Senior Sports Physiotherapist @ Australian Institute of Sport
Michael Drew is a currently a senior sports physiotherapist at the Australian Institute of Sport where he overseas research and capability projects across a variety of areas such as epidemiology, load management, injury and illness prevention as well as supervising PhD and Masters students. He holds a PhD in Physiotherapy, is currently completing his Masters in Clinical Epidemiology and is in the final stages of his Fellowship by Original Contribution to the College of Physiotherapy. Michael holds an adjunct appointment to the University of Canberra and is an adjunct researcher at the Australian Collaboration for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention (ACRISP) which is one of the International Research Centres for Prevention of Injury and Protection of Athlete Health supported by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Within these roles he has overseen several large scale data analytics project, aimed at the real-time use of data to inform injury and illness prevention in professional and Olympic athletes.