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Robin Queen, PhD, FACSM

Focuses on expanding the understanding of pathologic gait, movement mechanics, and loading asymmetry in non-surgical and surgical populations. This work also includes the exploration of post-surgical mechanics and function through multi-disciplinary teams composed of engineers, anthropologists, and medical professionals. Finally, the translation medicine component to her work is an exploration of targeted interventions involving both therapeutic techniques and devices, in various patient populations with the goal of altering patient care and improving outcomes and long-term health.

Focuses on expanding the understanding of pathologic gait, movement mechanics, and loading asymmetry in non-surgical and surgical populations. This work also includes the exploration of post-surgical mechanics and function through multi-disciplinary teams composed of engineers, anthropologists, and medical professionals. Finally, the translation medicine component to her work is an exploration of targeted interventions involving both therapeutic techniques and devices, in various patient populations with the goal of altering patient care and improving outcomes and long-term health.