Director of Research, Cambridge Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences and Senior Lecturer in Exercise Medicine
Lee researches ways in which we can increase levels of physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour across the lifespan and within special populations. He has led on research grants and published extensively in this area.
- Physical activity promotion
- Sedentary behaviour reduction
- The relationship between physical activity and health
- The relationship between sedentary behaviour and health
- The role of physical activity in cancer survivorship
Lee has a PhD in Epidemiology, University of Cambridge, an MSc in Physical Activity and Health and a BSc in Applied Sport Science, both from Loughborough University.