Lead Research Associate - Physical Activity, Research and Implementation, University hospitals of Leicester
Dr Louisa Herring is the Physical Activity, Research and Implementation Lead Research Associate in the NIHR Leicester Biomedical Research Centre at the Leicester Diabetes Centre. In this role Dr Herring researches in the area of physical activity and clinical populations (obesity and multiple other long term conditions [LTCs]) and leads the translation of physical activity research into implementable tools for people living with or at risk of LTCs. Dr Herring achieved her PhD in Physical Activity, Lifestyle and Bariatric Surgery from Loughborough University whilst concurrently working as the exercise expert in an NHS weight management service. Dr Herring has undertaken multiple trials to increase activity and/or improve fitness and function in individuals living with LTCs. Focusing more recently on the 24-hour physical behaviours and utilising technology to measure, monitor and promote personalised physical activity for individuals living with or at risk of long LTCs.
11-Oct-2023Best Practice in Diabetes TheatreLifestyle as a component for managing type 2 diabetes: exploring 24 hour health behaviours