GoBabyGo! Receives Grant from Murray Center for Accessible Living

GoBabyGo! Receives Grant from Murray Center for Accessible Living

Cole Galloway, professor of physical therapy, acquires a grant from the Murray Center for Accessible Living for GoBabyGo, a project in which toy cars are rebuilt to help children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities gain mobility. Read the story...
Soccer, Concussions and Women

Soccer, Concussions and Women

Thomas Kaminski, a professor in UD’s Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, stressed the importance of safely heading the soccer ball when he spoke to a global audience at Manchester United’s sports medicine conference. Read more in the UDaily...
You’ve Got A Friend in Me

You’ve Got A Friend in Me

Khushboo Verma, a doctoral student in biomechanics and movement science, tasted hints of culture shock in her first coffee order on Main Street. Now she gives back as a mentor in the iBuddy peer mentoring program and as president of the Indian Graduate Student...
National Biomechanics Day 2021

National Biomechanics Day 2021

National Biomechanics Day may have been virtual this year, but high school students still had the chance to see how research is an important part of biomechanics study that can lead to improvements in healthcare. Read more about the event this year in the...
Helping Children Move More Freely

Helping Children Move More Freely

Ahad Behboodi, who graduated from the BIOMS program in 2019 and is a former postdoctoral fellow with UD’s Horn Entrepreneurship program, is leading work to commercialize a promising robotic ankle brace for children with cerebral palsy as a postdoctoral researcher with...