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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Dickerson, Clark R. Contact: University of Waterloo Department of Kinesiology 200 University Ave W Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1, CANADA Phone: 519-888-4567 x37844 Fax: 519-746-6776 Email: [email protected] Office: BMH 3034 Degree History: Degree Institution Department Year Conferred PhD University of Michigan Biomedical Engineering 2005 MSc Clemson University Bioengineering 1999 BSc Alfred University Mechanical Engineering 1997 (Magna Cum Laude; Minors: Mathematics & Business Administration) Employment History: Dates Position Department Institution 2014- Canada Research Chair in Kinesiology University of Waterloo Shoulder Mechanics (Tier II) 2010 Associate Professor Kinesiology University of Waterloo 2013 Visiting Scholar Physical Ergonomics Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety 2005 2010 Assistant Professor Kinesiology University of Waterloo 2009 Honorary Research Associate Kinesiology Univ. of New Brunswick 1999 2004 Research Assistant Biomedical Engineering University of Michigan 1997 1999 Graduate Assistant Bioengineering Clemson University
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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Dickerson, Clark R.

Contact: University of Waterloo

Department of Kinesiology

200 University Ave W

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1, CANADA

Phone: 519-888-4567 x37844

Fax: 519-746-6776

Email: [email protected]

Office: BMH 3034

Degree History:

Degree Institution Department Year Conferred

PhD University of Michigan Biomedical Engineering 2005

MSc Clemson University Bioengineering 1999

BSc Alfred University Mechanical Engineering 1997

(Magna Cum Laude; Minors: Mathematics & Business Administration)

Employment History:

Dates Position Department Institution

2014- Canada Research Chair in Kinesiology University of Waterloo

Shoulder Mechanics (Tier II)

2010 – Associate Professor Kinesiology University of Waterloo

2013 Visiting Scholar Physical Ergonomics Liberty Mutual Research

Institute for Safety

2005 – 2010 Assistant Professor Kinesiology University of Waterloo

2009 – Honorary Research Associate Kinesiology Univ. of New Brunswick

1999 – 2004 Research Assistant Biomedical Engineering University of Michigan

1997 – 1999 Graduate Assistant Bioengineering Clemson University

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Academic Awards and Distinctions:

Year Award (Description – Those tied to conferences are repeated within citations)

1997 Top four-year graduating student, College of Engineering and Professional Studies,

Alfred University, Alfred, NY

1997-1998 R.C. Edwards Research Fellowship, Clemson University, Clemson, SC

This highly competitive recognition is awarded to elite incoming graduate students

across all academic disciplines at Clemson University

1999 Honorable mention, student poster competition

18th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference, Clemson, SC (Conference Paper

#1)

1999-2000 Biomedical Engineering Fellowship, University of Michigan

This full tuition waiver and stipend is awarded to highly recruited graduate students for

the first year of graduate studies at Michigan.

2000-2004 Doctoral Support, Automotive Research Center, Ann Arbor, MI

This support was gained through application for the specific self-initiated project of

“Shoulder biomechanics for vehicular design and manufacturing.” This was awarded

through a competitive application process that included development of a peer-

reviewed multi-year research plan.

2004 Postdoctoral Training Fellowship, University of Michigan Institute of Gerontology

(Declined for faculty position at The University of Waterloo)

This selection was through a competitive application process. This NIH-funded award

targeted research on age-related changes in musculoskeletal health, specifically with

respect to their impact on orthopedic injury potential, with a skeletal fragility focus.

2004 NIH NRSA Kirschstein Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Number: 1-F32-AR051274-01

(Declined for faculty position at The University of Waterloo)

This nationwide competition included the submission of a research grant including a

fully described three-year study. The application focused on the computer simulation

and experimental measurement of micro-crack propagation in trabecular bone.

