The Institute of Health and Wellbeing

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing Research brings together research expertise from across the University to support applied research and innovation in health, wellbeing and human performance. Key themes of expertise include:

Integrated Care and Population Health

Cancer Survivorship

Sport Performance and Exercise Sciences

Research into Practice-led Education

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing Research benefits from strong partnerships with other organisations across academia, healthcare, business and public society. Our research and evaluation services respond to key health and wellbeing challenges, and lead to innovation across many disciplines of human performance. Our aim is to make a meaningful contribution to the local, national, and where possible international community.

We also aim to provide a supportive environment for our postgraduate research students, and we particularly welcome applications for PhD study within our areas of expertise.



Projects and Publications

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Members and Visiting Academics

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School of Health and Sports Sciences

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Professor Chantal Ski has over 20 years clinical and research experience in the development and evaluation of health service models of care for patients and families affected by cardiovascular and related conditions. With a keen interest in co-design and patient and public involveme...

Marco is an Associate Professor with an international reputation who plays a very active role as a supervisor in the PhD programme in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Suffolk.  He is an Associate Editor of The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (USA), as...

Dr Gavin Devereux is an Associate Professor in the Department of Science and Technology, and is the Director of Sport Sciences and Coaching. Gavin is an exercise physiologist, with a research background in understanding how blood pressure is regulated during exercise, as well as ...

Andreea has worked for the University of Suffolk since September 2010 as a Research Associate. She became a Senior Research Associate in 2013. Since August 2014, Andreea has acted as the University of Suffolk Research Development Manager. She has a Master degree in Quantitative Ec...

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