Dr Mark Moresi
Recent Journal Publications:
Greene, D. A., Naughton, G. A., Bradshaw, E. J., Moresi, M. P., & Ducher, G. (2012). Mechanical loading with or without weight-bearing activity: Influence on bone strength index in elite female adolescent athletes engaged in water polo, gymnastics, and track-and-field. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism, 30(5), 580-587.
Moresi, M. P., Bradshaw, E., Greene, D. A. & Naughton, G. (2011). The assessment of adolescent female athletes using standing and reactive long jumps. Sports Biomechanics, 10(2), 73-84.
O'Neill, B. C., Graham, K., Moresi, M. P., Perry, P., & Kuah, D. (2011). Custom formed orthoses in cycling. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14(6), 529-534.
Recent Conference Publications:
Moresi, M., O’Meara, D. & Graham, K. (2013). Quantifying mechanical loading during training in track athletes. 31st International Conference of the Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 7-11th July, Taipei, Taiwan.
Moresi, M., Bradshaw, E., Thomas, K., Greene, D. & Braybon, W. (2013). Intra-limb variability and inter-limb asymmetry in gymnastics jump tests. 31st International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, 7-11th July, Taipei, Taiwan.
O’Meara, D. & Moresi, M. (2012). Sport-specific differences in hip joint kinetics during running gait in high level male athletes. 30th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, 2-6th July, Melbourne, Australia.
Moresi, M. P., Bradshaw, E., Greene, D. A. & Naughton, G. (2012). Lower limb musculoskeletal stiffness can predict overuse injuries in high level adolescent female athletes. 30th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, 2-6th July, Melbourne, Australia.
- Lower limb stiffness, performance and injury
- Musculoskeletal load and injury
- Sports technique
Dr Mark Moresi started in the School of Exercise Science as a lecturer in Exercise Science in 2012. Prior to taking a position at ACU Mark worked as a Biomechanist with the NSW Institute of Sport providing sport science support for a number of sports including track and field.
Mark graduated from his PhD in 2012 which investigated the use of musculoskeletal kinetic models to predict injury and performance in high level adolescent female athletes. Mark's ongoing research interests include the biomechanics of sports techniques, sport injury and injury mechanisms, sport techniques and track and field with a specific interest in the influence of mechanical loading on injury mechanisms in elite athletes.
- International Society of Biomechanics in Sports
- Sports Medicine Australia
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