Tory graduated from Loughborough University in 2012 with a BSc in Human Biology. A year later, Tory went on to complete the MRes also in Human Biology at Loughborough University. Continuing at the same institution, Tory started her PhD as part of a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in October 2014 and is part of the Physical Activity & Public Health Research Group in the NCSEM.
Reducing workplace sedentary behaviour: a bio-behavioural feedback intervention
Tory’s project focuses on ways to reduce sedentary time in the workplace, especially work environments that present a high risk for sedentary behaviours (e.g. offices with a high computer use). Interventions will include the provision of individual bio-behavioural feedback coupled with environment and organizational elements.