Jeremy Crenshaw

Research Interests

  • The long-term goal of my research is to extend the health span of patient populations through interventions to reduce the incidence of falls, lessen the severity of fall injury, and enable physical activity.
    • My studies often employ biomechanical analyses of gait and fall recoveries.
    • My research is applicable to many ambulatory patient populations, including older adults, individuals with lower-extremity amputations, and individuals with chronic stroke.

    Education

    • 2003: B.S., Exercise Science, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
    • 2007: M.S., Exercise Science, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
    • 2011: Ph.D., Movement Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
    • 2014: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Rehabilitation Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

    Courses

    • KAAP 400 Research Methods

    Honors & Awards

    • 2003: Departmental Honors (Truman State University)
    • 2006: Outstanding Graduate Student in Exercise Science (University of Delaware)
    • 2013: Orthopedic Research Fellows Kelly Award (Mayo Clinic)

Jeremy Crenshaw
Assistant Professor

Falls and Mobility Laboratory
201U Health Science Complex
302-831-4795
crenshaw@udel.edu