Graduate Students


Amber Sorensen Van Cleaveambersorensenvancleave

M.S. (2016)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Knee Laxity and estradiol interactions.
After Graduation: Biomedical Engineer, Technical Career Field Trainee Company: Corporoal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center.


Crystal CoolbaughCCoolbaugh[1]

Ph.D (2013)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Personalized Physical Activity Prescription:
Physical Activity Monitor Development and Applications
After Graduation: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science


Cambrie Starkel

M.S. (2013)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Knee Arthrometer Design and Testing
After Graduation: Clinical Research Specialist, MOVES Laboratory, Wexner Medical Center, The Ohio State University


Jennifer Neugebauer

Ph.D. (2011)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Factors Related to Achilles Tendon Mechanical Properties and to Loading
During Locomotion in Growing Youth: Implications for Biomechanically Based Physical Activity Guidelines
After Graduation: Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Army Research Laboratory


Eric Whittaker

M.S. (2009)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: A Portable Data Acquisition System to Evaluate
Lower Extremity Athletic Performance and Injury Risk
After Graduation: Research Engineer, US Dept of Veterans Affairs, VA Puget Sound Hospital.  Center of Excellence for Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic Engineering, Seattle, WA


Casey Myers

M.S. (2009)
Exercise Science Graduate Group
Research: A Biomechanical Approach to Prescribing ACL Injury Prevention Interventions
After Graduation: Research/Scientist, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic, Vail, CO


Katie Antle

M.S. (2007)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Achilles Tendon Inuries: Predisposing Factors for People 30-50 Years of Age
After Graduation: Student – Northwestern Prosthetics Program


Tim Clark

M.S. (2007)
Exercise Science Graduate Group
Research: Human Lower Limb Muscle Mass Redistribution during Muscle Activation
and Joint Movement and the Effects on Limb Inertial Properties and Movement Dynamics:
A Computer Modeling Approach
After Graduation: Human Factors Design Engineer, MEI Technologies, Johnson Space Center, TX


Russell Dunning

M.S. (2005)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: In-Vivo Quantification of Muscle-Tendon Adaptation to Strength Training:
Gender and Age Dependence
After Graduation: Physical Therapist


Martin Burry

M.S. (2005)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Exercise Modality, Phosphorylation of p70s6k and
Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy
After Graduation: Researcher, UCSD – Institute of Oceanography


Jennifer Springer (Bishop)

M.S. (2005)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Instrumentation System for Biomechanical Analysis of the Backpack User Interface
After Graduation: Product Development Engineer – Nike Inc.


Alexandre BaudouinAlexandreBaudouin[1]

M.S. (2003)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Development of an on-water Rowing Performance
Data Collection and Analysis System
After Graduation: Product Development Engineer – Nike Inc.


Carina Bender

M.S. (2003)
Exercise Science Graduate Group
Research: Modeling and Experimental Quantification of Lateral Force Transmission
Between Passive Skeletal Muscles
After Graduation: Physical Therapist Davis, CA


Lisa Coughlin

M.S. (2003)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Validity and Utility of an Ankle Joint Ergometer/Ultrasound System
for Studying Muscle-Tendon Mechanics In-Vivo
After Graduation: Product Development Engineer – TEI Biosciences Boston, MA


Leah DellaniniLeahDellanini[1]

M.S. (2002)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: A Modeling Approach for Studying the Effects of Bone and
Muscle Sizes on Limb Inertial Properties and Limb Dynamics
After Graduation: Product Development Engineer – Alphatec Manufacturing


Jeremy CarrleJeremyCarrle[1]

M.S. (2002)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Pediatric Wheelchair Design: Optimizing for Human Performance
After Graduation: Rehabilitation Engineer – Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries. Cincinnati, OH


AlanBarr[1]Alan Barr

M.S. (2000)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Musculoskeletal Modeling of the Lower Extremity
to Assess Interactions Between Limb Morphology and Movement Dynamics
After Graduation: Associate Development Engineer – UCSF Department of Occupational Medicine


Paul PagePaulPage[1]

M.S. (2000)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Biofeedback System for Dryland Training of Rowers
After Graduation: UCSF Medical School


Alessandro (Alex) UrlandoAlexUrlando[1]

M.S. (2000)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Non-invasive Investigation of Muscle-Tendon Adaptation
During Strength Training Using Ultrasonography
After Graduation: Engineer and COO – Life Measurement Inc.


Matt FryMattFry[1]

M.S. (Incomplete)
Exercise Science Graduate Group
Research: Computer Modeling and Simulation of Movement Performance and Injury Risk During Growth
After HPL: Ergonomist – New United Manufacturing, Safety Division


 

Michael BeyMikeBey[1]

M.S. (1994)
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group
Research: Analysis of a Mathematical Model for Predicting Muscle Forces in the Lower Extremity.

After Graduation: Research/Scientist, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic, Vail, CO