Studying sport can provide an insight into the limits of human performance and how individuals and groups differ in their responses to competitive environments. Studying human movement can provide insights into physiological, neural and psychological adaptations to exercise, into the role regular physical activity plays in chronic disease prevention and management, and into how the brain controls and coordinates everyday movements. UQ human movement and sports science is a leader in its field, with innovative, creative and impactful research in a vibrant, interdisciplinary environment. Our expertise spans the fields of biophysical, behavioural and socio-cultural enquiry to extend, apply and transmit knowledge and understanding about human movement and sports science.