Staff profile - Jason Bonacci

Dr Jason Bonacci

Position: Lecturer
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Health
Department: School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Campus: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
Phone: +61 3 52272634 +61 3 52272634
Email: jason.bonacci@deakin.edu.au

Academic

Teaching Interests

HSE102 Functional Human Anatomy

HSE202 Biomechanics

HSE323 Clinical and Sports Biomechanics

HSE201 Exercise Physiology


Conferences and seminars

Bonacci J, Spratford W, Hicks A, Saunders P, Blanch P, Rantalainen T, Vicenzino B. Neuromechanics of minimalist running shoes. Invited Speaker. Australian Physiotherapy Conference 2011, Brisbane, Australia. Bonacci J, Saunders P, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. The relationship between measures of cycle intensity and running economy in triathletes. 2011 Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Fremantle, Australia. Bonacci J, Saunders P, Alexander M, Blanch P, Chapman A, Vicenzino B. Run performance and neuromuscular control is not affected by cycling in elite international triathletes. 2010 Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia. Bonacci J, Green D, Saunders P, Franettovich M, Chapman A, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. Is plyometric training effective for correcting altered neuromotor control post cycling in triathletes. 2010 Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia. Bonacci J, Green D, Saunders P, Franettovich M, Chapman A, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. Short-term plyometric training improves altered neuromotor control during running after cycling in triathletes. International Society of Biomechanics in Sports 2010 Congress, Marquette, Michigan, US. Bonacci J, Green D, Saunders P, Blanch P, Franettovich M, Chapman A, Vicenzino B. Change in footstrike position is related to alterations in running economy in triathletes . International Society of Biomechanics in Sports 2010 Congress, Marquette, Michigan, US. Bonacci J, Blanch P, Green D, Saunders P, Vicenzino B. Neuromuscular control and performance during the cycle-run transition: latest evidence. Australian National High Performance Sports Workshop, May 2010, Canberra, Australia. Bonacci J, Green D, Saunders P, Franettovich M, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. Altered neuromotor control during running after cycling is corrected with plyometric training. Australian National High Performance Sports Workshop, May 2010, Canberra, Australia. Bonacci J, Saunders P, Alexander M, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. Elite triathletes run performance and neuromuscular control is preserved after cycling. Australian National High Performance Sports Workshop, 2010, Canberra, Australia. Bonacci J, Chapman A, Blanch P, Vicenzino B. The direct effect of cycling on neuromuscular control in lesser trained triathletes. 2009 Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Brisbane, Australia.

Awards

Awards and prizes

Best New Researcher, Sports Physiotherapy, Australian Physiotherapy Conference 2011, Brisbane, Australia



Best Poster for exercise and sports science in 2010 at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport in Port Douglas, Queensland.


Research

Research interests

Dr Bonaccis research interests include the neuromuscular adaptations that occur with training and injury and how these adaptations relate to exercise performance. His research takes a neurophysiological approach to understanding human performance and musculoskeletal injury.


Research page

http://www.deakin.edu.au/research/admin/pubs/reports/database/dynamic/output/person/person.php?person_code=bonacja


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