Principal Investigator (PI)
Jason R. Franz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
BS, Biological Sciences, NC State, 2007
MS, Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, 2010
PhD, Applied Physiology, Georgia Tech, 2016
Post-doc, NC State, 2017
My research focuses on biomechanics, motor learning, and adaptation to mechanical perturbations and visual feedback. I am particularly interested in how changes to the environment during locomotion affect balance in healthy and clinical populations.
Michael Browne, Ph.D. Candidate
M.S. Biomedical Engineering, NC State University, 2016
B.S. Biomedical Engineering, NC State University, 2012
My research interests are in the development and evaluation of translational therapies and technologies for gait impairments. My current projects revolve around the use of biofeedback to understand and improve functional mobility in our aging population.
Katie Conway, Ph.D. Student
B.Eng Biomedical Engineering, City University London, 2016
I am interested in developing and using novel approaches for the functional assessment of neuromuscular capacity in walking. Ultimately, these approaches can elucidate underlying mechanisms and inform the tailored prescription of interventions for individuals with propulsive deficits due to aging, injury, or disease.
Billy Clark, Ph.D. Student
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Alabama, 2016
My research interests involve the development of novel in vivo ultrasound imaging techniques to investigate the complex interaction between muscle and tendon during functional activity.
Ashish Khanchandani, Quantitative Biology
Hannah McKenney, Biomedical Engineering
Jackson Richards, Biomedical Engineering
Sarah Fickey, Biomedical Engineering
Marcus Childs, Biomedical Engineering
Sam Vinogradov, Biomedical Engineering
Mu Qiao, Ph.D. (Post-doc). Current position: Assistant Professor, Louisiana Tech University
Jessica Thompson, M.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2017
Heather Stokes, B.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2017
Jeroen Waanders, M.S., Visiting Scholar (University of Groningen), 2017
Randall Bissette, B.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2018