2007 Julien M. Christensen Memorial Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Rebecca Brookham (Refereed Conference Paper #17)

2007 Founders Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Steven Fischer (Refereed Conference Paper #18)

2008 Finalist, Undergraduate Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Jaclyn Chopp (Refereed Conference Paper #21)

2008 Undergraduate Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Trisha Rosati (Refereed Conference Paper #27)

2008 Finalist, Julien M. Christensen Memorial Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Laurie Hall (Refereed Conference Paper #23)

2009 Finalist, NexGen Ergonomics Award, Ontario Biomechanics Conference

Alicia Belbeck (Non-Refereed Conference Paper #16)

2010 Finalist, NDI Young Investigator Awards - Doctoral Category, Canadian Society for

Biomechanics

Rebecca Brookham (Refereed Conference Paper #38)

2010 Finalist, NDI Young Investigator Awards - Masters Category, Canadian Society for

Biomechanics

Laurie Hall (Refereed Conference Paper #39)

2010 Finalist, International Society for Electromyography and Kinesiology Innovation Award

Samantha Molenaar (Refereed Conference Paper #42)

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2010 Julien M. Christensen Memorial Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Amy Chow (Refereed Conference Paper #46)

2010 NDI Promising Young Investigator Award, Canadian Society for Biomechanics

This competitive national award is presented once every two years to an emergent

Canadian biomechanics researcher within the first 6 years of independent career as a

scientist. The selection was made by an impartial awards committee and 2010 was the

inaugural award. Peer competition for the award consists of all biomechanics

researchers at an equivalent career stage. A maximum of one award is made every 2

years. (Refereed Conference Paper #44)

2010 Early Researcher Award, Ontario Ministry of Innovation

This competitive provincial award is presented yearly to researchers across all

specializations and is intended to assist in building an effective research team early in

an academic career. Awards have been annual (this is the 6th cycle). The award provides

financial assistance for the hiring of trainees for a five year time period.

2011 Undergraduate Award, Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Alan Cudlip (Refereed Conference Paper #50)

2011 Finalist, NDI Masters Award, Ontario Biomechanics Conference

Tea Lulic (Non-Refereed Conference Paper #26)

2012 Finalist, NexGen Ergonomics Award, Ontario Biomechanics Conference

Kristina Gruevski (Non-Refereed Conference Paper #38)

2013 Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety 2013 Visiting Scholar

This residential fellowship is awarded to one international senior researcher annually

through a competitive application process. The fellowship represents a singular

opportunity for collaboration on occupational health and safety research with

colleagues at an internationally recognized private research center.

2014 Finalist, NDI Doctoral Award, Canadian Society for Biomechancs

Jaclyn Chopp-Hurley (Refereed Conference Paper #79)

2014 University of Waterloo Outstanding Performance Award

This award is presented to “reward faculty members for outstanding contribution in

teaching and scholarship” and recipients are selected from the top 20% of eligible

faculty in each department annually.

2014 Canada Research Chair in Shoulder Mechanics (Tier II – NSERC)

This national research chair is awarded to promising emergent scientists to allow focus

on developing their research programs through increased time commitment to research

and salary support through the CRC program. The program aims to achieve research

excellence across disciplines. http://www.chairs-chaires.gc.ca/

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Student Scholarships & Fellowships (Graduate Information Also in Supervision Section)

Year(s) Award Recipient

2006 NSERC USRA Jesse Moreton

2007-2010 NSERC PGS-D3 Steven Fischer

2007 Hallman Undergraduate Research Jaclyn Chopp

Fellowship in Health Promotion

2008-2010 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell CGS-M Amy Chow

2008-2011 NSERC PGS-D3 Rebecca Brookham

2008 NSERC USRA Amy Chow

2008 NSERC USRA Jaclyn Chopp

2009 Undergraduate Research Internship Alison McDonald

2009 Undergraduate Research Internship Erin Middlebrook

2009 Undergraduate Research Internship Samantha Molenaar

2009-2010 NSERC PGS-M Jaclyn Chopp

2009-2011 OGS M Tej-Jaskirat Grewal

2010-2011 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell CGS-M Bryan Picco

2010-2011 OGS D Steven Fischer

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Alison McDonald

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Elora Brenneman

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Alan Cudlip

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Mamiko Noguchi

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Erin Middlebrook

2010 Undergraduate Research Internship Karen Ma

2010 RBC Your Future by Design Karen Ma

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

2010 NSERC USRA Erin Middlebrook

2011-2012 OGS D Rebecca Brookham

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Elora Brenneman

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Alan Cudlip

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Kimberly MacKay

2011 NSERC USRA Tyler Allen

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Tyler Allen

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Elora Brenneman

2011 RBC Your Future by Design Allison Engelhardt

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

2011 Undergraduate Research Internship Alan Cudlip

2012 Undergraduate Research Internship Tyler Allen

2012-2015 NSERC PGS-D3 Jaclyn Chopp

2012 RBC Your Future by Design Tyler Allen

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

2012-2013 OGS M Alan Cudlip

2012-2013 OGS D (declined) Jaclyn Chopp

2012 ISB Technical Group Travel Grant: ISG Jaclyn Chopp

2012 ISB Technical Group Travel Grant: ISG Rebecca Brookham

2012 CSB Conference Travel Grant Tej-Jaskirat Grewal

2012 CSB Conference Travel Grant Bryan Picco

2012 CRE-MSD Conference Travel Grant Jaclyn Chopp

2012 CRE-MSD Conference Travel Grant Rebecca Brookham

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2012 NSERC USRA Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz

