Assistant Professor, SBME


Research Theme:

Research Interests:

musculoskeletal modeling of traumatic brain injury, parameter identification, wearable sensors in concussion biomechanics, Bayesian filter for high rate human motion measurements


The Human Motion Biomechanics Lab (HuMBL) is currently looking for highly motivated Masters and PhD students in all areas of our research. As our lab does interdisciplinary research, we encourage students with different backgrounds in engineering and science to apply. In addition to academic diversity, we at HuMBL also believe in fostering a diverse and inclusive laboratory community and culture.

The lab is focused on five main areas:

1. Sensorimotor Neutrophysiology
2. Clinical Applications
3. Wearable Sensing
4. Musculoskeletal Modeling
5. Resources