170 degrees

Facilities

The PhD in Movement Science is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students to be productive in research and to pursue a career in academia. The program offers training to investigators who seek to answer questions about human movement, its functions and dysfunctions. The program is organized around three core content areas: biocontrol, bioenergetics and biomechanics.

 

 

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Motor Rehabilitation & Learning Laboratory

The Motor Rehabilitation and Learning (MRL) Lab (PI: Sydney Schaefer, PhD) conducts human research that will be applied directly to clinical physical rehabilitative practice.

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Biomechanics Laboratory

Focused on the study of humans from a mechanical perspective.

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Sensory Motor Behavior Laboratory

The SMB lab conducts research on the planning and production of sequential and rhythmic movements, the role of social/contextual factors on characteristics of movement variability and potential therapeutic interventions for persons with movement disorders related to control of sequential and timed movement.

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Sports Medicine Laboratory

This laboratory includes postural evaluation and aquatic rehabilitation and is available to serve all PhD students & Faculty.

 

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