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Researcher: Fraser, BJ (Dr Brooklyn Fraser)

Fields of Research

Epidemiology
Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
Behavioural epidemiology
Endocrinology
Sports medicine
Disease surveillance
Rheumatology and arthritis
Adolescent health
Geriatrics and gerontology
Exercise physiology
Cardiovascular medicine and haematology
Paediatrics
Sports science and exercise
Community child health
Preventative health care

Research Objectives

Clinical health
Behaviour and health
Adolescent health
Preventive medicine
Diagnosis of human diseases and conditions
Public health (excl. specific population health)
Evaluation of health outcomes
Determinants of health
Primary care
Neonatal and child health
Nutrition

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Association of glucose homeostasis and metabolic syndrome with knee cartilage defects and cartilage volume in young adults; Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism
Association of non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol measured in adolescence, young adulthood, and mid-adulthood with coronary artery calcification measured in mid-adulthood; JAMA Cardiology
Childhood cardiorespiratory fitness and the early markers of kidney disease in middle age: A population-based cohort study; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Childhood cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular fitness and adult measures of glucose homeostasis; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Childhood factors associated with muscular strength trajectories between childhood and mid-adulthood; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Childhood Muscular Fitness Phenotypes and Adult Metabolic Syndrome; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Factors associated with change and stability in adherence to muscle-strengthening guidelines among young Australian adults: A longitudinal study; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Factors associated with muscular fitness phenotypes in Australian children: a cross-sectional study; Journal of Sports Sciences
Factors associated with persistently high muscular power from childhood to adulthood; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Health-related criterion-referenced cut-points for cardiorespiratory fitness among youth: A systematic review; Sports Medicine
Health-related criterion-referenced cut-points for musculoskeletal fitness among youth: A systematic review; Sports Medicine
Longitudinal associations of childhood fitness and obesity profiles with midlife cognitive function: an Australian cohort study; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Lower grip strength in youth with obesity identifies those with increased cardiometabolic risk; Obesity Research and Clinical Practice
Muscular strength across the life course: The tracking and trajectory patterns of muscular strength between childhood and mid-adulthood in an Australian cohort; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Muscular strength measured across the life-course and the metabolic syndrome; Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases
Pediatric metabolic syndrome: Long-term risks for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease; Pediatric Obesity
Predictive utility of childhood anthropometric measures on adult glucose homeostasis measures: a 20-year cohort study; International Journal of Obesity
Relative contribution of blood pressure in childhood, young and mid-adulthood to large artery stiffness in mid-adulthood; Journal of the American Heart Association
The association between grip strength measured in childhood, young- and mid-adulthood and prediabetes or type 2 diabetes in mid-adulthood; Sports Medicine
The association between muscular power from childhood to adulthood and adult measures of glucose homeostasis; Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports
The great leap backward: changes in the jumping performance of Australian children aged 11 - 12-years between 1985 and 2015; Journal of Sports Sciences
Tracking of muscular strength and power from youth to young adulthood: Longitudinal findings from the Childhood Determinants of Adult Health Study; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport

Research Projects

Harnessing the power of childhood physical fitness to prevent cardiovascular disease; Heart Foundation (HF)
International cut-points for musculoskeletal fitness associated with increased health risk in children
International meeting to identify potential priority research areas for physical fitness among children and youth

Research Candidate Supervision