Dr Bronwyn Clark
Cancer Prevention Research Centre
University of Queensland
Bronwyn Clark is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland. She completed her doctoral studies in 2012 on the topic of measurement of adults’ sedentary behaviour by self-report.
Bronwyn’s research interests continue to focus on measurement with an emphasis on the development of appropriate measures of time spent sitting and moving including novel techniques for self-report and objective measurement.
Bronwyn’s role in the CRE is to development measurement techniques for assessment of change in interventions, targeting reductions in sitting time.
Physical Activity and Behavioural Epidemiology Laboratory
Megan Grace is a post-doctoral research fellow at Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne. She completed her doctoral studies in 2012 on the role of TRP channels in chronic cough associated with inflammatory airway disease.
Megan’s main interest is on the role of chronic inflammation in the development and progression of disease. In particular, her research focuses on how reducing sedentary behaviour and prolonged sitting may help to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and associated complications.
Megan’s role in the CRE is to identify the underlying mechanisms and dose-response relationships that are associated with prolonged sitting, and ascertain how these mechanisms link with risk markers for adverse health outcomes.