Eric Dugan, PhD
Dr. Dugan joined Texas Children's Hospital in 2017 as the Director of the Motion Analysis and Human Performance Laboratory. Prior to joining Texas Children's Hospital, Dr. Dugan served as Chair of the Department of Kinesiology at Seattle University, Director of the Center for Orthopaedic & Biomechanics Research at Boise State University, and Director of the Biomechanics Program at Ball State University.
Dr. Dugan’s research interests include neuromuscular biomechanics, injury mechanisms and injury prevention strategies, as well as the influence of exercise protocols on human health and performance.
Dugan EL, Shilt JS. (2020) The Role of Motion Analysis in Surgical Planning for Gait Abnormalities in Cerebral Palsy. Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Clinics 31 (1) 107-115.
Combs-Miller SA, Dugan EL, Beachy A, Derby, BB, Hosinski, AL, Robbins K. (2019). Physiological complexity of gait between regular and non-exercisers with Parkinson disease. Clinical Biomechanics August, 68, 23-28.
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