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Associate professor, University of Southern Queensland

Jason Bennie is an Associate professor within the Center of Health Research, University of Southern Queensland. Jason has a PhD in Behavioural Epidemiology (Deakin University) and a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science (Honours in Muscle Physiology).

Jason leads Muscle-strengthening Exercise Epidemiology Theme within the Physically Active Lifestyles Research Group, at the University of Southern Queensland. His research focus is on physical activity epidemiology, with a particular emphasis on muscle-strengthening exercise for chronic disease prevention and management. Jason previously worked as a gym instructor, personal trainer, sports scientist and strength and conditioning coach.


  • 2017–present
    Senior research fellow, University of Southern Queensland


  • 2010 
    Deakin University, PhD