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2004 School of Health Sciences Research Output

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

Fradkin, A. J., Sherman, C. A. and Finch, C. F.* (2004) How well does club head speed correlate with gold handicaps?, Journal of science and medicine in sport, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 465-472, Sports Medicine Australia, Chatswood, N.S.W. [C1]
ERA journal ID: 9776 – Scopus EID: 2-s2.0-16844384118
Citation counts: Scopus - 25, Thomson - 25
DRO entry for this publication

Gao, Yuan, Feng, Helen C., Walder, Ken, Bolton, Kristy, Sunderland, Terry, Bishara, Natalie, Quick, Melissa, Kantham, Lakshmi and Collier, Greg R. (2004) Regulation of selenoprotein SelS by glucose deprivation and endoplasmic reticulum stress - SelS is a novel glucose-regulated protein, FEBS letters, vol. 563, no. 1-3, pp. 185-190, Elsevier BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands [C1]
ERA journal ID: 2215 – Scopus EID: 2-s2.0-1842737643
Citation counts: Scopus - 62, Thomson - 62
DRO entry for this publication

Nowson, Caryl A., Diamond, Terrence H.*, Pasco, Julie A.*, Mason, Rebecca S.*, Sambrook, Philip N.* and Eisman, John A.* (2004) Vitamin D in Australia : issues and recommendations, Australian family physician, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 133-138, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Jolimont, Vic [C1]
ERA journal ID: 13428 – Scopus EID: 2-s2.0-2142700909
Citation counts: Scopus - 39
DRO entry for this publication

Swinburn, Boyd, Caterson, I.*, Seidell, J. C.* and James, W. P. T.* (2004) Diet, nutrition and the prevention of excess weight gain and obesity, Public health nutrition, vol. 7, no. 1(a), pp. 123-146, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England [C1]
ERA journal ID: 13768 – Scopus EID: 2-s2.0-1542380539
Citation counts: Scopus - 240, Thomson - 240
DRO entry for this publication

Cameron, Scott*, Ried, Karin*, Worsley, Anthony and Topping, David* (2004) Consumption of foods by young children with diagnosed campylobacter infection : a pilot case-control study, Public health nutrition, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 85-89, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England [C1.1]
ERA journal ID: 13768 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
Citation counts: Thomson - 8
DRO entry for this publication

Bradshaw, Elizabeth J.* and Aisbett, Brad (2004) Visual regulation during competition long jumps and run-throughs, in Lamontagne, Mario; Gordon, D.; Robertson, E. and Sveistrup, Heidi (eds), ISBS 2004 : Proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, pp. 233-236, International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Ottawa, Canada [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

Grants with funding during 2004

Research Income - National Competitive Grants

Hargreaves, M. Exercise and Skeletal Muscle GLUT4, National Health & Medical Research Counci-Standard Project Grants [T]

  • 1999: $50,801

Collier, G and Cameron-Smith, D. What are the Physiological Functions of Fatty Acid Binding Proteins?, National Health & Medical Research Council-Standard Project Grant [T]

  • 1999: $68,325
  • 1998: $65,094
  • 1997: $57,247

Ball, M. Effect of a Modified Fat, and low Fat Diet on CHD Risk Factors and Arterial Compliance, Grains R&D Corporation & Meadow Lea Foods Nutritional Research Program [T]

  • 1999: $4,774

Collier, G and McMillan, J. Novel Genes Involved in Hepatic Glucose Metabolism., Australian Research Council SPIRT Grant [T]

  • 2002: $11,386
  • 2001: $22,545
  • 2000: $21,869
  • 1999: $21,080

Dawson, M. An Ethnographic Study of Sexual Health and Ethnicity: Health Seeking Strategies among Latin American Women., National Health & Medical Research Council - CARG Fellowship [T]

  • 1999: $53,718

Nowson, C. Genetic determinants of blood pressure change with dietary sodium modification: A twin study, National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant [T]

  • 2000: $86,841
  • 1999: $82,690

Fotheringham, M. Understanding and influencing young adults' physical activity and smoking behaviour, National Health & Medical Research Council - Public Health Postdoctoral Fellowship [T]

  • 2002: $57,662
  • 2001: $56,198
  • 2000: $61,381
  • 1999: $49,959

Crawford, D. Dietary Change and Physical Activity in Weight Control, National Health & Medical Research Council-PHRDC-Post Doctoral Research Fellowship [T]

  • 1999: $53,767

Hargreaves, M, Febbraio, M* and Spriet, L*. Regulation of skeletal muscle carbohydrate oxidation during exercise, Australian Research Council Large Grant [T]

  • 2002: $55,178
  • 2001: $54,140
  • 2000: $54,937

Johnson, S and Petterson, D*. Does lupin consumption provide beneficial physiological effects in humans and have potential in the dietary control of obesity, Australian Research Council SPIRT Grant [T]

