- Neuromuscular Biomechanics
- Motor Control of Locomotion
- Evolution of Musculoskeletal Design
- Musculoskeletal Modeling and Computer Simulation
- Mariah Eckwright and Skyler Penberthy, undergraduate researchers in the lab, win prestigious University of Idaho Alumni Award for Excellence.
- Recent Gradutate Dr. Missy Thompson appointed as Assistant Professor in Exercise Science at Fort Lewis College is Durango, CO!
- The CNBL Presents "Animal Athletes"
at the Palouse Discovery Science Center - Dec 8, 2012
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Lee, D.V., Isaacs, M.R., Higgins, T.E., Biewener, A.A., and McGowan,C.P. (2014). Scaling of the Spring in the Leg during Bouncing Gaits of Mammals. Integr. Comp. Biol. 54.6: 1099-1108 PDF
Thompson, M.A., Gutmann, A., Seegmiller, A. and McGowan, C.P. (2014). The effects of stride length on the dynamics of barefoot and shod running. J. Biomech. 47:11, 2745–2750
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2014.04.043 PDF
Dieter, B.P., McGowan, C.P., Stoll, S.K. and Vella, C.A. (2014) Muscle activation patterns and patellofemoral pain in cyclists. Med Sci in Sports & Exercise. 46.4: 753-761. PDF
Moore, J.M., Gutmann, A.K., McGowan, C. P., and McKinley, P.K. (2013). Exploring the Role of the Tail in Bipedal Hopping through Computational Evolution, Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL), Taormina, Italy, September. PDF
Gutman, A.K., Lee, D.V., and McGowan, C.P. (2013). Collision-based mechanics of bipedal hopping. Bio Lett. 9:20130418.dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2013.0418 PDF
McGowan, C.P., Neptune , R.R., and Herzog, W. (2012). A phenomenological muscle model to assess history dependent effects in human movement . J. Biomech. 46, 151-157. PDF
McGowan, C.P., Grabowski, A.M., McDermott, W.J., Herr, H.M. and Kram, R. (2012). Leg stiffness of sprinters using running-specific prostheses. J. R. Soc. Interface. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2011.087. PDF
Neptune, R.R and McGowan, C.P. (2011). Muscle contributions to whole-body sagittal plane angular momentum during walking. J. Biomech. 44, 6-12. PDF