Lex D. de Jong & Anne-Marie Hill

Lex D. de Jong is a postdoctoral researcher, currently working as a Senior Research Coordinator at Rijnstate Hospital, Arnhem, The Netherlands, and as an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. In the past few years his research has focused on stroke rehabilitation, healthy ageing and falls prevention.

Anne-Marie Hill is a Professor in the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, a member of the editorial board of BMC Geriatrics, and an APA-titled Gerontological physiotherapist (awarded by the Australian Physiotherapy Association 2007) who also holds educational qualifications. Her research interests in are healthy ageing and health for older people, focusing on falls prevention, patient education and exercise. She was awarded an NHMRC early career fellowship (2012-2015) and an NHMRC (Australia) Investigator EL2 award (2020-2025). She has obtained over $11M in research funding, collaborates on multiple national projects and has led large clinical trials in community, hospital and residential care populations. She supervises and mentors allied health professionals to undertake research with older people and works closely with organisations and clinicians to assist in translation of falls prevention evidence into practice in Australia.