Dr Liam O'Reilly joined Brunel University London in 2021 as a lecturer in Biomechanics. He complete his PhD at the University of Portsmouth with a programme of research which investigated interference between cognitive tasks and vision during walking. This research utilised motion capture for gait analysis, executive function cognitive tasks, and mobile eye-tracking.
In addition to leading and teaching on a range of biomechanics modules, he has previously taught on a range of modules relating to health and exercise prescription, and delivered and assessed industry qualifications in fitness and personal training.
PhD - Thesis: Evaluating Cognitive-Motor Interference During Human LocomotionMRes - ScienceBSc (Hons) - Sport & Exercise Science
Liam is the level 6 lead for Sport, Health and Exercise Science degree pathways and is also a member of the Centre for Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience.