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Post-doctoral researcher in sleep science, Victoria University

Nick completed his PhD from Victoria University in 2019 where he studied the mechanisms that underpin the detrimental effects of sleep loss on metabolic health. He also investigated whether exercise could be used as a therapeutic intervention to mitigate the effects of sleep loss.

Following his PhD, Nick worked at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute where he was involved in research that investigated the benefits of exercise interventions for oncology populations.

Currently, Nick is a post-doctoral researcher at Victoria University where he is studying the mechanisms that link inadequate sleep to increased risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and dementia.


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    PhD Student, Exercise Physiology, Victoria University