Lynneth Stuart-Hill

Lynneth Stuart-Hill
Assistant professor; Kinesiology program leader

PhD (British Columbia)

Office: MCK 132


Dr. Lynneth Stuart-Hill is an assistant professor and the BSc (Kinesiology) program leader. Her areas of research are exercise hematology and immunology; occupational physiology; development of pre-employment physical abilities tests; children and exercise; exercise prescription.

Courses taught

  • EPHE 155 Introduction to Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies
  • EPHE 241 Introduction to Human Systemic Physiotherapy 
  • EPHE 242 Introduction to Human Cellular Physiotherapy

Research interests

  • Exercise hematology and immunology
  • Occupational physiology
  • Development of pre-employment physical abilities tests
  • Children and exercise
  • Exercise prescription

Selected publications

Gibson, J., Stuart-Hill, L. A., Martin, S., & Gaul, C.A. (2011). Nutritional status of junior elite Canadian female soccer athletes. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 21(6), 507-514.

Kellewan, J.M., Stuart-Hill, L.A., & Peterson, S. (2009). The effect of caffeine ingestion on firefighter work capacity. Ergonomics, 52(11), 1445-1454.