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Professor Neil King

Professor
Faculty of Health
School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
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Professor King is nationally and internationally recognised as a researcher in Physical Activity, Appetite Control and Energy Balance.  He has published over 150 peer-reviewed journal articles, over 150 peer-reviewed conference abstracts and 20 book chapters.  He has an h-index of 51.  His publications have been cited more than 360 times/year. More than 75% of his publications are in journals ranked in the top quartile. His research has advanced the understanding of the interaction between exercise, satiety and appetite regulation, and in particular, the role of exercise in weight management.

PhD and Masters Research Supervision

Professor King has successfully supervised 22 Higher Degree Research students to completion.   He is interested in supervising projects that lead to  innovative and effective weight loss strategies. Examples include, exercise and dietary interventions, serious games technologies and determining psychological factors associated with susceptibility to weight gain and resistance to weight loss. Desirable qualifications include graduates with degrees in Nutrition, Dietetics, Sports Science and Human Movements. If you are interested in doing a PhD or an MPhil. with Professor King, please send him an email with a copy of your cv and a brief (max. 500 words) research proposal.

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Publications

Author publications, as listed on QUT ePrints http://eprints.qut.edu.au/view/person/King,_Neil.html

Research areas

Diet
Appetite
Variability
Intermittent
Weight Management
Obesity
Food preference
Energy restriction
Nutrition and dietetics
Exercise
Human movement and sports science

Connections

Has association with
Mobile Diet Appetite Study 1  (Research data set)
Mobile Diet Appetite Study 2  (Research data set)

Contacts

Name: Professor Neil King
Phone: +61 7 3138 3528

Other

Date record created:
2013-12-05
Date record modified:
2022-11-25T10:31:19
Record status:
Published - Open Access