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My academic track record includes over 150 publications, multiple grants and the supervisions of several domestic and international postgraduate students. I am a regular reviewer for several national and international funding bodies as well as top-ranked scientific journals such Nature and PLoS.

My strongest expertise in Biomechanics relates to the development of biomechanical tools and improvement of basic knowledge of rehabilitation and locomotion of individuals with lower limb loss fitted with osseointegrated implant and socket. I am currently considered as one of the very few independent experts in the clinical benefits of bone-anchored prostheses.

I have also developed a unique expertise in the development of biomechanical tools and improving basic knowledge of the performance of athletes with a disability (i.e., stationary throwers) in motion analysis laboratory as well as during training sessions and competitions (e.g., National Championships, World Championships, Paralympic Games).


My initial research interests focused on the Biomechanics. However, I have made a significant effort over the last 10 years to create opportunities to be involved in multiple projects focusing on other exercise science and health-related issues (..


I have developed collaborations with 37 organizations in Australia and overseas to develop my research activities, including 17 (46%) universities or research institutions, 6 (16%) industrials, 7 (19%) care providers, 6 (16%) sport institutions an..


I am responsible for a total of 97 publications, including 3 non-refereed books, 1 book chapter, 32 articles, 56 abstracts, and 5 research reports. Indeed, I have been the first, second or last author of 85% (82) of these publications, including ..


I am responsible for 48 competitive grant applications. A total of 27 ($1,071,052) grants were awarded, 26 ($816,052) were successful while 21 ($4,819,270) were unsuccessful. The overall success rate is 56%. I was amongst the three first CI on ..