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About Justin Keogh

Qualifications
Bachelor of Human Movement Studies (Honours) - Southern Cross University, Lismore
Bachelor of Health Science - Griffith University, Gold Coast

Ph.D. (Exercise Science)- Griffith University, Gold Coast

Associate Professor Justin Keogh originally trained as an exercise and sports scientist with a strong research and translation interest in the benefits of exercise, particularly resistance training in improving muscular function and athletic performance. This research has focused on power sports such as powerlifting, rugby, sprinting, golf and more recently strongman. His clinical research is focused on quantifying the treatment- and sacropenic-related side-effects in cancer survivors and older adults, respectively. This research is now focusing on those living in residential aged care or those with prostate cancer; and in using exercise and nutritional interventions to improve their health, physical function and quality of life. Since 2008, he has led projects examining the barriers, facilitators and motives that cancer survivors and older adults have in performing physical activity and how being physical activity is considered important in their everyday lives. Such research has involved quantitative and qualitative components.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Exercise and Sports Science, Bond University
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Contact Information

Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia

Ph: +61 7 559 54487


Cancer and Physical Activity (13)

Older Adults and Physical Activity (38)