  • 2001: $22,545
  • 2000: $21,869

Finch, C. Epidemiology of sports injuries, National Health & Medical Research Council [T]

  • 1999: $54,506
  • 1998: $36,357

Ball, M and Nestel, P*. Plasma antioxidant profiles on diets containing different amounts of fat., Grain Research Development Corporation [T]

  • 1999: $25,000

Lawrence, M. Scholarship Income, National Health & Medical Research Council [T]

  • 1999: $44,425

Longnecker, N*, Nestel, P* and Johnson, S. Determination and promotion of health benefits of pulses with special emphasis on checkpeas., Grains Research and Development Corporation [T]

  • 2002: $2,000
  • 2001: $2,770
  • 2000: $32,660

Bass, S, Naughton, G* and Nowson, C. Does increased dietary calcium combined with exercise result in a synergistic osteogenic response in pre-pubertal girls? A school based study., Dairy Research and Development Corporation [T]

  • 2002: $64,815
  • 2001: $86,420
  • 2000: $43,201

Bass, S. The effect of physical loading on bone geometry and biomechanical strength of long bones during growth, Australian Research Council Small Grant [T]

  • 2000: $20,000

Johnson, S. Do obese men have different perceptions of palatability and satiation on consuming full-fat and fat-reduced food compared to lean men., Australian Research Council Small Grant [T]

  • 2000: $15,000

Gifford, S, O`Brien, M* and Pallotta-Chiarolli, M. Bad Blood, bad livers: an ethnographic study of South-East Asian women living with Hepatitis C., National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant [T]

  • 2002: $1,663
  • 2001: $29,613
  • 2000: $56,296

Crawford, D. Senior Research Fellowship in Nutrition, National Heart Foundation [T]

  • 2001: $65,310
  • 2000: $64,451

Fotheringham, M, Owen, N and Bauman, A*. Randomised Trial of Print - Versus Website - Delivered Physical Activity Programs., Grant-in-aid National Heart Foundation [T]

  • 2000: $37,964

Crawford, D and Salmon, J. Family influences on children's physical activity habits and sedentary behaviours, The Financial Markets Foundation for Children [T]

  • 2002: $13,500

Ball, K. Behavioural pathways to obesity: Understanding the role of physical activity and nutrition in weight gain among Australian adults, National Health and Medical Research Council - Public Health Postdoctoral Research Fellowship [T]

  • 2002: $57,068
  • 2001: $46,138

Collier, G. Discovery and analysis of genes with therapeutic potential in human skeletal muscle, Australian Research Council SPIRT Grant [T]

  • 2002: $67,618
  • 2001: $71,140

Crawford, D. PhD Scholarship - Karen Campbell, National Health and Medical Research Council [T]

  • 2002: $36,343
  • 2001: $47,387

Daly, R. Does increased calcium-vitamin D intake and exercise increase bone density in older men?, National Health and Medical Research Council - Public Health Postdoctoral Research Fellowship [T]

  • 2002: $57,358
  • 2001: $55,902

Finch, C. The role of regulation in preventing sports injuries, National Health and Medical Research Council - Translation grants in Injury: Reseach to policy to practice [T]

  • 2001: $9,076

Gifford, S. Identifying the social, personal and health needs of men living with hepatitis C, National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant [T]

  • 2002: $108,121
  • 2001: $116,901

Gifford, S. PhD Scholarship - Mark Lawrence, National Health and Medical Research Council [T]

  • 2001: $11,248

Gifford, S. PhD Scholarship - Michelle Kermode, National Health and Medical Research Council [T]

  • 2002: $24,328
  • 2001: $23,857

Johnson, S and Jones, G. Potential health benefits of lupin kernel fibre, Grains Research and Development Corporation [T]

  • 2002: $5,000
  • 2001: $42,471

Worsley, A. Replication and extension of the dietary approaches to stop hypertension study in the Australian general community, Dairy Research and Development Corporation [T]

  • 2002: $140,155
  • 2001: $74,883

O`Connor, B and Browne, J. Negotiating life choices. Living the last months of life with motor neurone disease, Australian Research Council - SPIRT - APA(I) [T]

  • 2002: $23,033

O`Connor, B and Owens, J. Adoption patterns related to videotelephony access for the deaf, Australian Research Council - SPIRT - APA(I) [T]

  • 2002: $23,033

O`Connor, B and Webber, L. Resilience and at-risk factors influencing behaviour in urban and rural adolescents with intellectual disabilities, Australian Research Council - SPIRT - APA(I) [T]

  • 2002: $23,033

Crawford, D. Social and Behavioural Influences on Nutrition and Physical Activity, NHMRC [T]

  • 2002: $80,000

de Visser, R. Young Men, Masculinity and Health, NHMRC - Sidney Sax Fellowship [T]

