PhD - Exercise Physiology
Research and teaching
Cancer-related fatigue in cancer survivors and exercise
- Exercise Physiology & Nutrition in Health & Sport:
- Exercise Physiology
- Neuromuscular Function
- Psychosocial Aspects of Health & Sport:
- Physical Activity for Cancer Survivors
Twomey's post-doctoral research investigates cancer-related fatigue in cancer survivors, and the use of exercise interventions for cancer-related fatigue. She is also interested in the use of non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS and tDCS) in exercise science.
Rosie is also a TRACTION (Training in Research and Clinical Trials in Oncology) fellow.
Rosemary has a PhD in the neurophysiology of fatigue and a BSc (Hons) in Sport & Exercise Science. She accepted an academic position at Northumbria University (UK) as a lecturer in Sport & Exercise Physiology before making the move to Canada to join the Neuromuscular Fatigue Lab in December 2016