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Professor Meg Morris Professor of Clinical and Rehabilitation, Office of Allied Health

Professor Meg E. Morris is a registered practicing physiotherapist with a special interest in movement rehabilitation, implementation science and exercise for people with chronic diseases. She has an outstanding record of accomplishment in research and clinical practice in the area of falls, rehabilitation, exercise, physical activity, walking, dancing, music cued movements, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease. Professor Morris' research achievements are of the highest calibre and include large randomised trials of exercise interventions through to measurement scales and technologies to quantify human movement in health and disease. She is the Professor of Clinical & Rehabilitation Practice, La Trobe University and Healthscope. She has a strong management background, having served as the Head of Allied Health at La Trobe University and The University of Melbourne. Professor Morris is currently the chairperson of the Allied Health Therapy Research Network for the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services which is responsible for advising research direction and strategy in allied health. She has graduated more than 37 PhD students and mentored four post-doctoral research fellows. She frequently presents invited addresses and keynotes at international and national conferences.

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