As part of my post-doctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania, I completed studies investigating the effects of whole-body vibration, and have continued research in this area since starting my role at the University of Exeter. This work, and the methods used are different but complimentary to my other spine research, and rather than focusing on tissue and organ level biomechanics and mechanobiology, this research into whole-body vibration and the human response to vibration generally has a more whole-body level approach.

Current projects are focused on vibration in cycling, and ways that it can be minimised through improvements in equipment and bike set-up, and working with Genevieve Williams in the Department of Public Health and Sports Science to understand more about how exposure to vibration affects executive function, with an initial focus on the acute effects of vibration from downhill mountain biking.