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Jun 1, 2030 1:00 PM — 3:00 PM
Wowchemy HQ
450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
Click on the Slides button above to view the built-in slides feature.

Slides can be added in a few ways:

  • Create slides using Wowchemy’s Slides feature and link using slides parameter in the front matter of the talk file
  • Upload an existing slide deck to static/ and link using url_slides parameter in the front matter of the talk file
  • Embed your slides (e.g. Google Slides) or presentation video on this page using shortcodes.

Further event details, including page elements such as image galleries, can be added to the body of this page.

James Steele
James Steele
Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science

James is Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Solent University, and Director of Steele Research Ltd. He has extensive research and consultancy experience in physical activity, exercise, and sport; working with elite athletes across a range of sports, the general population across the lifespan, and both those who are healthy and living with disease. His experiences are varied and interdisciplinary with a focus on problem solving across domains; as such he has expertise in a wide range of research methodologies, study designs, and both quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method approaches to data analysis and synthesis. James has led across numerous large research projects both within academia and the public and private sectors, published and provided invited talks across a range of areas relating to physical activity, exercise, and sport, served on a number of national expert panels and working groups, is an editor and reviewer for several journals, and has been involved in the founding of several societies within the field.