Inhyang Choi (Alice)

Inhyang Choi (Alice)

School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
Doctoral Researcher

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School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

PhD Title: Disability sport and activist identities: A comparison of Eastern and Western.

Supervisors: Professor Brett Smith (90%) and Dr Ian Boardley (10%) 


  • MSc Exercise and sport sciences, University of Birmingham, 2015 - 2016
  • BA Physical Education, Sook-Myung Women’s University, 2010 - 2015


Inhyang Choi graduated undergraduate degree Physical Education with 2 years of academic excellent scholarship at Sook-Myung Women’s University in South Korea. She has various certificates: Qualified Physical Education teacher, Sports massage, Exercise prescription, Swimming referee, First aid and CPR. Also, she accepted the application for patent regarding utility and design of volleyball pillar in 2014.

For her Master degree, she completed MSc Exercise and Sport Sciences in University of Birmingham and her dissertation title is the motivators and barriers to participation in extracurricular activity: A study of Asian Master’s studies. 

Inhyang Choi recently started a PhD working the supervision of Professor Brett Smith.


 Research interests:

  • Disability and physical activity
  • Paralympics identities
  • Cultural Psychology
  • Qualitative research