(MENAFN- The Conversation) Senior Lecturer, School of Science, Psychology and Sport, Federation University Australia Profile Articles Activity
Dr Andrew Lavender completed a Bachelor of Science in Sports Science and a Master of Science in Sports Science at Edith Cowan University before beginning PhD at Yokohama City University in 2002. His PhD research was in exercise induced muscle damage in older individuals compared with young participants. Dr Lavender has since worked as a Postdoctoral researcher at The University of Adelaide and The University of Tokyo before taking up an academic position at Curtin University in 2012. In 2020 Dr Lavender took up a Senior Lecturer position at Federation University.
Dr Lavender teaches motor learning and control in the Exercise and Sport Science course in the School of Science, Psychology and Sport at Federation University. He is supervising PhD, masters and honours students whose projects involve exercise induced muscle damage, effects of subconcussion on brain function in human and animal models and the effects of exercise on neuromuscular and cortical function in healthy older people.
- 2012–2019 Lecturer, Curtin University
- 2009–2011 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Tokyo
- 2006–2008 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Adelaide
- 2018 University of Melbourne, Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education (Management)
- 2012 Curtin University, Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching
- 2006 Yokohama City University, PhD
- 2004 Edith Cowan University, Master of Science (Sports Science)
- 2000 Edith Cowan University, Bachelor of Science (Sports Science)
- Accredited Exercise Scientist (ESSA)
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