2012 Undergraduate Research Internship Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz

2013-2014 OGS M Angelica Lang

2013 ASB Conference Travel Grant Alan Cudlip

2013 Hallman Undergraduate Research Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz

Fellowship

2013 Undergraduate Research Internship Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz

2014 Undergraduate Research Internship Alberto Pagano

2014-2017 NSERC PGS-D3 Alan Cudlip

2014-2015 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell CGS-M Angelica Lang

2014-2015 NSERC Alexander Graham Bell CGS-M Rachel Whittaker

2014 CRE-MSD Conference Travel Grant Angelica Lang

2014 CRE-MSD Conference Travel Grant Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz

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Scholarly and Professional Activities:

Journal Ad Hoc Reviewing (alphabetical):

1) Annals of Biomedical Engineering

2) American Journal of Sports Medicine

3) Applied Ergonomics

4) Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism

5) ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering

6) ASME Journal of Mechanical Design

7) Clinical Biomechanics

8) Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering

9) Computers in Biology and Medicine

10) Ergonomics

11) European Journal of Applied Physiology

12) Human Factors

13) Human Movement Science

14) Industrial Health

15) IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors

16) International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics

17) International Journal of Human Factors Modelling and Simulation

18) International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics

19) Journal of Applied Biomechanics

20) Journal of Applied Physiology

21) Journal of Biomechanics

22) Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery [American Edition]

23) Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology

24) Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation

25) Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene

26) Journal of Orthopaedic Research

27) Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development

28) Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport

29) Journal of Sport and Health Science

30) Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing

31) Medical Engineering and Physics

32) Minerals

33) Muscle and Nerve

34) Occupational Ergonomics

35) Physiotherapy Canada

36) Proceedings of the IMechE, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine

37) Physical Therapy Reviews

38) Psychophysiology

39) WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation

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Academic Society Memberships:

American Society of Biomechanics

Association of Canadian Ergonomists

Canadian Society for Biomechanics

International Society of Biomechanics

International Shoulder Group (a technical group of the International Society of Biomechanics)

Academic Society Leadership:

Canadian Society for Biomechanics: Executive Member, 2013-2017

Canadian Society for Biomechanics: President, 2015-2017

International Shoulder Group: Executive Board, 2015-2017

Conference Leadership:

Scientific Co-Chair, 2006 Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics

Conference Chair, 2013 Ontario Biomechanics Conference

Scientific Co-Chair, 2014 World Congress of Biomechanics, CSB Representative

Conference Chair, 2014 Meeting of the International Shoulder Group

Conference Session Chairperson:

Session Co-Chair, 2006 Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Orthopedics I

Session Co-Chair, 2008 North American Congress on Biomechanics, Ergonomics II

Session Chair, 2008 Meeting of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists, Usability

Session Chair, 2011 International Union for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Symposium on

Human Body Dynamics: From Multibody Systems to Biomechanics, Session #2

Session Chair, 2012 Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Occupational Biomechanics Symposium:

Occupational Outliers – Respecting Biomechanical Variability, Canadian Society for

Biomechanics Meeting

Session Chair, 2012 International Shoulder Group, Rotator Cuff

Session Chair, 2013 American Society of Biomechanics, Upper Extremity: Orthopedic Mechanics

and Modeling

Session Chair, 2014 World Congress of Biomechanics, Canadian Society for Biomechanics

Occupational Biomechanics Symposium: Upper extremity analysis tools – their current

utility and future development

Conference Reviewing:

Canadian Society for Biomechanics Meeting: coordinated review of over 170 abstracts, 2006.

Student Awards Reviewer, Association of Canadian Ergonomists Meeting, 2006, 2008.

Scientific Committee, Association of Canadian Ergonomists Meeting, 2007-2011.

Scientific Committee, North American Congress on Biomechanics, 2008.

