Lindsay is a researcher currently completing a Ph.D. at UCLan with her director of studies from the RACES team.
After completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph in Canada, Lindsay moved to the UK to pursue a Masters degree at the University of the West of England, Hartpury College in 2011. Her MSc research was published in Comparative Exercise Physiology recently. Lindsay joined UCLan in October 2013 to begin a PhD investigating muscle activity patterns in the jumping horse and how this information may inform current training programmes. Her PhD research is an extension of her MSc work, which was a preliminary study investigating muscle activity during the different phases of the equine jump technique. Outside of the research world, Lindsay teaches part time on an Equine Management HND and has previously competed in Show Jumping competitions with her horse in Canada.
- Kinematic measurement and analysis
- 2014 – University Certificate HE: Teaching Toolkit. HEA Associate, SD1
- 2012 – MSc Equine Science – University of the West of England, Hartpury College
- 2011 – BSc (Hons) Bachelor Bio Resource Management, Equine Management – University of Guelph.
View Lindsay’s Master’s Research.