Newland P, Kimutis A, Salter A, Flick L, Thomas FP, Rantz M & Skubic M, “Continuous In-Home Symptom and Mobility Measures for Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis: A Case Presentation,” Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 49(4):241-246, August 2017.
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Sherman, S. Gulbrandsen T, Miller S, Guess T, Willis B, Blecha K, Huo Z, Skubic M & Gray A. “Mass Screening of Youth Athletes for High Risk Landing Patterns using a Portable and Inexpensive Motion Sensor Device.” AOSSM. Poster Presentation for the Annual AOSSM Meeting. Colorado Springs, CO. July 2016.
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Sherman S, Willis BW, Guess T, Gray A, Skubic M & Blecha K. “Mass Screening of Youth Athletes for High Risk Landing Patterns Using a Portable and Inexpensive Motion Sensor Device: Efficiency, Gender Disparities and Continued Validity of the Xbox Kinect for Assessing ACL Injury Risk,” ACL Study Group. Are, Sweden. March 13-17, 2016.

Measuring the Alignment of Piano Students for Injury Prevention

This project is a collaboration between three different disciplines: Music, Engineering and Health Science. The long-term goal is to develop strategies for injury-prevention in undergraduate piano students. Common causes of injury among young pianists are: skeletal misalignment, excessive muscular tension and repetitive stress injury.

Portable Inexpensive Motion Analysis System to Identify Female Athletes at High Risk of Knee ACL Tear

The general objective is to develop and test a prototype ACL Gold computer software utilizing the Microsoft Kinect motion sensor that includes a screening tool and intervention to help prevent ACL tears in female youth athletes. The program measures the knee abduction angle during specific jumping and cutting tasks.

Technology to Enhance Aging in Place at TigerPlace

The dream of older Americans is to remain as active and independent as possible for as long as possible. They want to age in place, not in institutions like nursing homes. Recently, enabling technology in the form of low cost sensors, computers, and communications systems has become available, which with supportive health care services makes the dream of aging in place a reality.

Technology Interventions for Elders with Mobility and Cognitive Impairments

Americans are living longer and more fulfilled lives, and they desire to live as independently as possible. But independent lifestyles come with risks. To address these issues, researchers are developing “smart home” technologies to help older adults remain independent at home while controlling costs. Smart homes enhance residents’ safety and monitor health conditions using sensors and other devices. Such technology can help keep older adults independent while controlling costs.

Savvidou P, Li M, Willis B & Skubic M, "Assessing Injury Risk in Pianists: Using Objective Measures to Promote Self-Awareness," Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) e-Journal, November 2015, Awarded Best Paper for 2015.
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Huo Z, Griffin J, Babiuch R, Gray A, Willis B, Skubic M & Sun S, "Examining the Feasibility of a Microsoft Kinect Based Game Intervention for Individuals with Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Risk," Proceedings IEEE International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Milan, Italy, August 2015, pp 7059-7062.
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Li M, Savvidou P, Willis B & Skubic M, "Using the Kinect to Detect Potentially Harmful Hand Postures in Pianists," Proceedings, IEEE International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Chicago, IL, August 26-30, 2014, pp 762-765.
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Stone E, Butler M, McRuer A, Gray A, Marks J & Skubic M, "Evaluation of the Microsoft Kinect for Screening ACL Injury," Proceedings, IEEE 2013 International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), Osaka, Japan, July 3-7, 2013.
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