Qualifications 

2015 Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2016 Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Position title

PhD Candidate

Profile

Chloe completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, followed by a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at The University of Queensland. Prior to commencing her PhD, she worked as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and research assistant on a number of research projects associated with The University of Queensland, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. These projects focused on exercise prescription and adherence for a variety of conditions including peripheral arterial disease, cancer and liver transplant recipients.

Research Interests

Her research interests focus on exercise oncology, with an emphasis on exercise adherence and the maintenance of health-related outcomes. Specifically, her research aims to better understand the psychosocial and behavioural factors associated with long-term exercise adherence in cancer populations, with a focus on breast, colorectal and prostate cancer survivors. Further, understanding the physiological benefits and changes associated with long-term exercise adherence. Her current research is investigating the impact of Cancer Council Queensland’s Peer Support Program to improve long-term exercise adherence in breast, colorectal and prostate cancer survivors.