The following research is currently being undertaken by the NSWIS ARP:
Bodies in Space collaborative project.
Dullen, H., Singh, S., Sinclair, P., O’Meara, D., Moresi, M.and Graham, K.
The use of low intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) for the treatment of lower limb stress fractures in an athletic population. AIS General and Collaborative Grant 2008/9
Gan, T., Kuah, D., Graham, K.and Walsh, W.
The effect of N-acetylcysteine supplementation on cycling performance and adaptation to exercise.
Also received AIS General and Collaborative Grant 2008/9
Monitoring of fatigue, recovery and performance in trained male rowers (PhD Thesis).
Also received NESC Grant
The acute response of white blood cells to continuous and intermittent exercise in different environments.
Archbold, K., Deegan, N., Rooney, K. and Graham, K.
Do compression garments provide additional proprioceptive information which leads to improved balance?
Steel, K., O’Meara, D. and Graham, K.
Journal articles in preparation...
Effectiveness of a carbohydrate-free electrolyte sports beverage in maintaining hydration status during cycling exercise in the heat.
Graham, K., Bourke, D., Gifford, J. and Harvey, B.
The effect of acute exercise on post-exercise leukocyte populations: a systematic review.
Archbold, K.,Burdon, C., Graham, K. and Rooney, K.
Anthropometric profile of National Rugby League players.
Lundy, B., O’Connor, H., Barnard, J., Mehalski, K. and Pelly, F.
The magnitude and maintenance of pressure induced by compression tights during sitting and standing.
Hunter, K. E.and Graham, K. S.
The effect of caffeinated and non-caffeinated drinks on components of team sport performance.
Graham, K., Burke, D. and Gifford, J.
The role of musculoskeletal screening in injury prevention among athletes: a review.
Romiti, M., Graham, K. and Naughton, G.