987) HONOURS, PHYSIOLOGY
Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

EXPERIENCE

Sue has significant physiology experience with many organisations, including:

• The Scottish Institute of Sport, Head Physiologist
• New South Wales Institute of Sport, Consulting Physiologist
• Southern Cross University, Physiology Lecturer
• United States Ski and Snowboard Association, Head Physiologist

She also has professional sport science experience gained with the following organisations:

• The Scottish Institute of Sport, Project Manager
• United States Ski and Snowboard Association, Director of Sport Science
• Southern Cross University, Director of Unitest

Sue has lectured and tutored for the following universities:

• Southern Cross University, New South Wales, Australia
• University of New England, New South Wales, Australia

In addition, Sue has conducted extensive applied research, presented at many conferences and holds coaching accreditations.

Her personal athletic achievements include medals in the 800m, 400m and 200m events at events such as the Utah State Championships, Australian University Games, British Universities Championships, Scottish Championships and others.