Kirsten N. Adlard
Kirsten graduated from The University of Queensland in 2013 with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Sciences with a major in Clinical Exercise Physiology. She received first class honours for her thesis which examined the validity of a self-administered questionnaire to predict hip bone mineral density in healthy middle-aged and older men.
After graduating, Kirsten worked as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (Exercise and Sports Science Australia) in a musculoskeletal and metabolic clinical exercise physiology practice.
In 2015 she returned to The University of Queensland and commenced her PhD in the field of cancer-related fatigue. Her research aims to better understand the optimal intensity of exercise to improve fatigue in people affected by cancer.
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