Nuno joined Brunel University London in September 2013. In 2017, Nuno was awarded a BSc (Hons) in Sport, Health & Exercises Sciences (Human Performance) with Professional Practice. During his undergraduate course, he underwent an Erasmus+ Traineeship at INEF, Technical University of Madrid, Spain, where he worked as a research assistant in a physiology laboratory. Following this 9 month spell, he was able to present his research via a mini-oral presentation at the 2016 ECSS Conference in Vienna, Austria. Moreover, he was awarded the Charles Lipton Prize Award for Academic and Sporting Excellence. Following his graduation, Nuno decided to stay at Brunel to complete a MSc in Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences where he graduated with a Distinction and won the prize for Best Dissertation in Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences. Nuno is now affiliated with The Centre for Human Performance, Exercise and Rehabilitation, where he is undergoing a PhD in Cardiovascular Physiology. More specifically, Nuno is investigating the haemodynamic responses to heat stress in humans.