International Society of Biomechanics
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Journal of Applied Biomechanics

Keith Gordon ‘s interest in biomechanics began as an undergraduate at U.C. Davis where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. Much of his early focus was on injury mechanics and rehabilitation methods. Keith is a certified athletic trainer and has been part of several sports medicine teams at various universities and high schools. His interest in biomechanics and athletic training led Keith to attend San Diego State University for his master’s degree in the Biomechanics and Athletic Training Program. After finishing his degree, Keith became a research assistant at the UCLA Human Locomotion Laboratory. It was here that Keith developed his current research interest in neuromechanical control and rehabilitation of gait. Keith is currently in his third year of Ph.D. studies at the University of Michigan. He is working with Prof. Dan Ferris to develop a powered lower limb orthosis.