Title of thesis: Investigating Racial Differences in Vascular Responses to Passive Heating
David obtained his undergraduate degree in Applied Sports and Exercise Science at Robert Gordon University in 2020. During his degree, he completed an 18-month research internship at Edinburgh University's Physical Activity for Health Research Centre. Following this, he graduated with an MSc in Exercise Physiology from Loughborough University in 2021, publishing his research project. David's PhD research focuses on racial differences in vascular responses to passive heating. Alongside this, he is a Scientific Consultant for a healthcare diagnostics company.