Dr Daniel Fong is a Senior Lecturer (broadly equivalent to Associate Professor) at Loughborough University, The United Kingdom. He is affiliated with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine – East Midlands, an IOC Research Centre for Prevention of Injury and Protection of Athlete Health. He is well known for his series of publications on the mechanism of sport-related ankle sprain injury, which included an IOC-supported study on two ankle sprain cases from 2008 Beijing Olympics. He utilised the findings from the mechanism study to drive his another series of research on the prevention of ankle sprain injury, by a pair of sport leggings with all the electronics printed on, a motion sensor to detect injurious foot and ankle motion, and a pair of electrodes to stimulate the leg muscles in order to catch up and stop the injury in time [more details at http://danielfong.org]. Since 2006, he has gained £1.5M research grant from 32 projects, and have published about 60 peer-reviewed journal articles. His works have attracted about 3500 citations with a h-index of 27 [As on 7 Feb 2019, Google Scholar].

He is a Fellow of The International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Fellow of The Hong Kong Association of Sports Medicine and Sports Science, and Life Member of World Association of Chinese Biomedical Engineers. He is currently a Council Member of the International Ankle Consortium which recently published several consensus articles on the prevention and rehabilitation of ankle sprain injury and instability. He has been the Vice President of The International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, and is currently serving as Editor-in-Chief of the society’s journal, Sports Biomechanics. He has also served in the editorial board of 8 other journals, and has served as reviewer for over 200 times for 50+ different journals in sports medicine, biomechanics, biomedical engineering, orthopaedics, and rehabilitation areas.