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Dr Fiona Naumann
Dr Fiona Naumann is currently a Senior Lecturer of Clinical Exercise Physiology. She completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physical Education) in 1986, graduating with distinction. She went on to complete a PhD, at the University of Melbourne’s Department of Medicine. Her research focused on bone health and pioneered work maximizing bone mineral density in the growing skeleton. She is now an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) with the Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science and more recently completed her Registered Clinical Exercise Physiology (RCEP) certification with the American College of Sports Medicine.
Fiona has lectured at University level for over 10 years, in the field of Exercise Physiology. Her research areas include bone health and osteoporosis prevention, falls prevention and more recently in chronic disease management. Fiona spent a year in the United States of America, assisting in a Breast Cancer Rehabilitation program and has established a sister program at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Institute for Health and Rehabilitation Research.
Publications: Dr Naumann’s research output includes 16 refereed journal articles, 21 refereed conference abstracts. She has supervised 10 honours/masters/PhD candidates.
Grants: Dr Naumann has been a CI or AI on 8 grants totaling $130 000.