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Mu Qiao

Currently I am a graduate student in Department of Kinesiology and a member of ANS center at ASU. My background was about thermodynamics and heat transfer work. But I was interested in using the mathematical model to interpret the mechanical phenomenon.
Now I am under supervision with Dr. Jindrich focusing on the stability issues in movement frequently encountered by human beings. How an individual tries to maintain his posture from falling is a traditionally frequently asked question. This work is interesting since it is the most universal movement encountered by every one. We try to see the underlying mechanism and apply it into the aspects of injury prevention and rehabilitation.

I am also interested in the field of neuroscience although I am a novice. How people can regain the function from severe trauma in spine is an area of accumulating interests.


 

 

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