Monthly Archives: May 2016

Can biomechanics research reduce firefighter injuries?

In a groundbreaking study, UCRISE researchers are applying the principles of biomechanics, supported by advanced monitoring technology, to investigating the causes of firefighter muscle and joint injuries. The project was initiated by recent UCRISE PhD graduate and experienced firefighter, Dr … Continue reading

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Meet the researchers: Gordon Waddington

Professor Gordon Waddington is the Theme Leader for Sport and Exercise Medicine. In this 3-minute video Professor Waddington describes his role, current research areas, key partners, and fellow researchers.

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