ABL attends 2017 Regional ASB

The UNC/NCSU Applied Biomechanics Lab had a terrific showing at the 2017 Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium this week! Congratulations to all our students and trainees!

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Abstracts Presented:

Clark WH and Franz JR, Do triceps surae muscle dynamics govern non-uniform Achilles tendon deformations? Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.

Nuckols RW, Dick TJM, Franz JR, Sawicki GS, Using elastic ankle exoskeletons to counteract age-related structure-function deficits. Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.

Qiao M, Feld JA, and Franz JR. Aging effects on leg joint variability during walking in the presence of optical flow perturbations. Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.

Browne MG and Franz JR, Does dynamic stability govern propulsive force generation in human walking? Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.

Conway KA and Franz JR, The functional utilization of propulsive capacity during human walking. Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.

Thompson JD and Franz JR, Age and falls history effects on antagonist leg muscle coactivation during walking with optical flow perturbations. Human Movement Science and Biomechanics Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.