Staff profile - Paul Gastin

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Aprof Paul Gastin

Position: Associate Head of School (Teaching and Learning, Exercise and Sport Science)
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Health
Department: School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 92446334 +61 3 92446334
Email: paul.gastin@deakin.edu.au

Biography

Affiliations

Exercise and Sport Science Australia

(Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Accredited Sports Scientist)

Sports Medicine Australia


Academic

Teaching Interests

Course Director: Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

Unit Chair HSE311 Applied Sports Science 1

Unit Chair HSE314 Applied Sports Science 2

Supervises 4 Honours students, 1 Masters and 4 PhD students


Subjects and units currently teaching

HSE311 Applied Sports Science 1

HSE314 Applied Sports Science 2


Conferences and seminars

1. Gastin, PB., Bennett, G., Cook, J. (2011). Time-motion analysis of training and competition demands in varying age levels of adolescent Australian football. Oral presentation. 7th World Congress on Science and Football, Nagoya, Japan. 2. Gastin PB. (2011). FFA Performance Management Diaries. Oral presentation. My Football Career: Career Development Advisors Conference, Melbourne, Australia. 3. Gastin PB & Williams K. (2010). Accuracy of 1Hz versus 5Hz GPS devices to measure movement patterns in team sport activities. Oral poster presentation. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia. 4. Netto K, Gastin PB, Tran J, Aisbett B. (2010). Validity of GPS Housed Accelerometer Data in Running and Cutting. Oral presentation. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia. 5. Tran J, Netto K, Aisbett B, Gastin PB. (2010). Validation of accelerometer data for measuring impacts during jumping and landing tasks. Oral presentation. International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, New York, USA. 6. Gastin PB, Fahrner B, Meyer D, Robinson D. (2009). Faster players slower to recover after training and competition, with possible adverse effects on football performance. Oral presentation. 14th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Oslo, Norway. 7. Henderson B, Gastin PB, Cook J & Kidgell D. (2009). Quantification of training load in elite junior Australian football players. Poster. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Brisbane, Australia. 8. Conley M, Gastin PB, Brown H, Shaw C. Heart rate biofeedback fails to enhance childrens ability to identify time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity. Oral presentation. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Brisbane, Australia. 9. Fahrner B, Gastin PB, Cook J, Huntsman E, Meyer D & Robinson D. (2009). The effect of weekly training load on game day performance is influenced by repeat speed in elite Australian Rules football players. Poster. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Hamilton Island, Australia. 10. Gastin PB, Meyer D, Robinson D. (2009). Perceptions of wellness over a competitive season in AFL football players. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Hamilton Island, Australia

Research

Research projects

Course Director for the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

Research Program Leader Sports Science, Centre for Exercise and Sports Science

Deakin Sport Alliance working party

Marketing and Partnerships working party, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences


Research interests

Dr Gastin's research areas of interest include:

Biopsychosocial monitoring of athlete responses to, and recovery from, training and competition

Assessment of athlete load (e.g. GPS, accelerometers, heart rate, perceived exertion)

Energy system contribution during high intensity exercise

Athlete performance management and long term athlete development

Coach effectiveness and career pathways in exercise and sports science
 


Research page

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


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