The SHPRC is a new Research centre  at the University of Limerick, dedicated to innovative, interdisciplinary research in sport and human performance. 

It aims to inform national and international best practice and through the creation of national and international networks, achieve global recognition for the quality of its research outputs and graduate students.

On the 26th October 2022, the Sport and Human Performance Research Centre (SHPRC) was formally launched by Lord Sebastian Coe (President of World Athletics). Prior to the launch, Lord Coe, Pierce O'Callaghan (Head of Competition Management at World Athletics), Prof Kirsten Mey (President of the University of Limerick) and many others attended a number of Sport and Human Performance demonstrations in the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences where they informed about ongoing research in the SHPRC by co-directors Prof Giles Warrington and Prof Drew Harrison and the centre's theme leads. 

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27 Sep 2022

Sport and Human Performance Research Centre Launch

The President of World Athletics, Lord Sebastian Coe, will launch the Sport and Human Performance Research Centre (SHPRC) on October 26th at the University of Limerick.
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26 Sep 2022

PhD studentship - Irish Rugby Injury Surveillance

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship funded by the Irish Rugby Football Union to start in January 2023, at the University of Limerick. Deadline: 17.00 Irish time (GMT+1) 21st of October 2022.
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23 Sep 2022

PhD opportunity in esports

Interested in pursuing a PhD where you can become an expert on the neuroscience & biomechanics of esports athletes? Then get in touch for a fully funded PhD opportunity in @EsportsSRL @UL @LeroCentre
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