Annemarie Laudanski is currently pursuing her PhD researching the use of cameraless motion capture for measuring human motion.
Her research focus lies the development of classification algorithms based on inertial measurement unit data for the study of knee kinematics in daycare workers.
Michelle Loo is currently pursuing her MSc researching knee orthopaedic biomechanics.
Her research focuses on tissue properties of knee ligaments, specifically the ACL under in vivo conditions, and the tendons used to surgically reconstruct it.
Jessa Buchman-Pearle is completing her MSc in biomechanics. Her research interests include occupational biomechanics, with an emphasis on injury and disease mechanisms. Currently, she is researching improvements for motion capture data acquisition during postures which require deep knee flexion, like squatting and kneeling.
Terri Weeks is currently pursuing her MSc with Dr. Stacey Acker.
Madalyn Tworzyanski is currently pursuing her MSc with Dr. Stacey Acker.