Stacey Draper is an associate member of the PPARG and is conducting her doctoral research in physical activity and pregnancy, with particular interest in assisted reproductive treatments. She is exploring the effect of being physically active during assisted reproductive treatments, investigating current perceptions and fears about being active and documenting the need for appropriate guidelines to address this population.
Stacey is currently working as a research assistant for Spear after recently graduating from CCCU with an MSc in Applied Exercise and Health Science. She also holds a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science and has a keen interest in health psychology.
Her previous work experience consists of working in a gym environment as a gym instructor and personal trainer before going on to teacher PE at primary and secondary schools. Stacey now aspires to gain her PhD and work in academia.