Steering Committee Members


Chair of the AAG Research Trust Grants Committee

Professor Anne-Marie Hill
PhD, M Sc.,B App Sc.(PT), Grad Cert Uni Teaching
Living on the lands of the Wadjak lands of the Noongar nation

APA Gerontological Physiotherapist: Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists

NHMRC Investigator EL2 grant holder (2020-25)

Senior Principal Research Fellow | School of Allied Health

Professor Anne-Marie Hill (PhD) is Senior Principal Research Fellow in the School of Allied Health and WA Centre for Health & Ageing at The University of Western Australia. Her research interests are in improving older people’s health and well-being with a special focus on fall prevention. Professor Hill holds an NHMRC EL2 Investigator (2020-25) grant focusing on fall prevention and was previously awarded an NHMRC early career fellowship also for fall prevention (2012-15). Professor Hill has obtained over $11.8 M in research funding. She is a titled Gerontological physiotherapist, awarded by the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and has over 30 years clinical experience working with older people. Professor Hill has led large clinical trials in hospital, community and residential aged care settings. She collaborates with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers and communities, focusing on physical activity programs for older Aboriginal people in WA.