Jake Shelley

Research project: Anti-doping for the 21st century and beyond


My project takes on an holistic approach to anti-doping and follows the notion that effective anti-doping must have equal focus on prevention through education and doping control. My research will combine qualitative and quantitative methods to explore anti-doping from several angles, and will generate evidence-based solutions to the many problems posed by doping in elite sport. 

  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: Anti-doping for the 21st century and beyond
  • Research supervisor: Professor Andrea Petroczi


I am a PhD student at Kingston University researching meaningful anti-doping education and best-practice doping control to develop an evidence-based new anti-doping model under the supervision of Professor Andrea Petróczi.

Areas of research interest

  • Anti-doping
  • Biochemistry
  • Exercise physiology


  • MSc in Exercise Science (University of New Mexico, 2015)
  • MBiochem in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry (University of Oxford, 2013)