Delsys Award Committee, North American Congress on Biomechanics, 2008.

Student Awards Committee, Ontario Biomechanics Conference, 2010.

Scientific Committee, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, 2010.

Scientific Committee, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, 2012.

Program Committee, American Society of Biomechanics, 2013.

Awards Chairperson, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, 2014.

Program Chair, 2014 International Shoulder Group, 2014.

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Scholarship Reviewing:

Review Panel, Ontario Graduate Scholarships, Doctoral Division, 2007.

Review Panel, Ontario Graduate Scholarships, Masters Division, 2011.

Grant Reviewing:

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC):

Strategic Grants Program, 2007

Discovery Grants Program, 2008-2009; 2009-2010 (x2); 2013-2014 (x2)

Collaborative Research and Development Grants Program, 2010

Collaborative Health Research Projects, 2011 (x2), 2014

Workers Compensation Board, Manitoba

Research and Workplace Innovation Program, 2010-2013

Centre of Research Expertise for the Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders (CRE-MSD):

Scientific Seed Grant Review Panel, 2008-2010

Arthritis Research Campaign (United Kingdom)

Equipment Grant Program, 2008-2009

Ontario Ministry of Labour

Research Opportunities Program, 2014

Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI):

John R. Evans Leaders Fund, 2014

Journal Guest Editorship

Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2014-2015: Shoulder Biomechanics Special Isssue

Dedicated to the 10th Meeting of the International Shoulder Group

Journal Editorial Board

Applied Ergonomics, 2015-

Tenure Review:

One international, 2013

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Publications (* indicates student/trainee co-author):

Refereed Journals, published or in press only:

1. Chaffin D.B., Woolley C., Dickerson C.R., and Parkinson M., 2004, Modeling of object

movement capability in the spinal cord injured population. International Journal of Industrial

Ergonomics, 33:229-36.

2. Dickerson C.R., Kim K. Han, Martin B.J., and Chaffin D.B., 2004, Evaluating the effect of

back injury on shoulder loading and effort perception in hand transfer tasks. SAE Transactions:

Journal of Aerospace, 113:78-81.

3. Dickerson C.R., Martin B.J., and Chaffin D.B., 2006, The relationship between shoulder

torques and the perception of muscular effort in load transfer tasks. Ergonomics, 49(11):1036-

51.

4. Dickerson C.R., Martin B.J., and Chaffin D.B., 2007, Predictors of perceived effort in the

shoulder during load transfer tasks, Ergonomics, 50(7):1004-16.

5. *Gatti C., Dickerson C.R., Chadwick E.K., Mell A.G., and Hughes R.E., 2007, Comparison of

model-predicted and measured moment arms for the rotator cuff muscles, Clinical

Biomechanics, 22:639-44.

6. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., and Hughes R.E., 2007, A mathematical musculoskeletal

shoulder model for proactive ergonomic analysis, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and

Biomedical Engineering, 10(6):389-400.

7. Dickerson C.R., Hughes R.E., and Chaffin D.B., 2008, Experimental evaluation of a

computational shoulder muscle force model, Clinical Biomechanics, 23:886-94.

8. Dickerson C.R., Hotchkiss C.E., and Saha, S., 2008, Relationships between densitometric and

morphological parameters as measured by peripheral computed tomography (pQCT) and the

compressive behavior of lumbar vertebral bodies from macaques (macaca fascicularis), Spine,

33(4):366-72.

9. *Brookham R.L., *Moreton J.N., and Dickerson C.R., 2008, Perception of shoulder muscular

effort during low-demand load transfer tasks, Work, 31(4):417-24.

10. *Grieve J.R. and Dickerson C.R., 2008, Overhead work: Identification of evidence-based

exposure guidelines, Occupational Ergonomics, 8:53-66.

11. *Fischer S.L., Wells R.P. and Dickerson C.R., 2009, Controlling the upper limb: the effect of

added degrees of freedom and handle type on upper limb muscle activation, Ergonomics,

52(1):25-35.

12. *Chow A.Y. and Dickerson C.R., 2009, Shoulder strength of females while sitting and

standing as a function of hand location and force direction, Applied Ergonomics, 40(3):303-8.

13. *Raina S.M. and Dickerson C.R., 2009, Examining the effectiveness of job rotation: a deltoid

example, Work 34(2):205-13.

