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Dr Brad Clark is the UCRISE Sport and Exercise Support Officer. Brad completed his PhD at Federation University Australia in the physiology of training and testing for competitive cyclists in 2014, before joining the AIS Department of Sport Physiology and later UCRISE. Brad maintains a strong research interest in applied sports physiology and supervises a number of PhD students in this area. 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Federation University Australia


Bachelor, University of Ballarat


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Projects 2016 2020

Research Output 2013 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Improved Performance in National-Level Runners With Increased Training Load at 1600 and 1800 m

Sharma, A. P., Saunders, P. U., Garvican-Lewis, L. A., Clark, B., Welvaert, M., Gore, C. J. & Thompson, K. G., Mar 2019, In : International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 14, 3, p. 286-295 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Normobaric Hypoxia Reduces VO2 at Different Intensities in Highly Trained Runners

Sharma, A. P., Saunders, P. U., Garvican-Lewis, L. A., Clark, B., Gore, C. J., Thompson, K. G. & Périard, J. D., Jan 2019, In : Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 51, 1, p. 174-182 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Facial feature tracking: a psychophysiological measure to assess exercise intensity?

Miles, K. H., Clark, B., Périard, J. D., Goecke, R. & Thompson, K. G., 18 Apr 2018, In : Journal of Sports Sciences. 36, 8, p. 934-941 8 p.

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