- Marie BrennanSupervisor availability unknownAvailable for media queries
Professor Marie Brennan’s interests are in literacy, numeracy and social justice. She spent nine years on the Board of the Australian Council of Deans of Education, representing the sector on many inquiries and issues. She has also worked in the Victorian Education Department in a variety of roles.
- Education in the Anthropocene
- Critical education policy analysis across the globe
- Curriculum and School reform
- Democratic education
- National curriculum
- Sociology of education
- Education and social justice
- Students as researchers
- Teacher Education
- Teachers as researchers
- Teachers’ work
- James BroatchAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Dr Broatch currently holds a joint appointment as Research Fellow within the Institute for Health and Sport (iHeS) and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).
- Recovery Physiology
- Muscle and Exercise Physiology
- Camilla BrockettAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Camilla is Deputy Leader of the Sport Performance and Business research program within the Institute for Health and Sport. She oversees industry-driven research consultancy that provides a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to improving sport engagement, performance and athlete development pathways.
- Sport policy
- High-performance sport systems
- Athlete development pathways
- Sport for development
- Dorothy BruckSupervisor availability unknownAvailable for media queries
Professor Dorothy Bruck is an expert in sleep/wake patterns, human behaviour in fire emergencies and sleep disorders. Her specialist areas of knowledge include factors influencing sleep and sleepiness, narcolepsy, insomnia, developmental aspects of sleep, arousal under emergency conditions and smoke alarms.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Cross-cultural aspects of mental health
- Depression and anxiety
- Human behaviour in emergencies
- Sleep and sleep disorders
- Tim BuszardSupervisor availability unknownAvailable for media queries
Tim's research focuses on motor skill acquisition, particularly in children, with a specific interest in how the development of the mind influences learning. Tennis Australia has partially funded his research since 2011. As such, his research has had direct translational value for Tennis Australia’s junior modified program, “Hot Shots”, as well as the National Tennis Academy.
- Applying theory to practice
- Implicit Learning
- Motor and Perceptual Skill
- Skill acquisition
- Working Memory