Researcher Biography

Saeed is a PhD candidate at the Institute for Social Science Research. Saeed has graduated with a bachelor’s degree in the major of Physical Education and Sport Sciences and pursued a Master’ degree in the major of Motor Control and Learning. His subsequent Master thesis was titled “Investigating the effect of mental fatigue on reaction time in professional swimmers”.

Saeed won an international PhD scholarship from The University of Queensland.

PhD Topic:

Health and social impacts of precarious work: the role of sleep and fatigue.

Advisors:

  • Principal: Dr Shamsi Shekari Soleimanloo (Principal)
  • Professor Simon Smith (Associate)
  • Dr Cassandra Pattinson (Associate)
  • Mr Dwayne Mann (Associate)

Research Interests:

  • Fatigue
  • Sleepiness
  • EEG