170 degrees

The People of Pathokinesiology

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.

 

 

Faculty

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    Dennis Dolny 

    Dr. Dolny conducts research related to the role of the aquatic environment in exercise conditioning.

     


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    Eadric Bressel 

    Dr. Bressel's research examines neuromechanical adaptations to therapeutic exercise.

     


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    Sydney Schaefer 

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    Breanna Studenka 

    Dr. Studenka's research examines the sensory-motor interaction of planning and executing sequential movement.

     

Students

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    Adam Raikes 

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    Talin Louder 

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    Sushma Alphonsa 

    Sushma began at USU in the Spring of 2014. She received her Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology from PES University in Bangalore India, and her Master's degree in Kinesiology and Health from the University of Wyoming.

     


 

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