  • 2002: $27,103

Nowson, C. PhD Scholarship - Susan Torres, Dairy Res & Dev Corp [T]

  • 2002: $27,000

Worsley, A, Crawford, D and Lea, E. Examination of Consumers' and Food Industry's Use and Views of Plant-Based Food Products, ARC - Discovery [T]

  • 2002: $66,611

Research Income - Other Public Sector Funding

Finch, C. The Epidemiology of Sports Injuries Presenting to Sports Medicine Clinics [U]

  • 2000: $11,560

Gifford, S and Bammer, G*. Identifying the social, personal and health needs of women living with hepatitis C [U]

  • 2001: $27,348
  • 2000: $62,496
  • 1999: $6,040

Finch, C. Aerobics injury countermeasure review [U]

  • 2000: $2,212
  • 1999: $6,637

Brushin, B. Scholarship Income [U]

  • 2000: $33,944
  • 1999: $37,500

Cox, H, Ung, L and Raven, L*. Does a gerontic nurse specalist make a difference in acute care? [U]

  • 2001: $9,925

Finch, C, McCrory, P* and McIntosh, A*. The effectiveness of headgear and mouthguards for preventing football injuries [U]

  • 2000: $73,208

Finch, C. Physical activity and health consultancy [U]

  • 2000: $14,250

Gifford, S, Kaplan, I* and Reidpath, D. Off to a health start - A longitudinal ethnographic study of health and settlement amongest refugee youth. [U]

  • 2002: $13,500
  • 2000: $50,000

Moore, D. An ethnographic study of heroin markets and health-related harm in Melbourne. [U]

  • 2002: $74,992
  • 2001: $74,992
  • 2000: $74,992

Owens, J, Keller, S and Lamb, G. Enabling on-line access through training: multiweb and multimail [U]

  • 2002: $44,995

Burns, C and Swinburn, B. Multi-sites evaluation: Food insecurity community demonstration projects [U]

  • 2001: $35,000

Crawford, D. Family food environments as determinants of children's eating behaviours: implications for obesity prevention [U]

  • 2001: $67,330

Finch, C. Boxing injury and intervention project [U]

  • 2001: $8,000

Finch, C. Countermeasure review of Rugby Union project [U]

  • 2001: $4,000

Hardcastle, L. Futures for young adults - program design evaluation [U]

  • 2001: $107,840

Mahoney, M. Health impact assessment: A tool for policy development in Australia [U]

  • 2002: $62,718
  • 2001: $51,553

Nowson, C. Vitamin D status of Australians and the potential health impacts of adjustments to dietary intake resulting from changes to mandatory fornication requirements in food [U]

  • 2001: $5,636

Salmon, J, Crawford, D, Booth, M* and Ball, K. Reducing the sedentary behaviour in 10 year old children: An RTC [U]

  • 2002: $57,624
  • 2001: $88,090

Salmon, J. Physical activity monitoring and surveillance program development project [U]

  • 2001: $75,000

Salmon, J. Validation and comparison study of physical activity questions for use in Australian population surveys [U]

  • 2001: $41,364

Townsend, M. Social and health benefits of parks and wildlife [U]

  • 2001: $21,850

Worsley, A. Public health nutrition evidence-based health promotion and research projects [U]

  • 2001: $90,000

Owens, J. Customer Valued Information Dissemination Strategy [U]

  • 2002: $4,000

Ball, K. Investigation of Dietary Patterns, Weight Change and Health among Australian and British Adults [U]

  • 2002: $6,881

Crawford, D, Salmon, J and Worsley, A. The influence of the family environment on young children's eating and physical activity behaviours. [U]

  • 2002: $72,394

Burke, L* and Hargreaves, M. Effects of fat adaptation and carbohydrate restoration on metabolism and performance of prolonged cycling [U]

  • 2002: $28,000

Keleher, H and Marshall, B. Health Promotion in Community Health: investigation of best practice approaches [U]

  • 2002: $18,182

Connolly, K and Keleher, H. Training Frontline Workers: What else do we have to do? [U]

  • 2002: $9,750

Ridge, D. A review of the Australian and International literature on the nature and effectriveness of primary school mental health policy, programs and services. [U]

  • 2002: $33,185

Salmon, J. PhD Scholarship - Elsie Hume [U]

  • 2002: $19,184

Salmon, J. The relationship between the built, social and policy environment and physical activity in families [U]

  • 2002: $100,000

Salmon, J. Validation and Comparison Study of Physical Activity Questions for use in Australian Population Surveys [U]

  • 2002: $32,000

Swinburn, B. Be Active Eat Well [U]

  • 2002: $45,000

Swinburn, B, Garrard, J and Bell, C. Cluster Evaluation of National Child Nutrition Projects [U]

  • 2002: $50,000

Swinburn, B. The identification and development of best investments in preventing child obesity [U]

