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Susan is an associate professor in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California and the director of the Human Performance Laboratory. Dr. Sigward is a physical therapist and athletic trainer with over 10 years of clinical experience in orthopedics and sports medicine. She has spent over 18 years examining biomechanical factors associated with knee injury. Her research focuses on rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction, with a specific emphasis on the effects of early rehabilitation interventions on long-term outcomes. She is passionate about developing accessible tools for meaningful translation of current research to clinical practice.
PhD, PT, ATCChief Science Officer
Ashmedh has more than fifteen years of global experience in spurring market share growth of transformative healthcare technology companies. Ashmedh has passion to bridge cultures, ignite innovation, and build inspired organizations. He has propelled products from ideation to commercialization and overseen global commercial rollouts for leading healthcare technology companies including Zimmer, Brainlab, Bioness and several start-up ventures. His professional focus has spanned Orthopedics, Neurotechnology, Imaging, and Image guided surgery. Currently, Ashmedh is developing disruptive technology companies that leverage data to improve human performance. Ashmedh holds dual engineering degrees from Northwestern University in Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering.
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Kristamarie is an Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Hartford and the Director of UHart's Human Performance Research Laboratory. Dr. Pratt is a biomechanist and biomedical engineer with nearly 10 years of experience working with clinicians to improve rehabilitation outcomes. Specifically, her work aims to develop and validate clinical tools, particularly wearable sensors, for quantifying altered movement patterns. By providing clinicians and patients with objective information regarding movement quality, this work assists in the development of patient specific training programs and improve outcomes following surgery and/or rehabilitation. Dr. Pratt's research is not only translational, but also multi-disciplinary as it combines engineering principles with physical therapy and rehabilitation practices.
Laura is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Ohio State University and director of the Sports Rehabilitation and Recovery Laboratory. As a Physical Therapist, Laura's clinical experience is in orthopaedics and sports medicine with a particular emphasis in pediatrics and young adults. Her research efforts aim to understand neuromuscular control of the knee, as related to optimizing outcomes following musculoskeletal knee injury and mitigating risk of knee osteoarthritis. In particular, her work focuses on the development of evidence-based rehabilitation guidelines and strategies for return to activity following knee injury.
Stephanie Di Stasi
Stephanie is an assistant professor in the Division of Physical Therapy at The Ohio State University and research scientist in the Sports Medicine Research Institute at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Dr. Di Stasi has more than 10 years of experience designing and implementing clinical rehabilitation trials and using motion analysis technologies to understand how biomechanical factors influence function for patients with lower extremity injuries. Specifically, she works to identify the movement and muscle function impairments that negatively affect patient outcomes in order to develop effective rehabilitation strategies. Dr. Di Stasi has been a practicing physical therapist since 2003 and is committed to bringing technology to practice in a way that optimizes patient outcomes through informed, interdisciplinary clinical decision-making.
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