A pilot study of home-delivered exercise for improving balance and muscle strength in obese older adults with sarcopenia
This research study aims to understand why falls and fracture risk is higher in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, in order to improve screening and diagnosis of osteoporosis.
Haemophilia is a genetic condition where there is a deficiency in a blood clotting factor, and mostly affects men. This research study will be the first to focus on bone and muscle in patients with haemophilia A to understand why fracture rates are higher.
Identifying variants in novel genes that predispose people on anti-resorptive therapy to sustain atypical femur fractures.
Identifying the incidence of atypical femur fractures at Monash Health, by reviewing medical records and radiological scans for patients with femur fractures.