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George Pamboris
Lecturer, Physiotherapy
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Academic Qualifications
Qualification Year Awarding Institution Department Thesis title (Optional Entry)
PhD 2013-2018 Brunel University, London, UK Sports Health and Exercise Sciences (Biomechanics) An Investigation into the Mechanisms of Acute Effects of Dynamic Stretching on Ankle Joint Mechanics and Running Economy.
MSc 2009-2011 Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) The acute effects of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretching on the sensorimotor and neuromechanical performance of the knee flexors.
BSc (Hons) 2006-2009 University of Bedfordshire, Luton, UK Sports Therapy The effect of boot mass design on kicking characteristics, including foot velocities and ball velocities during a maximal instep football kick.
Employment History
Period of employment Employer Location Position
From To
2019 2020 European University Cyprus Nicosia Post-doctoral Research Fellow
2016 2017 University of Bedfordshire Luton, UK Part-time Lecturer
2013 2018 Brunel University London, UK PhD Researcher
Publications
Year Title Other authors Journal and Publisher / Conference Vol. Pages
2018 Effects of an acute bout of dynamic stretching on biomechanical properties of the gastrocnemius muscle determined by shear wave elastography. Pamboris, G.M., Noorkoiv, M., Baltzopoulos, V., Gokalp, H., Marzilger, R. and Mohagheghi, A.A. PLoS ONE 13(5) e0196724
2018 Dynamic stretching is not detrimental to neuromechanical and sensorimotor performance of ankle plantarflexors. Pamboris, G.M., Noorkoiv, M., Baltzopoulos, V. and Mohagheghi, A.A. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 00 1–13.
2018 Response to letter to the editor by Diong 2018 “Confidence intervals that cross zero must be interpreted correctly.” Pamboris, G.M., Noorkoiv, M., Baltzopoulos, V. and Mohagheghi, A.A. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports
Exhibitions
Date Topic International / Local Location* Role in Exhibition
July 2016 Shear wave elastography of muscle and tendon after an acute dynamic stretching protocol. ECSS Congress Vienna, Austria Poster Presentation
July 2016 The acute effects of dynamic stretching on the sensorimotor and neuromechanical performance of the ankle plantarflexors. ECSS Congress Vienna, Austria Oral Presentation
March 2009 The effect of boot mass design on kicking characteristics, including foot velocities and ball velocities during a maximal instep football kick. BASES Annual Student Conference University of Hull, UK Poster Presentation
Research Projects
Date Title Funded by Project Role*
December 2019 Muscle fibre response to exercise in Cerebral Palsy Research & Innovation Foundation Researcher
Academic Consulting Services/Councils/Boards/Editorial Committees
Awards/International Recognition
Date Title Awarded by:
2019 TOP DOWNLOADED PAPER 2018-2019 Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports
Other Achievements