- Position: Lecturer in Applied Physiology
- Areas of expertise: Clinical Exercise Physiology, Strength Training for Disease, Echocardiography & Cardiopulmonary Exercise Stress Testing, Heart Failure, Arrhythmias, Pacemakers, Physical Activity for Health
- Email: H.Campbell1@leeds.ac.uk
- Location: 7.60a Garstang Building
- Website: LinkedIn | Researchgate | ORCID
I relocated to Leeds from Australia in 2022 to take on a teaching and scholarship position in the School of Biomedical Science.
I am a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, obtaining an Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) accredited undergradute degree in Australia. I have worked with many patients including cardiometabolic, mental health and musculoskeletal. I am an advocate for exercise for prevention and medicine for clinical disease and longevity.
I completed my PhD in Heart Failure. My original research was in diastolic echocardiography exercise stress testing for patients with indetermined diagnoses or early stage disease. The COVID-19 pandemic forced a change in focus leading to my PhD submission in Chronotropy in Heart Failure.
Throughout my doctorate I took on academic teaching roles across plant physiology, molecular and cellular biology, nursing and medicine. I have developed an interest in how we structure degrees and teach complex physiological concepts through active learning and digital technologies and the important of student feedback.
I am also interested in the application of sports and exercise science and physiology on the global stage and its impact on the challenges facing the global population.
- Curriculum Redefined
- Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction
- Thermal Therapy in Health and Disease
- Pedagogy in Physiology
- Exercise and Sports Science in Global Challenges
- PhD in Clinical Physiology
- Honours (First Class) Clinical Exercise Physiology
- Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
- The Physiological Society
- The American Physiological Society
- British Association of Sports and Exercise Science (BASES)