Daniel Low joined the Division of Sports, Health and Exercise Sciences at Brunel University London in 2019. He is a Brunel University graduate, completing the Sports Science degree in 2004. He then completed an MSc and PhD in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Exeter, whereby his Masters and Doctorate theses focused on the effect of different playing surfaces and footwear on lower extremity biomechanics of football (soccer) players.
He has a continued research interest in the effects of sports playing surface and footwear on the body, as well as the biomechanical mechanisms behind balance and the effect that exercise, anxiety and ageing has on our ability to remain upright.
During his time as a lecturer at Aberystwyth University, Daniel supervised many undergraduate and post-graduate students including those studying for a PhD; he has also externally and internally examined research students theses. He also regularly reviews for national and international academic journals.
Daniel is a Senior Fellow of the HEA and is accredited by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science for his pedagogical work; he has also developed a number of degree programmes relating to sport and exercise science and biology.
Daniel is a member of staff in the Division of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences, Department of Life Sciences and a member of the Centre for Human Performance, Exercise and Rehabilitation
BSc Sport Science - Brunel University
MSc Sport and Exercise Science - University of Exeter
PhD Sport and Exercise Science (Biomechanics) - University of Exeter
PGCE Post-compulsory Education - Huddersfield University
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Newest selected publications
Walsh, GS., Low, D. and Arkesteijn, M. (2020) 'Stable and unstable load carriage effects on the postural control of older adults.'. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 36 (3). pp. 178 - 185. ISSN: 1065-8483 Open Access Link
Walsh, GS., Low, DC. and Arkesteijn, M. (2018) 'Effect of stable and unstable load carriage on walking gait variability, dynamic stability and muscle activity of older adults'. Journal of Biomechanics, 7317 (May 2018). pp. 18 - 23. ISSN: 0021-9290 Open Access Link
Walsh, GS., Low, DC. and Arkesteijn, M. (2018) 'The effect of prolonged level and uphill walking on the postural control of older adults'. Journal of Biomechanics, 69. pp. 19 - 25. ISSN: 0021-9290 Open Access Link
Low, DC. (2016) 'Reliability of gait related data determined via the shank attached Sensoria smart sock accelerometer during running and walking'. [Poster] Exhibited at. Proceedings of the 2016 British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Conference 16 11 2016
Low, DC., Walsh, GS. and Arkesteijn, M. (2016) 'Effectiveness of Exercise Interventions to Improve Postural Control in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses of Centre of Pressure Measurements'. Sports Medicine, 47 (1). pp. 101 - 112. ISSN: 0112-1642 Open Access Link