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Vincent Dalbo

Snr Lect Exercise & Sport Sciences
School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences
Rockhampton North
Building 81 - Room 1.11
About Me

“You have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t take advantage of it in the lifetime of the opportunity.” We have all been given the opportunity of life and it is our responsibility to make the most of our opportunity. In this regard, I attempt to help undergraduate students learn how to learn and learn how to think. Once you have the ability to learn and think you have the ability to answer most of the questions that occur in life as long as you are willing to dedicate enough time to master the required skill.

With research higher degree students (RHD) the abilities of learning and thinking are applied as the goal of research is the creation of new knowledge. Thus, RHD students are required to think of a novel idea and learn the skills required to answer the research question they have developed. Research is exciting and should be conducted with the end-goal of making the life we currently live better.

When I am not working I prefer to be at the beach going for a surf, spending time at the gym, or playing/watching sport.

If you have any questions about RHD programs or collaborations please do not hesitate to contact me.

Have a great day,

Vin

“You have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t take advantage of it in the lifetime of the opportunity.” We have all been given the opportunity of life and it is our responsibility to make the most of our opportunity. In this regard, I attempt to help undergraduate students learn how to learn and learn how to think. Once you have the ability to learn and think you have the ability to answer most of the questions that occur in life as long as you are willing to dedicate enough time to master the required skill.

With research higher degree students (RHD) the abilities of learning and thinking are applied as the goal of research is the creation of new knowledge. Thus, RHD students are required to think of a novel idea and learn the skills required to answer the research question they have developed. Research is exciting and should be conducted with the end-goal of making the life we currently live better.

When I am not working I prefer to be at the beach going for a surf, spending time at the gym, or playing/watching sport.

If you have any questions about RHD programs or collaborations please do not hesitate to contact me.

Have a great day,

Vin

General
Media Citations

1) ABC News (Bundaberg). Parents warned against vegan push. June 3, 2013.

 

2) Mackay Daily Mercury. Muscle men opt for boost of steroids. May 25, 2013. 

News Interview:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daw2QVmpLlA

Radio Interview:

http://blogs.abc.net.au/queensland/2013/10/research-to-help-those-with-kidney-disease.html?site=capricornia&program=capricornia_breakfast


Professional Experience

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Professional Memberships

1) American College of Sports Medicine

 

2) Sports Medicine Australia

 

3) National Strength and Conditioning Association

Professional Interests

I am interested in healthy aging and disease prevention with specific research focuses in the following areas:

 

1) Physiological adaptations to pharmacological, nutritional, and exercise interventions

 

2) Inflammation and oxidative stress responses as they apply to skeletal muscle wasting in older adults and individuals with chronic disease

 

3) Mechanisms of testosterone-induced anabolic effects for treating sarcopenia

 

4) Slowing the rate of chronic kidney disease progression

Research Supervision
Accreditation

I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:

  • 1106 Human Movement and Sports Science
  • 3210 Nutrition and Dietetics
  • 1199 Other Medical and Health Sciences

At the level of Principal Supervisor


Current Capacity
I am currently available to supervise more research candidates
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