Information related to research interest "Thermal and Perceptual cooling"

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Supervisors with this research interest

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Centre for Exercise and Nutrition

  • Dr Meg Ross

    Meg is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Exercise and Nutrition Research Group in the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research. She has published over 35 scientific manuscripts and is an Associate Editor for the Elite Sports and Performance Enhancement specialty section of the Frontiers in Sports and Active living Journal. Meg has over 20 years experience working with sport science and sports medicine practitioners, athletes and coaches in the Australian High Performance System. Meg has hosted over 10 PhD students at the Australian Institute of Sport, mentoring them through ambitious research projects conducted towards their PhD studies. Her research interests focus on human physiology for sports performance, through greater understanding of thermoregulation, precooling, endurance exercise performance, sports nutrition and molecular biology aspects. Meg's career goals include: 1) developing excellent knowledge and relevant skills in physiology and exercise science, 2) providing novel and practical innovations to benefit human health and physical performance through investigative, mechanistic and applied research, and 3) promoting a healthy and active lifestyle for all Australians.

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