Professor Anthony Blazevich is a Professor of Biomechanics in the School of Medical and Health Sciences, and Director of the Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research (CESSR). His role includes teaching on biomechanics, neurophysiology and other units, as well as leading research in areas such as sports biomechanics, neurophysiology, strength & conditioning.
- SPS1116 Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy
- SPS2116 Applied Biomechanics
- SPS4117 Clinical Exercise Physiology: Neurological and neuromuscular
- Fellow of the European College of Sports Sciences
- Member of Australian Strength & Conditioning Association
Awards and Recognition
National and International Awards
- Certificate of Research Excellence, Highest number Higher Degree by Research completions in Faculty 2014, Edith Cowan University, Australia.
- Winner of best oral student research presentation (presented by Wing Lau), Exercise and Sports Science Australia annual conference, Adelaide 2014.
- Best Paper Prize: Runner-Up (2012) Council of the Anatomical Society (UK; Journal of Anatomy). Waugh, C.M., Blazevich, A.J., Fath, F. & Korff, T. (2012). Age-related changes in mechanical properties of the Achilles tendon. Journal of Anatomy, 220(2):144-155.
- Top cited article from Journal of Sports Sciences in 2012 impact factor window: O’Donovan, Blazevich, A.J., et al. (2010). The ABC of Physical Activity for Health in Adults: a Consensus Statement from the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28(6): 573-591.
- Winner of Best Oral Presentation, AAESS biannual conference, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, 27-30th March 2008.
University and National Teaching Awards
- Winner Brunel University Research Fellowship Award (BF05/05), Brunel University, UK, 2005.
- Inaugural Winner of the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, Brunel University, UK, 2003.
- Installed as Teaching Fellow of the Brunel Teaching Academy, Brunel University, UK, 2003.
National and International Research Positions
- Adjunct Professor, Brunel University, UK.
Research Areas and Interests
- Strength & Conditioning (speed, power, strength, flexibility, fatigue)