We congratulate Dr. Nathalie Oomen on the successful defense of her PhD dissertation titled: "Kinematic variability in repetitive occupational tasks as an individual trait from different motor control perspectives"!
Demonstrating principles of integrity, excellence, grit and curiosity, Justin Davidson, Sheldon Hawley and Sarah Remedios have graduated with a Master's of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo.The Occupational Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab is honoured to recognize the achievements of Justin Davidson, Sheldon Hawley and Sarah Remedios as they officially graduate.
The Occupational Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab (OBEL) is proud to celebrate the achievements of Nathania Chan and Chris Moore in recent NSERC award competitions.
Nathalie Oomen delivered an excellent 3-minute presentation receiving runner-up recognition in the 2019 Applied Health Sciences Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competion.
The impressive achievements of Occupational Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab (OBEL) teammates Daniel Armstrong, Laura Healey, Sarah Remedios, and Christopher Moore were recognized at the 2019 Applied Health Sciences Recognition Reception.
Ms. Uma Lad has successfully defended her MSc thesis which explored the utility of digital human models to estimate biomechanical exposures during patient handling activities.
Beautiful Portsmouth, UK played host to an international delegation of researchers, industry leaders and policy makers in attendance at the 3rd International Conference on Physical Employment Standards, also known as PES.
After careful deliberation, the Association of Canadian Ergonomists Ontario Council selected Nicholas Patrick's entry as the winner of the 2018 Student Competition.
Research impact defines 2017 for the Occupational and Biomechanics Lab (OBEL) lab team.