SEEK: Salford Environment for Expertise and Knowledge
Dr Carina Price
Dr Carina Price
postal addressPO33 Brian Blatchford Building.
email addressc.l.price@salford.ac.uk
telephone56883
Key Memberships
From April 2009 to September 2010.
From April 2009 to September 2011.
Full Member of Research Centre: Centres for Health Sciences Research
From September 2015 to present.
Profile Summary

Carina Price is a sport scientist by background and a researcher in the theme of foot and ankle. She completed her PhD via publication focusing on footwear biomechanics principles in retail footwear and has worked on a variety of footwear biomechanics projects utilising plantar pressure systems, scanners, ultrasound, 3D motion analysis and electromyography. Currently she splits her time between collaborative footwear projects with industry partners (Clarks and Wearer-Tech) and a 5 year collaborative research programme investigating children’s foot health, specifically the changes in foot structure and function that occur during the development of independent walking. Carina has taken on several roles within the department including being a member of the Research Ethics Committee and chairing the Early Career Research Group. Currently she is the higher education lead for the University for the Arthritis Research UK Internship programme. She regularly presents at international conferences relating to the foot and footwear.

Key Qualifications
2007
2006
2014
Key Projects
2018
Mar
KTP with Toffeln Ltd (2)
Innovate UK, £221,832.00.
Principal Investigator: C Nester (30%). Co-Investigator: C Price (70%).
2018
Mar
KTP with Clarks
Innovate UK, £220,227.00.
Principal Investigator: C Nester (30%). Co-Investigator: C Price (70%).
2015
Dec
Nurse and AHP research career development internship scheme
Arthritis Research UK, £6,900.00.
Principal Investigator: C Price (60%). Co-Investigators: R Jones (15%), A Williams (25%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Other Journal Articles
Poster Presentations
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2014
Feb
Conference Presentations
2018
Apr

 

Kinematic mechanisms controlling heel velocity in late swing in healthy human ... more >>.

2017
Jul
2016
Jun
2016
Jun
2015
Jul
2014
Apr
2010
Sep
Invited Papers and Lectures
2017
Nov

 Through infancy, the foot develops an increasingly important role for supporting infants to engage, explore and interact with their environment. Understanding how the foot changes d... more >>.

2015
Jul
2014
Nov
Other
2015
Jul

Conference Session Chair