Karah Dring

Karah Dring

Academic Associate

School of Science & Technology

Karah teaches across the undergraduate degree programmes, with an emphasis on physical activity for health, contributing to teaching on the BSc Exercise, Nutrition & Health. Karah is currently completing her PhD, specialising in the role of physical activity in enhancing adolescent cardio-metabolic health and fitness.

Role

Karah teaches across the undergraduate degree programmes, with an emphasis on physical activity for health, contributing to teaching on the BSc Exercise, Nutrition & Health. Karah is currently completing her PhD, specialising in the role of physical activity in enhancing adolescent cardio-metabolic health and fitness.

Research areas

Physical activity, body composition and cardio-metabolic health in adolescents.

The effect of sex on glycaemic and insulinaemic responses during adolescence.

Sponsors and collaborators

Internal Collaborators:

Prof. Mary Nevill, Dr Simon Cooper, Dr John Morris, Dr Caroline Sunderland.

Press expertise

  • Sport and Exercise Science

Course(s) I teach on