Paola is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer within the School of Medical and Health Sciences, and the Exercise Medicine Research Institute.
Dr Paola Chivers is a part-time Senior Lecturer and Biostatistician at the Institute for Health Research (IHR) at The University of Notre Dame Australia (UNDA). Her research focus centres on Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and the subsequent reduction in health outcomes for these individuals and co-ordinates the bone health aspects of a longitudinal intervention study (AMPItUp). Dr Chivers provides biostatistician consultancy to the university (UNDA) and St John of God Hospital across a range of health topics, and conducts research methodology and statistical workshops for HDRs, clinicians and university staff. Dr Chivers also serves on the School of Health Sciences Research Committee at UNDA, is the research representative for the WA Country Health Service Human Research Ethics Committee (WACHS HREC) and is a member of the WA DCD Research Collaboration (Move Grow Engage). Dr Paola Chivers is a co-founding member of Western Australian Bone Research Collaboration (WABRC); a cross-institutional and multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians investigating bone health and disease; and is a manuscript reviewer for clinical journals across paediatric, human movement, ageing, obesity, epidemiology and neuroscience themes. Dr. Chivers is an active researcher in addition to her principal role as a Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics, supervising six (5) postgraduate research students, with three (3) completions and ~18 peer reviewed articles published in clinical journals.