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The School of Exercise and Health Sciences is one of the leading groups in the University for research output. A large proportion of the School’s budget is allocated to growing research capacity and our researchers have been highly successful in attracting large amounts of external funding from agencies such as the NHMRC, ARC, Healthway and Cancer Council. Key research areas are child health promotion, cancer treatment and management, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease, human performance and sport, nutrition and health, occupational health and safety and health promotion. Types of research range from basic, applied and translational.

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Occupational Health Research Group

Population Health Research Group

Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research

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