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Research interests

My research focusses on how human movement coordination is impacted by structural and intrinsic muscle properties, which may influence our understanding of fundamental human movement as well as training and rehabilitation techniques. Currently my research is centred on movement coordination in ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis and amputee populations. I am also part of a collaboration with biomechanics and computer science to design a marker-less motion capture system for use in a clinical and sport setting.

Education/Academic qualification

Biomechanics, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland

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Research Output 2018 2019

The influence of added mass on muscle activation and contractile mechanics during submaximal and maximal countermovement jumping in humans

Wade, L., Lichtwark, G. A. & Farris, D. J., 16 Jan 2019, In : The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222, Pt 2, jeb.194852.

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3 Citations (Scopus)

Movement Strategies for Countermovement Jumping are Potentially Influenced by Elastic Energy Stored and Released from Tendons

Wade, L., Lichtwark, G. & Farris, D. J., 2 Feb 2018, In : Scientific Reports. 8, 1, 2300.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access