14. *Fischer S.L., *Belbeck A.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, The influence of providing feedback

on force production and within-participant reproducibility during maximal voluntary exertions

for the anterior deltoid, middle deltoid and infraspinatus, Journal of Electromyography and

Kinesiology 20:68-75.

15. Brown S.H.M., *Brookham R.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, High-pass filtering surface EMG

in an attempt to better represent the signals detected at the intramuscular level, Muscle and

Nerve 41(2):234-9.

16. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, The impact of work configuration,

target angle, and hand force direction on upper extremity muscle activity during sub-maximal

overhead work, Ergonomics 53(1):83-91.

17. *Picco B.R., *Fischer S.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Scapular orientation influences both

shoulder strength and muscle activity, Clinical Biomechanics, 25:29-36.

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18. Wells R.P., *McFall K. and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Task selection for increased mechanical

exposure variation: relevance to job rotation, Ergonomics, 53(3):314-23.

19. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, On the feasibility of obtaining multiple

muscular maximal voluntary excitation levels from test exertions: A shoulder example, Journal

of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 20:896-902.

20. *Waite D.L., *Brookham R.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, On the usefulness of using surface

electrode placements to estimate indwelling myoelectric activity of the rotator cuff, Journal of

Electromyography and Kinesiology, 20:903-11.

21. *Howarth S.J., *Pronovost L.M.M., Polgar J.M., Dickerson C.R., and Callaghan J.P., 2010,

Use of a geared wheelchair wheel to reduce propulsive muscular demand during ramp ascent:

Analysis of muscle activation and kinematics, Clinical Biomechanics 25:21-8.

22. *Howarth S.J., Polgar J.M., Dickerson C.R. and Callaghan J.P., 2010, Trunk muscle activation

during wheelchair ramp ascent and the influence of a geared wheel on the demands of postural

control, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 91:436-42.

23. *Brookham R.L., McLean L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Construct validity of muscle force

tests of the rotator cuff muscles: an electromyographic investigation, The Physical Therapy

Journal (PTJ) 90:572-80.

24. *Brookham R.L., *Wong J.M., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Upper limb posture and

submaximal hand tasks influence shoulder muscle activity, International Journal of Industrial

Ergonomics 40:337-44.

25. *Hall L.C. and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Perceived shoulder moment loading during load transfer

tasks following a novel moment-based perception training program, International Journal of

Industrial Ergonomics, 40:402-5.

26. *Chopp J.N., O’Neill J.M., *Hurley K., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Radiographic Examination

of Humeral Head Migration after Fatiguing the Rotator Cuff, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow

Surgery, 19(8):1137-44.

27. *Perdeaux K.M., *Fischer S.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2010, Isometric strength and

corresponding muscle activation as a function of hand location and force direction: resolving

the role of individual muscles on strength capacity, Occupational Ergonomics, 9:141-51.

28. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, The specificity of fatiguing protocols

affects scapular orientation: implications for subacromial impingement, Clinical Biomechanics,

26:40-5.

29. *Fischer S.L., *Grewal T.-J., Wells R.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, Effect of bilateral versus

unilateral exertion tests on maximum voluntary activity and within-participant reproducibility

in the shoulder, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 21:311-7.

30. *McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, Field Quantification of Physical

Exposures of Police Officers in Vehicle Operation, International Journal of Occupational

Safety and Ergonomics, 17(1):61-8.

31. *Hall L.C., *Middlebrook E.E., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, Analysis of the influence of rotator

cuff impingements on upper limb kinematics in an elderly population during activities of daily

living, Clinical Biomechanics, 26:579-84.

32. *Brookham R.L., *Middlebrook E.E., *Grewal T.-J., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, The utility of

an empirically derived co-activation ratio for muscle force prediction through optimization,

Journal of Biomechanics, 44(8):1582-7.

33. Dickerson C.R., *Chopp J.N., and *Borgs S.P., 2011, Simulation of fatigue-initiated

subacromial impingement: clarifying mechanisms, Procedia IUTAM, 2:35-47.

34. *Chopp J.N., Hunt S., McKean C., and Dickerson C.R., 2011, Evaluating risks for the upper

extremity during the installation of electrical meters, Occupational Ergonomics, 10:13-24.

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35. Dickerson C.R., *Brookham R.L., and *Chopp J.N., 2011, The working shoulder: assessing

demands, identifying risks, and promoting healthy occupational performance, Physical

Therapy Reviews, 16(5):310-20.

