More about Dr Eddie Bradley
Dr Eddie Bradley is a Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics in the Department of Sport and Exercise. He is interested in biomechanics in rugby union, with a focus on scrum mechanics and improving safety. He is currently looking at the assessment of rugby scrums in the Six Nations and the effect of rule changes, the measurement of contact location on front row players, and identifying cognitive impairment after collisions. Additionally, he is involved with the measurement of player demands using GPS sensors and performance in the RFU Women’s Rugby Premiership.
Further areas of interest include cycling biomechanics, including the analysis of asymmetric chainrings, computer modelling of injury mechanics and equipment design, application of physical activity at festivals, and the analysis of multi-event sports.