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Scott Sinclair

Dance Science Laboratory Technician and Dance Science Lecturer


Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Faculty of Dance
Laban Building
London SE8 3DZ




Scott has over 5 years-experience working within the Dance Science department as both Laboratory Technician and Physiology lecturer on both postgraduate and undergraduate degrees. He completed his degrees within the realms of Exercise Physiology but has been able to apply his knowledge to the field of dance through teaching, supervising research projects and screening dancers at Trinity Laban and others (Freelancers, Professionals etc). Scott’s current interests within the field are primarily around menstrual function and nutrition and how these factors play a role in the context of health and performance for a dancer.

Qualifications and background

BSc (Hons) Physiology

MSc Sports and Exercise Physiology

Fellowship of Higher Education (FHEA)

Postgraduate diploma Performance Nutrition (Level 7)

International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK) – Level 1

Sports First Aid

Teaching Experience

MSc/MFA Physiology

BSc Physiology

Lab Practicals

MSc Project Supervision


Wilson, L. J., Cockburn, E., Paice, K., Sinclair, S., Faki, T., Hills, F. A., Gondek, M. B., Wood, A.,

& Dimitriou, L. (2018). Recovery following a marathon: A comparison of cold water

immersion, whole body cryotherapy and a placebo control. European Journal of Applied

Physiology, 118(1), 153–163.

Tae-kwon-do World (2nd) and European Championships (1st)