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Associate Professor, Curtin School of Allied Health and Curtin enAble Institute, Curtin University

Kevin is an associate professor in biomechanics at the Curtin School of Allied Health and the Curtin enAble Institute. His doctoral training is in biomechanics and he has qualifications in mechanical engineering and sports science.

Kevin's work is focused on optimising human performance. He is interested in the biomechanical effect stressors such as heat, cold, shock, load, vibration or movement restriction have on the human body.

He works with triathletes, cyclists, Australian footballers, rugby players, swimmers, aerial skiers, runners, council workers, sales and manufacturing staff as well as military and emergency services personnel and is supported through government and industry funding.


  • –present
    Associate Professor, Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Curtin University