research

Our work is centered on two main areas: 1) in vivo muscle-tendon function during locomotion and 2) the relationship between muscle mechanics and energetics during locomotion.

We address basic and clinical research questions, adopting both human studies and a comparative (non-human) approach. Our current projects include:

basic science:

ResearchA ResearchBResearchC


clinically-focused studies:


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Our research is supported by:

        researchsupport The University of Western Australia