Jacqueline has always been curious about movement. Whether it’s helping surgeons make best practice decisions, helping AFL players avoid knee injuries, or advising the International Cricket Council on who might be “chucking” – you’ll find her somewhere close with a camera.
Will your digital twin make you healthier?
Would you share your data for the common good? Biomechanist Jacqueline Alderson shows how sophisticated simulations based on real data can help prevent disease, illness and injury.
Jacqueline Alderson is an Associate Professor of Biomechanics at the University of Western Australia and Adjunct Professor of Human Performance, Innovation and Technology at the Auckland University of Technology. She has always been curious about movement - whether it’s helping surgeons make best practice decisions or helping AFL players avoid knee injuries. She now travels the world to share her knowledge in human movement, wearable tech and artificial intelligence and its role in tracking, analysing and intervening in the human condition.