Dr Donny Camera
- School of Health Sciences
- Department of Health and Medical Sciences
- Hawthorn Hawthorn campus
- ORCID profile
I am an early-to-mid career teaching and research academic in the field of human physiology, anatomy and biochemisty. In 2013, I completed my PhD titled, ‘The Specificity of Training Adaptation in Skeletal Muscle.’ My research interests centre on how dietary protein type and amount can promote and maintain muscle mass and function across the lifespan. I enjoying teaching and currently convene the undergraduate Neurophysiology and Genes and Genomics units within the Health Sciences degree. I am also the Biomedical Sciences Major convenor and Health Sciences Honours Co-Ordinator.
Nutrition; Sport Science; Cell Biology and Biochemistry; Molecular Biology
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Sports Science And Exercise - 420700
Also published as: Camera, Donny; Camera, D.; Camera, Donny M.; Camera, Donny Michael
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2021: Development of a web-based repository system for monitoring of community fitness and muscle strength *; South Yarra Spine & Sports Medicine
- 2021: Double HIITing depression: combining self-controlled feedback and high intensity interval training (HIIT) to augment motivation, cardiorespiratory fitness, and adherence in individuals with clinical depression *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
- 2020: An investigation into the utility of the Immune Cycle in muscle damage, inflammation and recovery *; Lifecycle Technologies
- 2019: A short-term potato-enriched diet to support muscle accretion and promote substrate metabolism adaptations in recreationally active individuals *; Alliance for Potato Research and Education
* Chief Investigator
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