AIS Professor of Sports Medicine Research, University of Canberra
Gordon is AIS Research Professor of Sports Medicine in the UC Research Institute for Sport and Exercise and Professor of Physiotherapy in the Faculty of Health. He gained his PhD from the University of Sydney in 2000. He has published more than 200 research papers in peer reviewed journals and is the immediate past Editor in Chief of the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport and on the review boards of the Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, Experimental Brain Research, British Journal of Sports Medicine, Perceptual and Motor Skills, Physical Therapy in Sport and Physiotherapy and the Grants Review Panel of the Physiotherapy Research Foundation and is a NHMRC Project Grant reviewer.
His major research interest is in the assessment of human somatosensory function and its relationship to movement performance and the impact of injury and rehabilitation.
Nov 23, 2022 04:58 am UTC| Health
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