36. *Chopp J.N., and Dickerson C.R., 2012, Resolving the contributions of fatigue-induced

humeral migration and scapular reorientation on the subacromial space: An orthopaedic

geometric simulation analysis, Human Movement Science, 31(2):448-60.

37. *Fischer S.L., *Brenneman E.C., Wells R.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2012, Relationships

between psychophysically acceptable and maximum voluntary hand force capacity in the

context of underlying biomechanical limitations, Applied Ergonomics, 43:813-20.

38. *McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2012, Evaluation of mobile data

terminal location during a simulated police patrol task set, Applied Ergonomics, 43:859-67.

39. *McDonald A., *Picco B.R., *Belbeck A.L., *Chow A.Y., and Dickerson C.R., 2012, Spatial

dependency of shoulder muscle demands in horizontal pushing and pulling, Applied

Ergonomics, 43:971-8.

40. *Grewal T.-J., and Dickerson C.R., 2013, A novel three-dimensional shoulder rhythm

definition that includes overhead and axially rotated humeral postures, Journal of

Biomechanics, 46(3):608-11.

41. *Holmes M.W.R., *McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., and Callaghan J.P., 2013, The Effects of

Police Duty Belt and Seat Design Changes on Lumbar Spine Posture, Driver Contact Pressure

and Discomfort, Ergonomics, 56(1):126-36.

42. *Fischer S.L., *Picco B.R., Wells R.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2013, The roles of whole body

balance, shoe-floor friction and joint strength during maximum exertions: searching for the

“weakest link”, Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 29(1):1-11.

43. *Cudlip A.C., *Fischer S.L., Wells R.P, and Dickerson C.R., 2013, The effect of task

frequency and force direction on psychophysically acceptable forces in the context of

biomechanical weakest links, Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 29(3):285-91.

44. *Steele T., Merryweather A., Dickerson C.R., and Bloswick D., 2013, A computational study

of shoulder muscle forces during pushing tasks, International Journal of Human Factors

Modelling and Simulation, 4(1):1-22.

45. *Gruevski K.M., *McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., and Callaghan J.P., 2013, The impact of

mobile data terminal usage on posture and low back discomfort when combined with simulated

prolonged driving in police cruisers, International Journal of Occupational Safety and

Ergonomics, 19(3):415-22.

46. *Middlebrook E.E., *Brookham R.L., and Dickerson C.R., 2013, Extrapolation of an empirical

elbow muscle co-activation relationship to a novel task set: implications for predictions of

individual muscle demands, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering,

16(11):1135-42.

47. *Allen T.R., *Brookham R.L., *Cudlip A.C., and Dickerson C.R., 2013, Comparing surface

and indwelling electromyographic signals of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles during

submaximal axial humeral rotation, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 23:1343-9.

48. *Noguchi M., *Chopp J.N., *Borgs S.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2013, Scapular orientation

following repetitive prone rowing: Implications for potential subacromial impingement

mechanisms, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 23:1356-61.

49. *MacLean K.F.E., *Chopp J.N., *Grewal T.-J., *Picco B.R., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, Three-

dimensional comparison of static and dynamic scapular motion tracking techniques, Journal of

Electromyography and Kinesiology, 24(1):65-71.

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50. Fischer S.L. and Dickerson C.R., 2014, Applying psychophysics to prevent overexposure: on

the relationships between acceptable manual force, tissue demands, and strength, International

Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 44(2):266-74.

51. *Brookham R.L. and Dickerson C.R., 2014, Empirical quantification of internal and external

rotation muscular co-activation ratios in healthy shoulders, Medical and Biological Engineering

and Computing, 52:257–64.

52. *Belbeck A.L., *Cudlip A.C., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, Assessing the interplay between the

shoulders and low back during manual patient handling techniques in a nursing setting,

International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 20:127-37.

53. *Joseph C., Beach T.A.C., Callaghan J.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, The influence of

precision requirements and cognitive challenges on upper extremity joint reaction forces,

moments, and muscle force estimates during prolonged repetitive lifting, Ergonomics, 57:236-

46.

54. *McDonald A.C., *Brenneman E.C., *Cudlip A.C., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, The spatial

dependency of shoulder muscle demands for seated lateral hand force exertions, Journal of

Applied Biomechanics, 30:1-11.

