Daphne Ho

Graduate student, MSc
Daphne Ho

Contact information:

Location: B.C. Matthews Hall, room 1115


Daphne is an MSc student with a focus in biomechanics. Her research is related to the use of wearable technologies as a tool to help monitor and reduce biomechanical exposure in the workplace.

Research Highlights

See Daphne’s online CV here (https://cvonline.me/@bgvsb174ow).

  • Calford A, Ho D, Fischer SL. Efficacy of lift assist devices for floor to stretcher lifting. October 2021. Niagara Falls, ON. Niagara Emergency Medical Service.
  • Calford A, Ho DC, Cleworth T, Laing ACT, Ferron R, Fischer SL.  Exploring the efficacy of portable lift-assist devices to reduce exposures compared to a manual lift.  Proceedings of the 2022 North American Congress on Biomechanics.  Ottawa, Ontario.  August 2022. (Submitted).

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