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Dr Mick Wilkinson

Senior Lecturer

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

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Dr Mick Wilkinson has been lecturing in Sport and Exercise Science at institutions across the UK since 1999, joining the department at Northumbria in 2005.

Teaching responsibilities are predominantly in the area of research methods and statistics since becoming a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society in 2011. Dr Wilkinson has designed and leads research methods modules at level 4, 5 and Masters level. His administration role is research ethics coordinator in the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation for staff and PGR students.   

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Twitter: @NUSportEx

Campus Address

Northumberland Building
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Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Differences in stride length and lower limb moments of recreational runners during over-ground running while barefoot, in minimalist and in maximalist running shoes, Stoneham, R., Barry, G., Saxby, L., Waters, L., Wilkinson, M. 1 Feb 2021, In: Footwear Science
  • Effects of Mindfulness Practice on Performance and Factors Related to Performance in Long-Distance Running: A Systematic Review, Corbally, L., Wilkinson, M., Fothergill, M. 1 Dec 2020, In: Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology
  • Exercise training for lung transplant candidates and recipients: a systematic review, Hume, E., Ward, L., Wilkinson, M., Manifield, J., Clark, S., Vogiatzis, I. 31 Dec 2020, In: European Respiratory Review
  • The influence of great toe valgus on pronation and frontal plane knee motion during running, Stoneham, R., Barry, G., Saxby, L., Wilkinson, M. 31 Mar 2020
  • Effect of time on biomechanics during exercise on the functional re-adaptive exercise device, Winnard, A., Debuse, D., Wilkinson, M., Parmar, A., Schuren, T., Caplan, N. 17 Sep 2019, In: Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Estimation versus falsification approaches in sport and exercise science, Wilkinson, M., Winter, E. 2019, In: Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Measurement error of 3-D kinematic and kinetic measures during overground endurance running in recreational runners between two test sessions separated by 48 hours., Stoneham, R., Barry, G., Saxby, L., Wilkinson, M. 22 Feb 2019, In: Physiological Measurement
  • Feet and Footwear: Applying Biological Design and Mismatch Theory to Running Injuries, Michael, W., Richard, S., Lee, S. 7 May 2018, In: International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine
  • Textured insoles reduce vertical loading rate and increase subjective plantar sensation in overground running, Wilkinson, M., Ewen, A., Caplan, N., O'Leary, D., Smith, N., Stoneham, R., Saxby, L. 2018, In: European Journal of Sport Science
  • Exploring the performance reserve: Effect of different magnitudes of power output deception on 4,000 m cycling time-trial performance, Stone, M., Thomas, K., Wilkinson, M., Stevenson, E., St. Clair Gibson, A., Jones, A., Thompson, K. 9 Mar 2017, In: PLoS One

PGR Supervision

Richard Stoneham The effects of foot structure, footwear and technique on knee joint loads in over ground running Start Date: 01/10/2015 End Date: 24/10/2019


  • Sport PhD January 31 2009
  • Sports Science MSc September 01 1996
  • Sports Studies BA (Hons) September 01 1992

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