Kym Williams is a lecturer in Sport, Health and Physical Activity and a member of the SHAPE research centre. He teaches across a range of areas including exercise prescription, physiological testing, functional anatomy, anthropometry and biomechanics. His research interests are directed towards the application of technology in the determination of athleticism or injury susceptibility, with a secondary research interest in the effects of relative weightlessness on musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology. Kym has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles in leading sport and exercise science journals, which has translated into both national and international research collaborations, consultancies and grant acquisitions. He also has over 12 years of experience in the field of sport and exercise science and has spent time in both academia and industry.
2017 - Doctor of Philosophy, Exercise Science
2012 - Masters of Exercise Science, Strength & Conditioning
2010 - Bachelor of Applied Science, Human Movement and Sports Science
2020 - College Teaching Award (Flinders University)
2019 - College Teaching Award (Flinders University)
Lecturer in Sport Health and Physical Education.
BSHAPA Degree Member
SHAPE Research Member
Primary Supervisor of SLSSA High Performance Program
Best Biomedical Engineering HDR Project - NOV 2020
Best Biomedical Engineering HDR Project, Runner-Up - NOV 2018
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