Personal details

Professor Fiona Naumann
Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching
Faculty of Health,
Faculty - Health
IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Exercise and Nutrition - HDHS
Discipline *
Human Movement and Sports Science
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Identifiers and profiles

PhD (University of Melbourne)

Professional memberships
and associations

Exercise and Sports Science Australia

Higher Education Academy Principal Fellow

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Fiona Naumann is a Professor of Exercise Physiology at Queensland University of Technology, within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences. Fiona also holds the senior position of Discipline Lead for the Exercise Physiology Program with over 18 years tertiary lecturing experience in the area of clinical exercise physiology and rehabilitation area. Her clinical research interests include exercise for cancer management and rehabilitation and has specialised research interests within the breast, prostate, brain, pediatrics and ovarian cancer. In 2016, she was awarded a Fellow of Exercise and Sports Science Australia in recognition to her outstanding contributions to the profession.

Fiona also holds a role within the Faculty of Health, Director Teaching and Learning Innovation. In 2017, she was recognised as a Principle Fellow within the Higher Education Academy and awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. Fiona is also the current chair of the Exercise and Sports Science Australia Accreditation Council, with research interests in the field of clinical teaching, learning and assessment and blended learning in Higher Education.
Research Interests

  • Teaching and Learning Innovation
  • Exercise Physiology Clinical Assessment
  • Blended Learning in Higher Education
  • Exercise for Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Exercise during the treatment for cancer
This information has been contributed by Professor Fiona Naumann.