Professor of Physical Activity and Health
Anne Tiedemann is a member of the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI) Steering Group, representing the Centre of Research Excellence in the Prevention of Fall-related Injuries; a diverse team of researchers that collaboratively develop and evaluate strategies in fall prevention that have the best chance of reducing Australia’s rising rate of fall-related injuries.
She is Professor of Physical Activity and Health at the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, a partnership between The University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District. Professor Tiedemann’s research develops and evaluates the effectiveness of scalable physical activity-based strategies to promote health and wellbeing and prevent falls in middle to older age. Professor Tiedemann’s current research projects include the first trial internationally to evaluate the effect of yoga on falls in people aged 60 years and older.