Nduka Okwose
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Dr Nduka Okwose joined the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences of Coventry University in March 2021 as a Research Fellow in the Cardiovascular and Lifestyle Medicine Research Theme. He is passionate about lifestyle medicine specifically, the role of physical activity, exercise and nutrition in the prevention and management of cardiovascular and metabolic disease. His PhD studies were fully contextualised within the Active-at-Home Heart Failure study in which he managed and coordinated a clinical study which involved a personalised physical activity intervention for stable chronic heart failure patients. Nduka was appointed to his first postdoctoral Research Associate role at Newcastle University in July 2018, immediately after his doctoral studies and held Honorary Research Fellow position at the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust. He is actively involved in public engagement and advocacy for healthy lifestyle and has organised events for secondary school pupils and for patients living with cardiovascular disease. He was part of the research team which designed the 2017 BBC documentary 'How to stay Young' which aired in the UK and Hong Kong.

Research Interests

Nduka has vast experience in the design, assessment and implementation of physical activity and exercise interventions in ageing and heart failure. He has also carried out extensive research evaluating non-invasive technologies used to assess haemodynamic function. He is very keen to develop exercise and nutrition interventions targetting people living with metabolic syndrome and type2 diabetes with particular focus on ethnic minority populations.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Cardiovascular and Exercise Physiology, Newcastle University

Award Date: 12 Jun 2018

MSc, Medical Physiology, University of East London

Award Date: 10 Oct 2012

BSc, Human Physiology, University of Port Harcourt

Award Date: 15 Mar 2010

External positions

Associate Researcher, Newcastle University

8 Mar 202130 Nov 2023


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