Georgia is a Research Assistant in the Communities, Work and Income team.
Georgia has an undergraduate and master's degree in Sport and Exercise Science from the University in Bath, specialising in physiology and psychology for sport, exercise and health. Her master’s project involved researching the immediate effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training on blood glucose and insulin sensitivity. This has given Georgia a good grounding in quantitative research methods. Furthermore, Georgia completed a year working for the Surrey Human Performance Institute as a Sport Science Intern. This experience, combined with her degree, has given her a strong understanding of research and practice within the sporting industry.
Since joining NatCen in September 2019, Georgia has worked on a range of mixed methods research projects and hopes to develop her research skills during her time with NatCen. Her research interests include health and activity behaviours, support provision and engagement.