James G. Richards

richardsDistinguished Professor of Kinesiology & Applied Physiology
Kinesiology & Applied Physiology
302-831-0515
jimr@udel.edu

Professional Experience

2003-present, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Distinguished Professor, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology

2008-209, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Deputy Dean, College of Health Sciences

2005-2008, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Associate Dean, College of Health Sciences

1996-present, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Professor, Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences

1994-1999, University of Delaware, Newark, Director, Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomechanics and Movement Sciences

1985-1996, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Associate Professor, Director of Biomechanics Laboratory, College of Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation

1980-1985, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Assistant Professor, College of Physical Education, Athletics, and Recreation

1979-1980, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Research Assistant, School of HPERD

1976-1978, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Teaching Assistant, Department of Physical Education

Courses

Presentations

Shoulder Kinematics (Use Internet Explorer Only, and Cortona must be installed on your machine)

Recent Publications

  1. Breuning, D., Cooney, K., Beczek, F., and J. Richards. “Measured and Estimated Ground Reaction Forces for Multisegment Foot Models”, Journal of Biomechanics, In Press.
  2. Morrison, K., Hudson, D., Davis, I., Richards, J., Royer, T., Dierks, T., and T. Kaminski, “Plantar Pressure Distributions During a Running Gait in Subjects with Chronic Ankle Instability”, Foot & Ankle International, In Press.
  3. Ugyur, M., Richards, J., Jaric, S., de Freitas, P., and D. Barlow, “Kinematics and kinetics of unanticipated misstep conditions: Femoral fracture implications in the elderly”, Journal of Biomechanics, 42(9), 2009, pp 1241-1245.
  4. Niiler, T., Miller, F., and J. Richards, “Concurrent surgeries are a factor in predicting success of rectus transfer outcomes”, Gait and Posture, 26(1), 2008, pp 76-81.
  5. Schell, K., Farquhar, W., and J. Richards, “The Effects Of Anatomical Structures On Adult Forearm And Upper Arm Non-Invasive Blood Pressures”, Blood Pressure Monitoring, 12(1), 2007, pp17-22.

Link to CV (pdf)

Link to CV (docx)