The CRN-AESS funding has provided an opportunity for Bond University to take the lead in a world-class research project, attracting the resources and support of larger, research-intensive organisations. The Centre for Health and Human Performance grant provides a ‘game changing’ opportunity for Bond to gain world-class research experience, build research capacity, generate high quality publications and apply for competitive funding with world-class co-investigators.
Browse the CRN Research Methodology Library Collections:
- The injured athlete: Genetic profiling of skeletal muscle atrophy with limb immobilisation
- Skeletal muscle overload, atrophy and regeneration in rats selectively bred for divergent responses to exercise training
- Genetics, exercise and nutrition interactions based at the University of Sydney
- The genetics of exercise-induced injuries involving tendon and bone
- Predicting the variability of response to high intensity interval training