Highlights

  • NMRL Participates in HPO Symposium

    On Tuesday, June 10, the NMRL participated in the Human Performance Optimization Sympoium hosted by the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Read more about the NMRL's involvement at the symposium. 

  • NMRL Awarded for Poster Presentations

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Nizam Ahamed and Doctoral Student, Meaghan Beckner presented posters and received awards at the 2019 Human Performance Optimization Symposium. Read more here

  • Doctoral Student Receives Award

    Major Will Conkright was recently selected for the Mary Lipscomb Hamrick (MLH) Research Award for his abstract titled, “Energy Expenditure and Load Carriage Exceeded Military Recommendations in Special Operations Forces Deployed to Afghanistan”.

  • Airborne Corps Inaugural HPO Symposium

    Dr Chris Connaboy was recently invited to present at the XVIII Airborne Corps Inaugural Human Performance Optimization Symposium in Fort Bragg, NC where he was presented a certificate of appreciation.

  • NMRL Participates in Meet Your Army Week

    Dr. Bradley Nindl and Dr. Shawn Flanagan gave a panel presentation at Meet Your Army Symposium where they discussed the NMRL's research capabilities and how it relates to human performance optimization in military personnel. 

  • NMRL Doctoral Student Defends Dissertation

    Congratulations to Shawn Eagle successfully defending his dissertation “Action Boundary Perception Accuracy Deficits in Recently Concussed Young Athletes” on Monday, 11 March 2019.

  • NASA Human Research Program Funds Proposal

    NASA's Human Research Program will fund a joint proposal from the University of Arizona and the University of Pittsburgh. Read more about Co-Principal Investigators Drs. Connaboy (Pitt) and Simpson's (Arizona) proposal. 

  • NASA Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop

    Aaron Sinnott (2nd year PhD student) and Alice LaGoy (2nd year PhD student) were both accepted for presentations at the NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop” in Galveston, Texas. 

  • NMRL Participates in HPO Symposium

    On Tuesday, June 10, the NMRL participated in the Human Performance Optimization Sympoium hosted by the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Read more about the NMRL's involvement at the symposium. 

  • NMRL Awarded for Poster Presentations

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Nizam Ahamed and Doctoral Student, Meaghan Beckner presented posters and received awards at the 2019 Human Performance Optimization Symposium. Read more here

  • Doctoral Student Receives Award

    Major Will Conkright was recently selected for the Mary Lipscomb Hamrick (MLH) Research Award for his abstract titled, “Energy Expenditure and Load Carriage Exceeded Military Recommendations in Special Operations Forces Deployed to Afghanistan”.

  • Airborne Corps Inaugural HPO Symposium

    Dr Chris Connaboy was recently invited to present at the XVIII Airborne Corps Inaugural Human Performance Optimization Symposium in Fort Bragg, NC where he was presented a certificate of appreciation.

  • NMRL Participates in Meet Your Army Week

    Dr. Bradley Nindl and Dr. Shawn Flanagan gave a panel presentation at Meet Your Army Symposium where they discussed the NMRL's research capabilities and how it relates to human performance optimization in military personnel. 

  • NMRL Doctoral Student Defends Dissertation

    Congratulations to Shawn Eagle successfully defending his dissertation “Action Boundary Perception Accuracy Deficits in Recently Concussed Young Athletes” on Monday, 11 March 2019.

  • NASA Human Research Program Funds Proposal

    NASA's Human Research Program will fund a joint proposal from the University of Arizona and the University of Pittsburgh. Read more about Co-Principal Investigators Drs. Connaboy (Pitt) and Simpson's (Arizona) proposal. 

  • NASA Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop

    Aaron Sinnott (2nd year PhD student) and Alice LaGoy (2nd year PhD student) were both accepted for presentations at the NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop” in Galveston, Texas. 

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