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Welcome to the Texas Woman's University Biomechanics Program Home! The TWU Biomechanics Program has evolved in many ways in recent years. Dr. Young-Hoo Kwon joined TWU and became the Director of the Biomechanics Laboratory in 2002. Since his arrival, the emphasis of the graduate program has shifted from qualitative to quantitative biomechanics and from teaching-oriented to research-oriented program as students are introduced to advanced topics in human body kinematics & kinetics, research methods, data collection and analysis, and modeling. Emphases are placed on the biomechanics proficiency areas such as mathematics, human body dynamics, and computer programming, and modeling. The TWU Biomechanics Program is a continuously evolving program and new initiatives will be introduced in 2010 academic years with major curricular changes.
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For more information on the program in general and admissions, please contact Dr. Young-Hoo Kwon.
Young-Hoo Kwon, Ph.D.
Office: PH 123A
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