Mr Alan Ezzy

Lecturer , Exercise and Sports Science - School of Science and Technology

Phone: +61 6773 1924



After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of New England, Alan practiced as an ESSA accredited exercise physiologist in the New England region. During this period he gained extensive experience in the management of cardio-metabolic and musculoskeletal conditions in rural and remote settings. Alan is currently completing his PhD in exercise physiology.


BSc (Hon 1) (Clinical Exercise Physiology) University of New England

Teaching Areas

ANAT110 Introduction to Human Anatomy

ANAT120 Functional Anatomy

Research Interests

Alan is currently investigating the role exercise plays in the modification of the human gastrointestinal microbiome.

Alan has previously conducted research into the role anthropometry and strength characteristics play in sports performance.


Ezzy, A.C., Hagstrom, A.D., Shorter, K.A. & Gray, A.J. (2017) “Anthropometric, Strength, Climbing and Training Characteristics that Predict Outdoor Rock Climbing Performance” The Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning. (In press)


Accredited AEP & AES with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)