Dr Robin Lines. Research Associate: A dynamic and temporal perspective to optimise to team resilience. DST Group Human Performance Research Network (HPRnet) grants.
Brendan Smith. Research Associate: Harnessing the appeal of professional sport to improve health for men with CVD (Heart Foundation Vanguard Grant)
Dr Hugh Riddell; Research Associate: Facilitating the attainment of difficult goals: From theory to intervention. Australian Research Council (ARC) Grant.
Marlene Kritz. Research Associate: Development of a framework for maximising population health gains through high intensity incidental physical activity. National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Ideas Grant.
Marian Brennan. Title of PhD: Can self-management, group education reduce fear of hypoglycaemia as a barrier to physical activity in people living with type 1 diabetes? A feasibility study.
Michael Chapman. Title of PhD: A Dynamic and Temporal Perspective on Team Resilience
Matthew McDonald. Title of PhD: Capitalising on the appeal of sports clubs to engage inactive and/or overweight individuals to take action on their health: Further development and implementation of the Aussie-FIT program
Katherine Morgan-Lowes. Title of PhD: Self-compassion: Impact on eating disorder psychopathology and pilot study
Bree O'Leary. Title of PhD: A picture of health: Fostering health-conducive behaviours in adolescents via improvements in cognitive processing of body image Perceptions
Elizabeth Murdoch. Title of PhD: Optimising elite athlete psychological resilience.
Berke Sezer. Title of PhD: Effect of goal motivation and perceived goal attainability on the achievement of weight-related goals
Hamsini Sivaramakrishnan. Title of PhD: Back to Sport: Promoting physical activity and psychological well-being in physically inactive adults
Dr Nikki Stamp. Title of PhD: Behavioural change in patients undergoing cardiac surgery to optimise health.
Jess Stout. Title of PhD: Aussie Fans in Training (Aussie-FIT): Using sport as a vehicle to impact the health of men with or at risk of clinical conditions
Bing Pang. Title of PhD: The development, implementation, and testing of a feasible and scalable intervention to promote vigorous intermittent lifestyle physical activity in physically inactive middle-aged and older adults