Rehabilitation specialists and researchers have long hypothesized that ACL injury results in gait changes that contribute to the onset of osteoarthritis, said Lindsey Lepley, assistant professor of kinesiology at the University of Michigan. A recent study led by Lepley is the first known to demonstrate that link.
Two Kinesiology graduate students were accepted into the competitive Precision Health Graduate Certificate Program (PHGC) offered through the Learning Health Sciences Department at Michigan Medicine.
Jeff Horowitz, professor of Movement Science, was inducted as a Fellow into the National Academy of Kinesiology during a virtual ceremony held September 25, 2020. Read the full press release here.
The School of Kinesiology is pleased to welcome Dr. Bente Klarlund Pedersen as the 2020 speaker for the Katarina T. Borer Lecturership in Exercise Endocrinology and Metabolism.
The University of Michigan School of Kinesiology’s doctoral program is ranked number one nationally by the National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK) following the release of its 2020 Review and Evaluation of Doctoral Programs.
A group of students in Pete Bodary's in-person Scientific Inquiry Using Wearable Technology class are using the latest wearable technology to determine what happens during a workout with or without a face covering.
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Mark Rosentraub, professor of Sport Management, discusses the benefits and risks of the Big Ten Conference resuming football on October 24 in an article that was published on The Conversation.
Read the article on The Conversation.
For the first time since 1882, the University of Michigan's football team isn't scheduled to compete in a normal season. The postponed season is upending life and business in this quintessential college town, which typically sees an influx of out-of-towners to each home game when more than 100,000 fans fill Michigan Stadium.