Alexander Gibson

MPhil, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Alexander Gibson is a Master of Philosophy student in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Brisbane, Australia. He completed an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences and his passion for sport and data led to an interest in triathlon focused research.

His current research has two studies. The first, involving detailed timing data provided from the World Triathlon Organization to advance the understanding of elite triathlon performance. The other, in recruiting participants to examine the physiological and perceptual effects of ordering daily running and cycling training in triathletes.

While completing his current research Alex also works part-time at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology (SNP) on a joint project with Franklin.AI. Franklin.AI is a clinically led artificial intelligence (AI) platform which is advancing and integrating the diagnosis of cancerous pathology through AI.

His learning interests extend through exercise physiology, clinical pathology, human performance, biochemistry, statistics, data visualization, AI, machine learning and epidemiology.