Baker-Deakin Department of Lifestyle and Diabetes
Understanding the relationships between physical activity and sedentary behaviour on health outcomes at a population level.
Conducting controlled laboratory experiments to better understand how physical activity and sedentary behaviour influence biological pathways.
Investigating the extent to which changing physical activity and sedentary behaviour influences chronic disease prevention and management through real-world randomised controlled trials.
Translating the evidence around the health benefits of increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviour into best practice and evaluating effectiveness and policy implications.