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Dr Daniel Peart

Senior Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

He started teaching at Teesside University before taking a graduate teaching assistant position at the University of Hull whilst studying for his PhD titled ‘The Leukocyte Expressed Heat Shock Protein Response to Exercise Following the Induction of a Pre-Exercise Alkalosis’. He subsequently contributed to a Higher Education foundation course in Biomedical Science at Sunderland College before becoming Programme Leader for Bioscience and Biochemistry at the University Centre in Scunthorpe.

His main teaching and research interests are in the areas of applied biochemistry and nutrition for health and performance. He also has an interest in Higher Education pedagogy having previously led a project that implemented mobile technologies into the teaching and learning of Biosciences.


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Daniel Peart


Sports Science PhD June 30 2013

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Impaired Insulin Profiles Following a Single Night of Sleep Restriction: The Impact of Acute Sprint Interval Exercise, Sweeney, E., Peart, D., Kyza, I., Harkes, T., Ellis, J., Walshe, I. 1 Mar 2020, In: International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism
  • The effect of acute exercise on environmentally induced symptoms of dry eye, Peart, D., Walshe, I., Sweeney, E., James, E., Henderson, T., O'Doherty, A., McDermott, A. Jan 2020, In: Physiological Reports
  • The effect of carbohydrate mouth rinsing on multiple choice reaction time during amateur boxing, Peart, D., Graham, M., Blades, C., Walshe, I. 1 May 2020, In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • Circulating Endothelial Microparticles Reduce in Concentration Following an Exercise Programme in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Kirk, R., Madden, L., Peart, D., Aye, M., Atkin, S., Vince, R. 29 Mar 2019, In: Frontiers in Endocrinology
  • Use of mobile applications to collect data in sport, health, and exercise science, Peart, D., Balsalobre-Fernández, C., Shaw, M. 1 Apr 2019, In: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
  • A Case Study of Using Mobile Applications and Peripherals to Encourage “Real-Life” Critical Analysis in Human Physiology, Peart, D., Fairhead, O., Stamp, K. 9 Apr 2018, In: Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education
  • High-intensity interval walking in combination with acute green tea extract supplementation reduces postprandial blood glucose concentrations in physically inactive participants, Bulmer, J., McBain, T., Peart, D. 3 Sep 2018, In: Nutrition and Health
  • Aerobic capacity is not improved following 10-day supplementation with peppermint essential oil, Shepherd, K., Peart, D. May 2017, In: Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Coconut water does not improve markers of hydration during sub-maximal exercise and performance in a subsequent time trial compared to water alone, Peart, D., Hensby, A., Shaw, M. 1 Jun 2017, In: International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism
  • Mobile Technology in Higher Education – Give it a Go: A Perspective from Bioscience, Peart, D. 28 Apr 2017, In: Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching

PGR Supervision

  • Jessica Riman Start: 18/01/2021
  • Michael Parr An Exploration Of The Influence Of Mobile Technologies On Undergraduate Physiotherapy Student Learning. Start: 26/02/2020

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