Associate Professor Joshua Burns
Associate Professor Joshua Burns combines research and clinical training in podiatry, physiotherapy and neurology. In 2009 he completed a NHMRC Postdoctoral Fellowship in the field of neurology evaluating therapies for children with nerve and muscle diseases such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, and in 2011 was awarded a 4-year NHMRC Career Development Fellowship to continue his work on the measurement and management of children and adults with these disorders.
Associate Professor Marlene Fransen
Associate Professor Fransen has background in clinical physiotherapy and considerable experience in conducting clinical trials among people with hip or knee osteoarthritis. She is currently leading two large trials: The Longterm Evaluation of Glucosamine study (LEGS) evaluating the symptomatic and structural benefits of glucosamine and the MARKER study, a multicentre study evaluating an intensive exercise classes among patients who have recently undergone total knee replacement surgery.