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What NWBS Is All About

We are pleased to announce the 19th Annual Northwest Biomechanics Symposium to be held May 17-18, 2024 at the University of Oregon in Eugene, OR.

 

This symposium, in the spirit of ASB meetings, will encourage students in biomechanics, assist regional collaborations between research institutions, and advance the state-of-the-art in biomechanics research and education.

Key Dates

Abstract Submissions                  Due April 5th

Notification of Acceptance           April 15th

Registration Window                    April 1st - May 1st

Conference                                  May 17 - 18th

2024 Awards

Best Podium (Ph.D):

Emily Karolidis | University of Oregon: SEX-BASED DIFFERENCES IN KNEE MECHANICS AND PLANTAR PRESSURE DURING SOCCER CUTTING

Best Podium Honorable Mention (Ph.D):

Charlotte Caskey | University of Washington: EFFECT OF SPINAL STIMULATION AND INTERVAL TREADMILL TRAINING ON GAIT MECHANICS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

Best Podium (Non-Ph.D):

Issac Burgess | Montana State University: Kinematic Differences Between Pin and Freeride Backcountry Ski Bindings During Treadmill Skinning

Best Podium Honorable Mention (Non-Ph.D):

Victoria Landrum | University of Washington: IMPACT OF A RESISTIVE ANKLE EXOSKELETON ON FATIGUE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY 

Best Poster (Ph.D):

Holly Olvera | Boise State University: COMMON INFANT PRODUCT MATERIALS NEGATIVELY IMPACT BREATHING PATTERNS IN ADULTS

Best Poster Honorable Mention (Ph.D):

Jarod Forer | University of Oregon: FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY TIMECOURSE IN A PRECLINICAL MODEL OF ACHILLES TENDON INJURY

Best Poster (Non-Ph.D):

Zahra Abedzadehzavareh | Washington State University: UNDERSTANDING THE PREGNANT WADDLE: IMPAIRED BALANCE OR PROTECTIVE MECHANISM?"

 

Best Poster Honorable Mention (Non-Ph.D):

Garrett Westling | Montana State University: DIFFERENCES IN MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY BETWEEN PIN AND FREERIDE BINDINGS

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