Chief Data Scientist
Dr Paul Bradley is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences. He is also a BASES (British Association for Sport and Exercise Sciences) accredited Sports and Exercise Scientist. His general research area is the physiology of intermittent exercise, with special reference to football. His research focuses on the testing and conditioning of elite football players and he is currently collaborating with one of the world's leading research groups in this area at the University of Copenhagen. Recently, he has published a number of research studies in the Journal of Sports Sciences using the ProZone multi-camera computerised tracking system, which allows elite football clubs to track the activity profiles of players. He also developed his practical skills through his four years as a sports scientist at a Premier League football club, testing and conditioning elite players.