Celeste Coltman

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Biography

Dr Celeste Coltman is an Assistant Professor in the Discipline of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Canberra (UC) and an academic member of the UC Research Institute for Sport and Exercise (UCRISE). Celeste completed her PhD at the University of Wollongong in the area of Breast Biomechanics. Her thesis examined the breast characteristics of Australian women in order to develop evidence-based recommendations to improve sports bra fit and breast support. Celeste has an interest in the development of products and technologies that improve women's health and has undergone extensive medical devices commercialisation training. Celeste incorporates biomechanics, human factors, ergonomics and design into her research practices, with a current focus on fit, form and function of personal protective equipment for women. She is a current Defence Science and Technology Group Research Fellow and the inaugral Early Career Research Representative for the Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics. 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Wollongong

Award Date: 23 May 2018

External positions

Early Career Representative, Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics

31 May 2019 → …

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Research Output

Are female soldiers satisfied with the fit and function of body armour?

Coltman, C. E., Steele, J. R., Spratford, W. A. & Molloy, R. H., Nov 2020, In : Applied Ergonomics. 89, p. 1-8 8 p., 103197.

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    Is body armour wear associated with breast discomfort and breast injuries among Australian Army female soldiers?

    Coltman, C. & Molloy, R., 2020, (Unpublished) p. 1-1. 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conference (non-published works)Poster

  • The effect of oversized (ill-fitting) body armour systems on musculoskeletal pain and discomfort, mobility and operational performance among female soldiers

    Coltman, C. & Molloy, R., 2020, (Unpublished) p. 1-1. 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conference (non-published works)Poster

  • Activities

    • 1 Examination
    • 1 Membership of committee