Dr. Michael Annear
Dr Michael Annear is a sport scientist working across the Asia-Pacific region. He coordinates courses and leads curriculum development in health science, sport science, and public health. Dr Annear leads international research projects in the areas of physical activity interventions, human life course, sports event legacies and environmental health (as related to human behavioral and health outcomes).
Dr Annear is an avid runner and cyclist and subscribes wholeheartedly to the physiological and psychological benefits of active living. Through his research and teaching he aims to inspire higher levels of evidence-informed activity across the life course.
Check out my latest research and publications below:
Annear, M., Kidokoro, T., & Shimizu, Y. (2021). Existential threats to the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games? a review of emerging environmental health risks. Reviews on Environmental Health (Ahead of Print).
Annear, M., Kidokoro, T., & Shimizu, Y. (2021). Physical Activity Among Urban-Living Middle-Aged and Older Japanese During the Build-Up to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games: A Population Study. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity (Ahead of Print), 1-11.
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