Stuart graduated in Physiology and Sports Science from the University of Glasgow before undertaking a PhD entitled "Temperature and in vivo human skeletal muscle function and metabolism" at the University of Strathclyde(2007). Stuart remained at the University of Strathclyde as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow before moving to Loughborough University, one of the leading places in the UK for Exercise Physiology, to take up a Senior Research-Associate position. Stuart joined the Institute of Medical Sciences in November 2008 as a Lecturer in Exercise Physiology and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2014. He leads a laboratory investigating exercise and nutritional strategies to counteract the loss of muscle mass and function with age. Stuart is also involved in outreach activities, having presented on topics related to exercise and health to a wide variety of public groups.
Working Group: Health and Wellbeing