John H. Challis
Professor of Kinesiology
29K Recreation Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802
Ph.D., 1991, Biomechanics, Loughborough University of Technology, UK
Measurement and simulation modeling of the human musculo-skeletal system, with the aim of examining the role, function, and coordination of muscle in vivo. Development of improved biomechanical measurement protocols.
Measurement and simulation modeling of the human musculo-skeletal system
Examination of human segmental inertial properties
Development of improved biomechanical measurement protocols
Infantolino, B.W., Neuberger, T., and Challis, J.H. (2012) The arrangement of fascicles in whole muscle. Anatomical Record 95:7; 1174-1180.
Challis, J.H., Winter, S.L., and Kuperavage, A.J. (2012) Comparison of male and female lower limb segment inertial properties. Journal of Biomechanics 45:15; 2690-2692.
Challis, J.H., and Domire, Z.J. (2013) Insights to vertical jumping from computer simulations. Movement & Sport Sciences - Science & Motricité (in press).
- Domains of Health and Behavior