About the Centre for Research on Exercise, Physical Activity and Health (CRExPAH)

The aim of CRExPAH is to lead and advance research on measuring, understanding and influencing exercise and physical activity, so as to build capacity for primary, secondary and tertiary prevention that will underpin improvements in health. Our research addresses issues relating to exercise, physical activity, health and wellbeing across the lifespan, in clinical and non clinical populations, and in settings such as health services, workplaces, schools, universities, aged care and communities.

Researchers

[image]Wendy Brown
Health promotion and chronic illness
[image]Jeff Coombes
Exercise training in clinical populations
[image]Nicholas Gilson
Physical activity and sedentary behaviours in the workplace

Research Students

[image]James Devin
Exercise for people with colorectal cancer
[image]Katrin Dias
Intensity of exercise for obese children and adolescents
[image]Matt Wallen
Exercise for organ transplant patients