Tim Taha

Tim Taha, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Elite Athlete Training

  • Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
55 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2W6

About Tim

Academic Training

BA (Phys Ed), University of Western Ontario

M.Ed, Temple University

PhD, University of Toronto

Research Interests

Theoretical physiology

Elite athlete training; training programme design; speed, strength and power training

Athlete Development

Rowing, cycling, track and field

Selected Publications

Paniccia, M., Verweel, L., Thomas, S., Taha, T., Keightley, M., Wilson, K., & Reed, N. (2018). Heart Rate Variability in Healthy Non-Concussed Youth Athletes: Exploring the Effect of Age, Sex, and Concussion-Like Symptoms. Frontiers in Neurology. 8.

Paniccia, M., Taha, T., Keightley, M., Thomas, S., Verweel, L., Murphy, J., Wilson, K., Reed, N. (2018). Autonomic Function Following Concussion in Youth Athletes: An Exploration of Heart Rate Variability Using 24-hour Recording Methodology. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 

Fait, P., McFadyen, B.J., Zabjek, K., Reed, N., Taha, T., Keightley, M. (2011). Increasing task complexity decreases ice hockey skill performance in youth athletes. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 112(1), 29-43.

Reed, .N, Taha, T., Keightley, M., Duggan, C., McAuliffe, J., Cubos, J., Baker, J., Faught, B., McPherson, M.,  Montelpare, W. (2010). Measurement of sustained head impacts in youth ice hockey players.  International Journal of Sports Medicine, 31(11), 826-33.

Taha, T. and Thomas, S.(2003) Systems Modelling of the Relationship between Training and PerformanceSports Medicine, 33(14), 1061-1073.