Investigating the roles of exercise and diet in the prevention of chronic lifestyle-related diseases.
As the incidence of chronic lifestyle-related diseases continues to rise globally, the work of ACU’s Exercise and Nutrition Research Program has never been more critical. The Program’s research team conducts clinically-based exercise and/or nutrition intervention studies directed at:
Experimental and clinical trials undertaken by the Exercise and Nutrition Research Program are conducted in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities using a range of contemporary equipment and techniques. Human, animal and cell models are utilised by our international team of researchers, who are dedicated to achieving research excellence using a holistic approach that considers molecular, cellular and whole-body physiology.
Professor John Hawley introducing the Exercise and Nutrition Research Program
This program is investigating the interaction between urban environments and physical and cognitive health.View project
The Exercise Oncology team at MMIHR strives to enhance the lives of people with cancer through innovative research and effectively translating research into practice.View project
This program explores a 'personalised medicine' approach for training in patients with brain injury.View project
This program has a strong focus on clinical research where findings have direct relevance to lifestyle factors and clinical practice.View project