Dr. Sue Robson 
Chief Operating Officer 

Sue joined Fusion Sport in 2014 after four years as head of Physiology at the Scottish Institute of Sport, where she was the primary driver and architect of the institute’s National Data Management System (built using SMARTABASE).  Prior to the institute, Sue was the Director of Sport Science for the US Ski Team, where she had also designed and implemented a number of systems for athlete data management.

Sue was also instrumental in the nation wide adoption of SMARTABASE AMS with the Australian Institute of Sport.  Sue’s particular interests are Neurophysiology and Female Athlete Physiology but brings to the business a  tremendous amount of experience in all areas of Sport Science.

In Sue’s role of managing Fusion Sport operations, ensuring the effective delivery of products and services and continued growth of the market.


Sue has significant physiology experience with many organisations, including:

• The Scottish Institute of Sport, Head Physiologist
• New South Wales Institute of Sport, Consulting Physiologist
• Southern Cross University, Physiology Lecturer
• United States Ski and Snowboard Association, Head Physiologist

She also has professional sport science experience gained with the following organisations:

• The Scottish Institute of Sport, Project Manager
• United States Ski and Snowboard Association, Director of Sport Science
• Southern Cross University, Director of Unitest

Sue has lectured and tutored for the following universities:

• Southern Cross University, New South Wales, Australia
• University of New England, New South Wales, Australia

In addition, Sue has conducted extensive applied research, presented at many conferences and holds coaching accreditations.

Her personal athletic achievements include medals in the 800m, 400m and 200m events at events such as the Utah State Championships, Australian University Games, British Universities Championships, Scottish Championships and others.


Southern Cross University, New South Wales, Australia
Topic: The effect of endogenous and exogenous oestrogens and progestagens on high intensity physical performance

Faculty of Medicine, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom