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Emeritus Professor Tony Parker
Emeritus Professor
Administrative Services,
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IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Public Health and Social Work - IPTM
Discipline *
Human Movement and Sports Science
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Identifiers and profiles

PhD (University of Oregon), MSc (University of Oregon), BSc (University of Oregon)

Professional memberships
and associations

Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) Fellow Order of Fellows of SMA Member American College of Sports Medicine Member International Federation of Sports Medicine Member Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Vice President International Council for Sports Science & Physical Education Vice President Special Responsibilities : 2000 Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress Chair


Human gait & performance, Olympics - Pre-Olympic Congress (chairman), Sport - children in sport, Sports injury, Sports medicine, Sports science

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


Research InterestsTony is involved in a number of research projects, in the supervision of postgraduate students, and as a lecturer in undergraduate studies. Fundamental research interests lie in the biophysical bases of movement and associated disorders of movement, human growth and development, and functional anatomy, incorporating research ranging from the relationship between fatigue and workplace injury to developing and maintaining the functional capacity of amputees.

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Teaching InterestsTeaching in the areas of functional anatomy, human growth and development, and biophysical bases of movement disorder.Postgraduate Teaching Current Supervision: 2 PhD 2 M.App.Sc 1 B.App.Sc. (Hons.)

This information has been contributed by Emeritus Professor Tony Parker.


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