A/Prof Catcheside holds an ARC Future Fellowship reflecting his standing as one of Australia’s leading respiratory/sleep physiologists. He heads physiology research at the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health: A Flinders Centre of Research Excellence located in Sleep and Respiratory Medicine, Repatriation General Hospital. He is also A/Prof in Medicine at Flinders University and Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Medical Sciences, University of Adelaide. His training and background provide a unique mix of clinical research, technical and computing skills fundamental to the success of a broad range of detailed investigations into mechanisms and consequences of disturbed breathing and sleep. His work is predominantly focussed towards improving treatments and diagnostic methods for sleep breathing disorders such as obstructive sleep apnoea, problem snoring and central sleep apnoea.
: respiratory control, sleep, obstructive sleep apnoea, intermittent hypercapnia and hypoxia, upper airway physiology (Univ of Adelaide)
; Physiology (Univ of Adelaide)
: Physiology (Univ of Adelaide)
; Medicine (Univ of Adelaide)
|Phone:||+61 8 82751309|
|Location:||Repatriation General Hospital (AISH)|
|Postal address:||216 Daws Road, Daw Park SA 5041|
Further details on current projects and PhD scholarship opportunities are available via the Research and Volunteering page of the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health website. Current scholarships alre also available via a broad program of research currently being undertaken as part of the Commonwealth Research Centre (CRC) for Alertness Safety and Productivity outlined in the following attachment.