Aaron Chin


  • The University of Western Australia (M408), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


Dr Aaron Chin is a Lecturer in the School of Human Sciences at UWA. His research areas span across biomechanics in sport, clinical and rehabilitation fields. After completing is PhD at UWA, Aaron immersed himself in industry and has over a decade of experience in the biomechanics and engineering fields working with Olympic athletes and populations with chronic conditions. 


Aaron completed further study with a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Exercise Physiology, enabling him to practise as an Accredited Clinical Exercise Physiologist. Being involved in both private clinical practice and University education allows him to provide a balance of theoretical, practical and applied experience to his teaching and research approaches.

Aaron was the recipient of an Early Career Individual Teaching Excellence Award in 2023 from the School of Human Sciences.

Teaching overview

- SSEH4633 Advanced Biomechanical Methods (Unit Coordinator)

- SSEH3355 Biomechanical Principles

 SSEH2250 Biomechanics in Sport and Exercise


- Biomechanics in Sports performance and Rehabilitation

- Application of technologies for sports and clinical biomechanics

- Exercise and orthopaedic rehabilitation

Education/Academic qualification

Clinical Exercise Physiology, Graduate Diploma, Graduate Diploma in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Murdoch University

Award Date: 10 Jan 2022

Biomechanics, PhD, Three-Dimensional Modelling of the Upper Limb, The University of Western Australia

Award Date: 13 May 2009

External positions

Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Hollywood Functional Rehabilitation Clinic

2022 → …


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