School of Health Sciences and Social Work
Dr Louise Turner
- Role Title: Senior Lecturer
- Address: James Watson West 2 King Richard 1st Road Portsmouth PO1 2FR
- Telephone: 023 92 842892
- Email: email@example.com
- Department: SHSSW
- Faculty: Faculty of Science
I have been an academic member of the University since August 2004, following completion of postgraduate education in Physiology at University College London. My past work experience as a clinical physiologist role. My specialist areas fall in neuroscience, cardiovascular and respiratory physiology. Past and current research has been applied to a number of physiological systems, primarily in the field of neurophysiology/neuroscience. My current research includes; sensori-motor integration during movement, reorganisation of the central nervous system following injury, sleep disorders and most recently the use of respiratory muscle training as an invention in obstructive respiratory disease processes.
2006 – present Course leader BSc. (Hons) Human Physiology.
2010 – present Deputy course leader MSc Clinical Exercise science.
Unit Teaching and Assessment Experience
2004 - present. Provision of teaching/ supervision from foundation to doctorial level, for one to one, small and large group. Delivery of tutorials/ lectures/ seminars/ practicals /workshops and online via virtual class rooms.
2004 - present Unit management , assessment design (both technology and paper based, lecturing and implimentation of level 4, 5 , 6 and 7 units (Current units) in:
Anatomy & Physiology
Biological cell & systems chemistry
Clinical Physiology and nutrition
Applied systems human biology
Respiratory disease & allergy
Biology of the mind
Neurobiology of sleep, memory and reorganisation
Fundamental Topics in Human Physiology
2009- present Supervision of undergraduate, MSc, professional doctorate and PhD
2004 - 2013 Work based Assessor BSc (Hons) Clincial Physiology.
2011 – present: Collaborative grant secured to examine the use of inspiratory muscle training in the management of asthma.