Sheereen Harris

Assistant professor

Teaching, expertise, tools and technologies: Exercise and health psychology; health behaviour change; behavioural science; mental fatigue; motivation, ecological momentary assessment (EMA)

Teaching, expertise, tools and technologies: shoulder and wrist biomechanics, occupational biomechanics and ergonomics, instrumentation, electromyography, human motion capture

Tyson studies the biomechanics of movement coordination, control, and musculoskeletal injury. His applied research focuses on movement screening, assessment, and training for health and performance.

Jason Au

Assistant Professor

Specialization: Physiology and nutrition 

Teaching, expertise, tools, and technologies: cardiovascular exercise physiology, blood flow, arterial stiffness, arterial bifurcations, high frame rate ultrasound, echocardiography

Kaylena Ehgoetz Martens

Assistant Professor

Specialization: Neuroscience

Teaching, expertise, tools and technologies: Aging and neurodegeneration movement disorders; gait kinematics; neuropsychology and neurocognitive assessment; mood, emotion and cognition; fear, threat, anxiety and depression; virtual reality