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Associate Professor Chris Abbiss is Associate Dean of Research in the School of Medical and Health Sciences and a member of the Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research (CESSR) and the Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sports and its Prevention (ACRISP). His primary research interest centres on applied human physiology and exercise performance, with a focus on cycling, fatigue, thermoregulation, pacing strategies, training modalities and recovery. He collaborates closely with national and international researchers and agencies, including the Australian Institute of Sport, Australian Sport Commission, Cycling Australia, Michelton Scott Professional Cycling, Western Australian Institute of Sport, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth Children’s Hospital and others. He has published over 115 referred scientific journal articles in applied physiology and exercise science journals. His Scopus h Index is 25 with his research publications cited more than 2000 times. His research has been successful in attracting in excess of $5M of grant funding from a variety of competitive funding sources.
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