Canada Research Chair in Shoulder Mechanics
Cross appointment with the Department of Systems Design, Faculty of Engineering
My overriding goal as a researcher is to produce new information to improve both working and general quality of life, with a particular focus on shoulder health and performance.
In summary, my research program aims to generate new knowledge in four major areas:
- Fundamental shoulder function and dysfunction;
- Creation and validation of mathematical models to predict shoulder demands
- Applications of shoulder biomechanics to workplace injury prevention
- Rehabilitative and preventative strategies for ensuring shoulder health
More information about previous and ongoing projects can be found on the website of my laboratory, Digital Ergonomics and Shoulder Evaluation Laboratory (DIESEL).
Graduate supervision and student opportunities
- Research volunteer
- Undergraduate thesis
- MSc thesis
- PhD thesis
- Post Doctoral Fellowship
Please email me to discuss current available opportunities.
Teaching, expertise, tools and technologies
- Shoulder biomechanics
- Digital human modeling
- Motion Capture
- Upper limb biomechanics
- Computational musculoskeletal modeling
- In vitro analysis
KIN 428: Upper Extremity Disorders
KIN 613: Modern Methods in Biomechanical Modeling
BSc, Alfred University
MSc, Clemson University
See Google Scholar for full list of publications.