  • 2002: $57,000

Swinburn, B and Bell, C. Sentinel site for obesity prevention [U]

  • 2002: $108,563

Townsend, M. Healthy Parks, Healthy People: The Health Benefits of Interacting with Nature [U]

  • 2002: $9,000

Research Income - Industry and Other Funding

Walder, K and Collier, G. Novel Therapies for the Treatment of Obesity [V]

  • 2002: $1,025,000
  • 2001: $1,340,000
  • 2000: $1,282,000
  • 1999: $1,250,000

Collier, G and Zimmet, P*. Melatonin Studies in Psammomys obesus [V]

  • 1999: $17,300

Nolan, C and Collier, G. Pregnancy, Lipotoxicity and the Pathogenesis of Islet Beta-Cell Failure in NIDDM [V]

  • 1999: $15,000

Finch, C, Seward, H* and Parkin, D. Injury risks in junior (u/18) football-implications for prevention [V]

  • 1999: $6,000

McBride, T. Integrating municipal public health plans in local government strategic planning. [V]

  • 1999: $12,000

Ball, M. Looking at Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Geelong [V]

  • 2001: $4,523
  • 2000: $7,039
  • 1999: $2,388

Walder, K and Collier, G. Stage 2 Research into Novel Gene Product [V]

  • 2002: $1,040,000
  • 2001: $1,020,000
  • 2000: $850,000
  • 1999: $525,000

Cameron-Smith, D, Collier, G and Sanigorski, A. The Role of Fat Oxidation and Storage in the Development of Obesity [V]

  • 2001: $1,893
  • 2000: $6,825
  • 1999: $11,093

Walder, K and Collier, G. Gene Discovery in Depression [V]

  • 2002: $370,390
  • 2001: $319,231
  • 2000: $145,937

Johnson, S and Petterson, D*. Does lupin consumption provide beneficial physiological effects in humans and have potential in the dietary control of obesity? [V]

  • 2001: $5,000
  • 2000: $19,091

Crawford, D and Campbell, K*. Family food environments as predictors of children's eating behaviours: Implications for obesity prevention [V]

  • 2001: $8,750
  • 2000: $26,250

Crawford, D and Salmon, J. Family influences on children's physical activity habits and sedentary behaviours [V]

  • 2001: $13,500
  • 2000: $45,000

Daly, R. Research Fellowship [V]

  • 2000: $23,660

Noblet, A. The nature and impact of stressors and social support mechanisms experienced by AFL Footballers. [V]

  • 2000: $4,500

Collier, G. Study of the Metformin Effects on Gene Expression [V]

  • 2000: $48,960

Collier, G. Secondment [V]

  • 2002: $124,054
  • 2001: $91,321

O`Connor, B. PhD Scholarship - Judith Buckingham [V]

  • 2002: $25,000
  • 2001: $12,500

O`Connor, B and Webber, L. Resilience and at-risk factors influencing behaviour in urban and rural adolescents with intellectual disabilities [V]

  • 2001: $16,500

O`Connor, B and Owens, J. Adoption patterns related to videotelephony access for the deaf [V]

  • 2001: $5,000

Reidpath, D. Understanding the public health response to AIDS related stigma and discrimination in the Asia Pacific region [V]

  • 2001: $936,001

Smith, S and Jones, G. Chronic Puchitis Pilot Study [V]

  • 2001: $12,000

Collier, G. Validating and Functionally characterising Sequenom's proprietary genetic targets [V]

  • 2002: $350,000

Collier, G. Senior research fellowship [V]

  • 2002: $42,438

Graffam, J. Community Partnerships for Overcoming Disadvantage [V]

  • 2002: $165,000

Nowson, C. The effect of dairy milk minerals on health [V]

  • 2002: $7,490

Schokman, P, Le Rossignol, P and Sparrow, W. The use of a movement and skills analysis system to measure player performance in Australian Football training: an intervention case study. [V]

  • 2002: $21,050

Burns, C. Acculturation and its effect on nutrition and physical activity of African migrant children [V]

  • 2002: $20,000

Crawford, D and Worsley, A. Evaluation of NHF primary school nutrition project Eat Smart for Heart [V]

  • 2002: $49,925

Daly, R, Bass, S and Nowson, C. Does Milk Fortified with Milk Minerals (calcium and Vitamin D) Improve Bone Health in Older Men? [V]

  • 2002: $19,220

Bell, C. Funding for International Congress on Obesity, Sao Paulo - Brazil [V]

  • 2002: $2,000

Cameron-Smith, D, Hargreaves, M, Snow, R and Walder, K. Discovery and Analysis of Genes with Therapeutic Potential in Human Skeletal Muscle [V]

  • 2002: $75,000

Higher Degree by Research Completions

No completions found or audited.

Legend:
* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

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