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- Research Associate
- Epidemiology & Public Health
- Institute of Epidemiology & Health
- Faculty of Population Health Sciences
Lee studied a BSc in
Applied Sport Science at Loughborough University and continued on there
to complete an MSc in Physical Activity and Health. Where he carried out
research investigating how micro level features of the physical
environment influence physical activity behaviour.
Lee then moved to the University of Cambridge to study a PhD in Epidemiology of Physical Activity and the Physical Environment. During his time at Cambridge his research focused on the influences on active travel in children and adolescents, in particular examining the influences of independent mobility and the physical environment.
At UCL Lee is one of the researchers on Active Buildings, a project to model the relationship between workplace layout and physical activity.