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Trevor is a Research Fellow at the Monash University Accident Research Centre at Monash University. He was previously a Lecturer in the Department of Physiology at Monash University. 

Trevor's research interest is broadly in the area of injury prevention.  Specific research experience includes motorcycle safety, human proprioception, physiological stress and safety in drivers, exercise-induced muscle injury and adaptation.


Research interests

Motorcycle Safety

Human Proprioception- senses of position, movement force and heaviness

Muscle mechanics, stretching, and adaptation

Muscle injury prevention

Motorsport safety - physiological stress and recovery

Supervision interests

Proprioception: The sense of position and movement

Proprioception: The sense of force and heaviness

Mechanisms of exercise-induced muscle injury

Education/Academic qualification

Physiology (Medicine), PhD, MONASH UNIVERSITY

4 Feb 199430 Nov 1999

Award Date: 30 Jun 2000

Science / Medicine, BSc (Hons), MONASH UNIVERSITY

1 Mar 199020 Dec 1993

Award Date: 20 Jun 1994

Research area keywords

  • Accident research and injury prevention
  • Exercise physiology
  • Motor Sport Safety
  • Physiological Stress And Recovery
  • Motorcycle Safety
  • Muscle Injury
  • Adaptation and Rehabilitation
  • Muscle Structure/Function
  • Proprioception


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