Phil Carvil

Phil Carvil

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Previously to my time at King’s College, I was an associate lecturer at the University of Chichester specialising in exercise & health science, working alongside as an athletic coach and health mentor for Nuffield Health. This allowed me to apply my physiological skillset in the field working with a spectrum of clientele from clinical patients to marathon des Sables runners.

Since graduating in 2012, I have been contributing to the development of the gravity loading countermeasure skinsuit, a European Space Agency project that commenced during my masters. This progressed into a 3-year PhD funded by ESA's NPI program, under the supervision of Dr David A Green and Professors Thais Russsomano and Alan Breen, within the Centre of Human & Applied Physiological Sciences (CHAPS).

Since May 2014-2018, I had the pleasure of working for King's Health Partners' as clinical academic group development manager, contributing to the development of the tripartite mission, through the supporting research mapping and strategic intiatives related to KHP's institutes program and Clinical Academic Group’s. 

I currently maintain an honorary position at King's whilst working for the Science and Technology Facilities Council as their MedTech Cluster Development Manager. 

 

Academic Qualifications:

PhD King's College London

MSc (Hons) Space Physiology & Health

MSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science

BSc (Hons) Exercise & Health Science - First Class Honours

Associations:

Management Commitee - European Low Gravity Research Assocation

Member - Aerospace Medical Association (2013-Present)

Executive Board Member - UK Space LABS (2012 - Present)

Member/Advanced Instructor - Resister of Exercise Professionals (2006-Present)

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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