BBRC staff presents research at University of Tennessee Health Science Center
PhD students Alexis Nelson and Hailey Fong presented their research to students and faculty of the biomedical engineering program at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center on Friday, October 21.
Doug Powell gives presentations at Angelo State University
Dr. Powell gave three presentations to Kinesiology students at Angelo State University highlighting conducted in the Breast Biomechanics Research Center. In addition to his research presentations, Dr. Powell discussed student recruitment and UofM’s developing Doctor of Physical Therapy program with the chair of the kinesiology program, Dr. James Eldridge.
Doug Powell is awarded the University of Memphis Graduate Student Advisor Award
On September 30, Dr. Powell was awarded the 2022 Graduate Student Advisor Award by the University of Memphis. Candidates for the award are nominated by current and former graduate students with a single award given each year. Upon receiving the award, Dr. Powell stated that he is “honored and privileged to have the opportunity to work with such capable and dedicated graduate students. They are the center of our purpose and success in the Breast Biomechanics Research Center."
Doug Powell presents at the University of Tennessee
On September 2, Dr. Powell gave a research presentation to the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn His presentation entitled, "Sports Bra-Related Improvements in Running Performance and Underlying Biomechanical Determinants" represents some of the recent research conducted by the BBRC.
Hailey Fong Wins Interest Group Award
Hailey Fong, a PhD student in the Breast Biomechanics Research Center, won the Biomechanics Interest Group Presentation Award at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine for her research investigating the effect of sports bra support on knee joint biomechanics during double limb landing. The annual conference was held at the Convention Center in San Diego, California.
Hailey Fong presents at Southern Mississippi
On April 8, Hailey Fong presented BBRC research to the School of Kinesiology and Nutrition at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Her presentation focusing on the influence of sports bra support on knee joint biomechanics elicited an exuberant discussion of potential follow up projects.