Dr Mark Moresi - Nat Sch Exercise Science (Faculty of Health Sciences)
Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor
Dr Mark Moresi started in the School of Exercise Science as a lecturer in Exercise Science in 2012. Prior to taking a position at ACU Mark worked as a Biomechanist with the NSW Institute of Sport providing sport science support for a number of sports including track and field.
Mark graduated from his PhD in 2012 which investigated the use of musculoskeletal kinetic models to predict injury and performance in high level adolescent female athletes. Mark's ongoing research interests include the biomechanics of sports techniques, sport injury and injury mechanisms, sport techniques and track and field with a specific interest in the influence of mechanical loading on injury mechanisms in elite athletes.
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Biomechanics of Sport Techniques ; Sports Techniques ; Injury Mechanisms ; Sports Injury ; Track and Field ;
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Mechanical loading with or without weight-bearing activity: influence on bone strength index in elite female adolescent athletes engaged in water polo, gymnastics and track and field., in Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism.
Lower limb musculoskeletal stiffness can predict overuse injury in high level adolescent female athletes., in Proceedings of the 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports
Sport-specific differences in hip joint kinetics during running gait in high level male athletes., in Proceedings of the 30th Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports
Custom formed orthoses in cycling, in Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
The assessment of adolescent female athletes using standing and reactive long jumps, in Sports Biomechanics
Jump kinetics, bone health and nutrition in elite adolescent female athletes, in Proceedings of the 28th conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports
Explosive and reactive horizontal jump assessment - Reliability and validity for athletic populations, in The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports Proceedings