Dr. Sarah Moudy is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of North Texas Health Science Center whose research centers on determining injury risk factors based on gait deviations in individuals with lower-limb pathologies (e.g. amputation, osteoarthritis) and incorporating research into clinic settings for direct patient care impact. She is currently expanding her research into using wearable sensors and machine learning techniques for easy, cost-effective, and portable approaches to examine gait mechanics in clinical settings. The overarching goal is to improve knowledge of musculoskeletal and biomechanical functions of lower-limb pathologies to aid physicians in diagnosis, treatment, and tracking rehabilitation.
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