March, 2017; Biomechanics students participated in the 2017 Student Symposium at Ball State University hosted by Sponsored Projects Administration.
Biomechanical Differences Between Sexes and Limb Dominance During a Cutting Maneuver
Biomechanical Differences Between a Split-Step and Sidestep Cut in Female Tennis Players
Landing Kenetics, Kinematics, and Electromyography Patterns in Female Athletes and Recreational Athletes
2017 Student Symposium Keys/Litten/Smith Award Winner
The Effect of Grade on the Biomechanics of Downhill Running in Female Distance Runners
August, 2016; Biomechanics faculty and graduate students present at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics in Raleigh, North Carolina.
July, 2016; Biomechanics graduate student Jonathan Foster selected to receive a Force and Motion Foundation Travel Scholarship for his poster submission entitled Prolonged Cycling's Effect on Transition Run Mechanics in Triathletes. Click here to see the virtual poster.
April, 2016; Biomechanics students participated in the 2016 Student Symposium at Ball State University hosted by Sponsored Projects Administration.
The Effect of Landing Type on Kinematics, Kinetics, and Muscle Activity during Landing
Prolonged Cycling's Effect on Subsequent Running Mechanics in Recreation Triathletes
2016 Student Symposium Keys/Litten/Smith Award Content Winner
The Influence of Incline Walking and Stair Ascending on Lower Extremity Mechanics in Older Adults
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