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Dr Stuart Goodall

Senior Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Hls Staff Profile Stuart Goodall 255After completing a BSc in Sport Science, Stuart stayed on to complete an MSc in Applied Sport Science at St. Mary's University College. Stuart then studied for a PhD within the Centre for Sports Medicine and Human Performance at Brunel University before taking up a Research Associate post at Northumbria in February 2011. Stuart began a permanent member of the academic staff in October 2012.

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Campus Address

Northumberland Building
City Campus


  • Sports Science PhD February 01 2011
  • Sports Science MSc September 01 2005
  • Sports Science BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science July 15 2005
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015
  • Information not provided British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) 2011
  • Information not provided European College of Sport Science (ECSS) 2011

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Exploring the Efficacy of a Safe Cryotherapy Alternative, Kwiecien, S., McHugh, M., Goodall, S., Hicks, K., Hunter, A., Howatson, G. 8 Apr 2019, In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • Reliability of Traditional and Task Specific Reference tasks to assess Peak Muscle Activation during two different Sprint Cycling Tests, Kordi, M., Folland, J., Goodall, S., Barratt, P., Howatson, G. 14 Mar 2019, In: Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
  • Menstrual cycle associated modulations in neuromuscular function and fatigability of the knee extensors in eumenorrheic females, Ansdell, P., Brownstein, C., Škarabot, J., Hicks, K., Simoes, D., Thomas, K., Howatson, G., Hunter, S., Goodall, S. 7 Mar 2019, In: Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Reduced corticospinal responses in older compared to younger adults during submaximal isometric, shortening and lengthening contractions, Škarabot, J., Ansdell, P., Brownstein, C., Hicks, K., Howatson, G., Goodall, S., Durbaba, R. 7 Feb 2019, In: Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Electrical stimulation of human corticospinal axons at the level of the lumbar spinal segments, Škarabot, J., Ansdell, P., Brownstein, C., Thomas, K., Howatson, G., Goodall, S., Durbaba, R. 27 Dec 2018, In: European Journal of Neuroscience
  • Corticospinal excitability during shortening and lengthening actions with incremental torque output, Škarabot, J., Tallent, J., Goodall, S., Durbaba, R., Howatson, G. 1 Dec 2018, In: Experimental Physiology
  • Neuromuscular Fatigue and Recovery after Heavy Resistance, Jump, and Sprint Training, Thomas, K., Brownstein, C., Dent, J., Parker, P., Goodall, S., Howatson, G. 1 Dec 2018, In: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
  • The effect of hot and cold drinks on thermoregulation, perception and performance: the role of the gut in thermoreception, Barwood, M., Goodall, S., Bateman, J. Dec 2018, In: European Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Repeated Menthol spray application enhances exercise capacity in the heat, Barwood, M., Kupusarevic, J., Goodall, S. 14 Nov 2018, In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • Performance Fatigability Is Not Regulated to A Peripheral Critical Threshold, Thomas, K., Goodall, S., Howatson, G. 1 Oct 2018, In: Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews

PGR Supervision

Paul Ansdell Sex differences in neuromuscular fatigue Start: 01/10/2016


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