Dr Cloe Cummins
Post Doctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer in Exercise and Sports Science - School of Science and Technology
Phone: +61 2 6773 1775
Cloe completed her doctorate in Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Sydney in 2016. Cloe’s main research areas stem from her industry experience having implemented sports science processes within rugby league and working as a Research and Development Sports Scientist for a microtechnology provider. Cloe’s research focuses on improving team sport performance and reducing injury risk through novel applications of microtechnology to examine positional group differences; as well as to quantify training and match loads, collision forces and energetic demands.
- PhD (Exercise and Sports Science). The University of Sydney
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science). The University of Sydney
- EXSC101 Monitoring Health and Sports Performance
- EXSC120 Orientation to Exercise and Sports Science
- EXSC230 Physical Activity and Health
- Application of microtechnology to team sports
- Monitoring and improving team sport performance
- Load and fatigue monitoring
Selected Recent Publications:
Cummins, C., Melinz, J., King, D., Sanctuary, C., & Murphy, A. (2020). Call to action: a collaborative framework to better support female rugby league players. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 54, 501-502.
Cummins, C., Welch, M., Inkster, B., Cupples, B., Weaving, D., Jones, B., King, D., & Murphy, A. (2019). Modelling the relationships between volume, intensity and injury-risk in professional rugby league players. Journal of science and medicine in sport, 22(6), 653-660.
Selected Recent Conference Presentations:
Cummins C, White R & Jones B. Symposium: Application of sports technology and analytics to performance and injury. ASICS Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast, QLD, 23rd to 26th October 2019.
Cummins C, Welch M, Charlton G, Inkster B, Shorter K, Jones B & Murphy A. Training load prior to injury in professional rugby league players: Insights from machine learning. World Congress of Science and Medicine in Football. Melbourne, Victoria, 4th to 7th June 2019.
- Level 2 Accredited Sports Scientist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia
- Accredited Exercise Scientist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia