Dr Tim Doyle

Dr Tim Doyle

Dr Tim Doyle 

  Dr Tim Doyle, Senior Lecturer

Email
Phone: +61 2 9850 9841 / Fax: +61 2 9850 6630
Location: Ground floor 75 Talavera Road 
Macquarie University

Introduction

Publications

Grants

Introduction

  • Bachelor of Science (Honours), University of Queensland.
  • Master of Science, Ball State University.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Edith Cowan University.
  • Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach, Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association.
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Griffith University.
  • Biomechanics and physical preparation researcher and educator with industry expertise in development of field based testing and talent identification.
  • Five years experience working in the Department of Defence developing physical testing protocols and injury screening.
  • Bachelor of Human Science (Human Movement) major coordinator.
  • Teaching expertise: biomechanics, strength and conditioning, motor control.
  • Over 40 peer-reviewed publications with 1,100 citations, an h-index of 14 and approx. $1m in research funding.
  • Research areas: biomechanics of lower limb injury, injury prevention, physical preparation for elite sport, development of field testing of physical performance, biomechanics of load carriage.
  • Key research collaborator: Professor David Lloyd, Griffith University.
  • Reviewer for multiple international journals, including Gait and Posture and International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance.
  • Australian Research Council Grant Reviewer.

Publications

  1. Beck, B., Carstairs, G. L., Caldwell Odgers, J. N., Doyle, T. L., & Middleton, K. J. (2015). Jerry Can Carriage Is an Effective Predictor of Stretcher Carry Performance. Ergonomics, 1-8.
  2. Carstairs, G. L., Ham, D. J., Savage, R. J., Best, S. A., Beck, B., & Doyle, T. L. (2016). A Box Lift and Place Assessment Is Related to Performance of Several Military Manual Handling Tasks. Military Medicine, 181(3), 258-264.
  3. Caia, J., Doyle, T. L., & Benson, A. C. (2013). A Cross-Sectional Lower-Body Power Profile of Elite and Subelite Australian Football Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(10), 2836-2841.
  4. Cochrane, J. L., Lloyd, D. G., Besier, T. F., Elliott, B. C., Doyle, T., & Ackland, T. R. (2010). Training Affects Knee Kinematics and Kinetics in Cutting Maneuvers in Sport. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 42(8), 1535-1544.
  5. Cormack, S. J., Newton, R. U., McGuigan, M. R., & Doyle, T. L. (2008). Reliability of Measures Obtained During Single and Repeated Countermovement Jumps. International Journal of Sports Physiology & Performance, 3(2).
  6. Donnelly, C., Elliott, B., Ackland, T., Doyle, T., Beiser, T., Finch, C., . . . Lloyd, D. G. (2012). An Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Prevention Framework: Incorporating the Recent Evidence. Research in Sports Medicine, 20(3-4), 239-262.
  7. Donnelly, C., Elliott, B., Doyle, T., Finch, C., Dempsey, A., & Lloyd, D. G. (2015). Changes in Muscle Activation Following Balance and Technique Training and a Season of Australian Football. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 18(3), 348-352.
  8. Donnelly, C. J., Elliott, B. C., Doyle, T. L., Finch, C. F., Dempsey, A. R., & Lloyd, D. G. (2012). Changes in Knee Joint Biomechanics Following Balance and Technique Training and a Season of Australian Football. British Journal of Sports Medicine, bjsports-2011-090829.
  9. Doyle, T., Lloyd, D., Elliott, B., Finch, C., & Twomey, D. (2010). Implementing Field-Based Testing and Training That Complements Laboratory-Based Evidence. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, e224-e225.
  10. Doyle, T. L., Davis, R. W., Humphries, B., Dugan, E. L., Horn, B. G., Shim, J. K., & Newton, R. U. (2004). Further Evidence to Change the Medical Classification System of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 21(1).
  11. Doyle, T. L., Dugan, E. L., Humphries, B., & Newton, R. U. (2004). Discriminating between Elderly and Young Using a Fractal Dimension Analysis of Centre of Pressure. International Journal of Medical Sciences, 1(1), 11-20.
  12. Doyle, T. L., Newton, R. U., & Burnett, A. F. (2005). Reliability of Traditional and Fractal Dimension Measures of Quiet Stance Center of Pressure in Young, Healthy People. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 86(10), 2034-2040.
  13. Dugan, E., Newton, R. U., Doyle, T. L., & Humphries, B. (2005). Comparison of Two Techniques to Measure Musculotendinous Stiffness of the Knee Flexors. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37(5), S91.
  14. Dugan, E. L., Doyle, T. L., Humphries, B., Hasson, C. J., & Newton, R. U. (2004). Determining the Optimal Load for Jump Squats: Areview of Methods and Calculations. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 18(3), 668-674.
  15. Dugan, E. L., Newton, R. U., Doyle, T. L., & Humphries, B. (2005). Design of a Controlled-Release Ergometer for the Measurement of Musculotendinous Stiffness of the Knee Flexors. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 19(4), 959-963.
  16. Finch, C., Gabbe, B., Lloyd, D., Cook, J., Young, W., Nicholson, M., White, P. (2011). The Design of a Study to Better Understand Facilitators and Barriers Towards Safety Guideline Uptake—the Nogaps Project. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14, e4-e5.
  17. Finch, C., Gabbe, B. J., Lloyd, D. G., Cook, J., Young, W., Nicholson, M., White, P. (2011). Sports Injury Prevention: Improving the Outcomes. Sport Health, 29(1), 34.
  18. Finch, C., Lloyd, D., Elliott, B., Doyle, T., Twomey, D., & Orchard, J. (2010). The Design and Conduct of Large-Scale Prospective Injury Prevention Trials—Lessons from the PAFIX Randomised Controlled Trial. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, e223-e224.
  19. Finch, C., Lloyd, D., Elliott, B., Twomey, D., & Doyle, T. (2010). From the Laboratory to Public Health Research—Translating Fundamental Science into a Practically Relevant and Fundable Project. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, e224.
  20. Finch, C. F., Diamantopoulou, K., Twomey, D.M., Doyle, T.L.A., Lloyd, D.G., Young, W., Elliott, B.C. (2013). The Reach and Adoption of a Coach-Led Exercise Training Programme in Community Football. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48(8), 718-723.
  21. Finch, C. F., Doyle, T. L., Dempsey, A. R., Elliott, B. C., Twomey, D. M., White, P. E., Lloyd, D. G. (2013). What Do Community Football Players Think About Different Exercise-Training Programmes? Implications for the Delivery of Lower Limb Injury Prevention Programmes. British Journal of Sports Medicine, bjsports-2013-092816.
  22. Finch, C. F., Gabbe, B. J., Lloyd, D. G., Cook, J., Young, W., Nicholson, M., Doyle, T. L. (2011). Towards a National Sports Safety Strategy: Addressing Facilitators and Barriers Towards Safety Guideline Uptake. Injury Prevention, 17(3), 1-10.
  23. Finch, C. F., Twomey, D. M., Fortington, L. V., Doyle, T. L., Elliott, B. C., Akram, M., & Lloyd, D. G. (2015). Preventing Australian Football Injuries with a Targeted Neuromuscular Control Exercise Programme: Comparative Injury Rates from a Training Intervention Delivered in a Clustered Randomised Controlled Trial. Injury Prevention, doi: injuryprev-2015-041667.
  24. Hasson, C. J., Dugan, E. L., Doyle, T. L., Humphries, B., & Newton, R. U. (2004). Neuromechanical Strategies Employed to Increase Jump Height During the Initiation of the Squat Jump. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 14(4), 515-521.
  25. Hawkins, S. B., Doyle, T. L., & McGuigan, M. R. (2009). The Effect of Different Training Programs on Eccentric Energy Utilization in College-Aged Males. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 23(7), 1996-2002.
  26. Humphries, B., Warman, G., Purton, J., Doyle, T. L., & Dugan, E. (2004). The Influence of Vibration on Muscle Activation and Rate of Force Development During Maximal Isometric Contractions. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 3(1), 16-22.
  27. Lloyd, D., Dempsey, A., Doyle, T., & Elliott, B. (2010). Different Studies Provide the Biomechanical and Neuromuscular Evidence Needed to Design an Effective Intervention. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, e224.
  28. Savage, R. J., Best, S. A., Carstairs, G. L., Ham, D. J., & Doyle, T. L. (2014). On the Relationship between Discrete and Repetitive Lifting Performance in Military Tasks. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 28(3), 767-773.
