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Lab Personnel and Graduate Student Researchers

Lab Personnel

  • Tyler Brown, PhD

    Director

    Dr. Brown’s research focuses on assessing the impact of body borne load on soldier performance and injury risk. His involvement in collaborative projects include efforts to integrate novel imaging techniques and inertial sensors into biomechanical assessments of soldier performance.

    Dr. Brown’s research focuses on assessing the impact of body borne load on soldier performance and injury risk. His involvement in collaborative projects include efforts to integrate novel imaging techniques and inertial sensors into biomechanical assessments of soldier performance.

  • Kayla Seymore, MS

    Laboratory Manager/Research Associate

    Kayla is the research support for all COBR projects. Her involvement in collaborative projects include the integration of novel imaging techniques into biomechanical assessments of soldier performance and ankle prophylactics.

    Kayla is the research support for all COBR projects. Her involvement in collaborative projects include the integration of novel imaging techniques into biomechanical assessments of soldier performance and ankle prophylactics.

Graduate Student Researchers

  • micah

    Micah Drew

    2nd Year Master's Student

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Prolonged Load Carriage

    Kinesiology

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Prolonged Load Carriage

  • Samantha Krammer

    2nd Year Master's Student

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Prolonged Load Carriage

    Kinesiology

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Prolonged Load Carriage

  • Jeff Wilkins

    2nd Year Master's Student

    Whole-body Vibration Therapy to Improve Recovery

    Kinesiology

    Whole-body Vibration Therapy to Improve Recovery

  • JoHan Wang

    1st Year PhD Candidate

    Whole-body Vibration Therapy to Improve Recovery

    Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering

    Whole-body Vibration Therapy to Improve Recovery

  • Eli Walker

    1st Year PhD Candidate

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Load Carriage over Uneven Terrains

    Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering

    Lower Limb Neuromechanics during Load Carriage over Uneven Terrains