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Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Behavioural and Health Sciences
David completed a Bachelor of Human Movement degree and Diploma in Education at the Australian Catholic University (ACU) in 1994 and a Master of Sport Science degree from University of New South Wales in 1998. After 7 years of teaching (Personal Development, Health and Physical Education), David was awarded a fulltime scholarship to commence his PhD. David was based at the Children's Hospital at Westmead where he investigated the musculoskeletal health of elite, adolescent middle-distance runners. During his PhD, David completed sessional teaching in the Bachelor of Exercise Science program at ACU. In 2003, David was awarded the John Sutton Award for Best Young Investigator (Basic Science) at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. He was also awarded the New South Wales Most Outstanding New Research Talent in Applied Sports Medicine at the New South Wales Sport Safety Awards in 2003. Having graduated in 2005, David commenced full time employment in the School of Exercise Science. David was recently awarded the F.E.Johnson Fellowship for Outstanding Achievement by an established NSW researcher in the field of Sports Medicine at the annual NSW Sport Safety Awards. David has fulfilled the role of Course Co-ordinator, Assistant Head of School (NSW) and is currently the Deputy Head of School.
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