  29. Sheppard, J., Doyle, T., & Taylor, K.-L. (2008). A Methodological and Performance Comparision of Smith-Machine and Free Weight Jump Squats. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning, 16(2), 5-9.
  30. Sheppard, J., Young, W. B., Doyle, T., Sheppard, T., & Newton, R. U. (2006). An Evaluation of a New Test of Reactive Agility and Its Relationship to Sprint Speed and Change of Direction Speed. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 9(4), 342-349.
  31. Sheppard, J. M., & Doyle, T. L. (2008). Increasing Compliance to Instructions in the Squat Jump. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 22(2), 648-651.
  32. Talpey, S., Young, W., Twomey, D., Doyle, T., Elliott, B., Lloyd, D., & Finch, C. F. (2014). Acceleration, Change of Direction Speed and Agility Profile of Adult Community Level Australian Football Players. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning, 22(5), 176-178.
  33. Twomey, D., Finch, C., Doyle, T., Lloyd, D., & Elliot, B. (2010). Accuracy of the Field-Based Injury and Exposure Data Collection Methods in a Large Scale Injury Prevention Randomised Controlled Trial. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 13, e41.
  34. Twomey, D., Finch, C., Doyle, T., Lloyd, D., & Elliot, B. (2013). Challenges When Implementing a Sports Injury Prevention Training Program into Real-World Community Sport. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 16, e24.
  35. Twomey, D., Finch, C., Lloyd, D., Elliot, B., & Doyle, T. (2010). Considerations for High Quality Relevant Data Collection in Large Scale Injury Prevention Randomised Control Trials. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, e225.
  36. Twomey, D. M., Doyle, T. L., Lloyd, D. G., Elliot, B. C., & Finch, C. F. (2015). Challenges When Implementing an Evidence-Based Exercise Injury Prevention Training Program in Community-Level Sport. Journal of Applied Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Science, 1(1).
  37. Twomey, D. M., Finch, C. F., Doyle, T. L., Elliott, B. C., & Lloyd, D. G. (2011). Level of Agreement between Field-Based Data Collectors in a Large Scale Injury Prevention Randomised Controlled Trial. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14(2), 121-125.
  38. Twomey, D. M., Finch, C. F., Lloyd, D. G., Elliott, B. C., & Doyle, T. L. (2012). Ground Hardness and Injury in Community Level Australian Football. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(4), 305-310.
  39. Young, W. B., Newton, R. U., Doyle, T., Chapman, D., Cormack, S., Stewart, C., & Dawson, B. (2005). Physiological and Anthropometric Characteristics of Starters and Non-Starters and Playing Positions in Elite Australian Rules Football: A Case Study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 8(3), 333-345.

Grants

  1. 2010: Helen Macpherson Trust Small Grant, Glycaemic variation (blood sugar levels) in response to resistance exercise and training in individuals at risk of type 2 diabetes, $25, 000.
  2. 2010: Australian Academy of Science, Scientific Visits to North America program, $10,000.
  3. 2009: National Health and Medical Research Council Partnership Projects, Towards a national sports safety strategy – addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guidelines uptake, $796,990.
  4. 2009: Research Contract - Perth Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre, Knee motion during side stepping following single bundle versus double bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, $30,000.
  5. 2008: Research Contract – Fremantle Hospital, Gait patterns of different knee flexion gaps setting in total knee replacements, $16,750.
  6. 2007: University of Western Australia Small Grant, $12,000.
  7. 2006: National Health and Medical Research Council Equipment Grant, $56,000.
  8. 2006: Australian Institute of Sport National Sport Science Quality Assurance Research Program, A comparative analysis of the kinetics and kinematics of Smith machine, free-weight, and vertical jumps, $2,500.
  9. 2005: Department of Sport and Recreation, Government of Western Australia, Active Ageing Research Project, $25,170.
  10. 2003: International Society of Biomechanics – Congress Travel Grant, $1,000.
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