Research interests: I am interested in the clinical aspect of shoulder biomechanics, including musculoskeletal imbalances that may affect the functionality of the joint.
Equipment and methods I use: Passive motion capture, dynamometers, EMG, ratings of perceived exertion.
Who my research will help: Through the study of the impact of musculoskeletal disorders in the shoulder, I aim to incorporate new strategies in the prevention and/or treatment of shoulder dysfunctions.
Current studies: I am currently taking classes and assiting in the lab with ongoing DIESEL projects. Once I complete my comprehensive exams, I will focus on proposing my thesis project.