55. *Rosati P.M., *Chopp J.N., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, The influence of wall painting on

shoulder muscle activity and horizontal push force, Applied Ergonomics, 45:1133-9.

56. *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., and Wells R.P., 2014, A novel stochastic model for predicting

maximum and psychophysically acceptable hand force capacity thresholds, Computer Methods

in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 17:1418-31.

57. *McKinnon C.D., *Amy S.A., Callaghan J.P., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, The effect of police

cruiser restraint cage configuration on shoulder discomfort, muscular demands, upper limb

postures, and task performance during simulated police patrol, Applied Ergonomics, 45:1414-

21.

58. *Chopp-Hurley J.N., Langenderfer J.E., and Dickerson C.R., 2014, Probabilistic evaluation of

predicted force sensitivity to muscle attachment and glenohumeral stability uncertainty, Annals

of Biomedical Engineering, 9:1867-1879.

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b) Refereed Conference Proceedings: 1. Dickerson C.R., Saha S., Hotchkiss C., 1999, The compressive behavior of lumbar vertebrae

from Macaca Fascicularis and its Relationship to Bone Density, The 18th Southern Biomedical

Engineering Conference, Clemson, SC. [Honorable mention, student poster competition],

Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 26 (5): 431-432.

2. Dickerson C.R., Saha S., Hotchkiss C., 1999, QCT cortical shell thickness as a predictor of

vertebral body strength for cynomolgus monkeys, International Mechanical Engineering

Conference and Exhibition, Nashville, TN. American Society of Mechanical Engineers,

Bioengineering Division (Publication) BED 43:181-182.

3. Dickerson C.R., Saha S., Hotchkiss C., 2001, The relationship between peripheral quantitative

tomography (pQCT) and the compressive behavior of male lumbar vertebrae from Macaca

Fascicularis. 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and

Medicine, Charleston, SC.

4. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2001, Exertion-Driven Strength Modeling of the Shoulder. SAE

Digital Human Modeling Conference and Exhibition, Arlington, VA.

5. Chaffin D.B., Woolley C., Martin B.J., Womack N., Dickerson C.R., 2001, Reaching and

object movement capability in the spinal cord injured population. The Anthropometrics of

Disability: An International Workshop, Buffalo, NY.

6. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., Kim K., Martin B.J., Womack N., 2001, The effect of motion

dynamics in calculation of external joint moments during light industrial hand motions.

American Society of Biomechanics 25th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

7. Dickerson C.R., Kim K.H., Adamo D.E., Martin B.J., Chaffin D.B., 2002, Biomechanical

differences in shoulder loading in populations during load-bearing tasks,” IV World Congress

of Biomechanics, Calgary, AB, Canada.

8. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2002, An analysis of shoulder loading differences for simulated

industrial task performance between injured and non-injured subject populations. Annual

Meeting Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Baltimore, MD.

9. Kim K.H., Martin B.J., Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2002, Modeling of shoulder and torso

effort perception in manual tasks. SAE Digital Human Modeling Conference, Munich,

Germany. VDI Berichte (1675), pp. 285-297+518

10. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2003, Dynamic loading and effort perception during one-handed

loaded reaches. American Society of Biomechanics 27th Annual Meeting, Toledo, OH.

11. Dickerson C.R., Rider K.A., Chaffin D.B., 2004, Merging biomechanical models of the

shoulder with digital human modeling. SAE Digital Human Modeling Conference, Rochester,

MI.

12. Dickerson C.R., Hughes R.E., Chaffin D.B., 2005, Development of a biomechanical shoulder

model for ergonomic analysis. XXth Congress, International Society of Biomechanics,

Cleveland, OH.

13. Saha S., Dickerson C.R., 2005, Relationship between the vertebral morphology and its

mechanical properties, Orthopedic Research Society 52nd Meeting, Chicago, IL.

14. Dickerson C.R., *Kyle N.F., Green H., 2006, Fatigability of the upper trapezius in control and

myalgic populations, 2006 Canadian Society for Biomechanics Conference, Waterloo, ON.

15. *Raina S.M., Dickerson C.R., 2006, The effects of job rotation and task order on deltoid

muscle fatigue, 2006 Canadian Society for Biomechanics Conference, Waterloo, ON.

16. Dickerson C.R., *Gatti C.J., Chadwick E.K.J., Mell A.G., Hughes R.E., 2006, Comparison of

mathematical model muscular moment arms with experimental data: a rotator cuff example,

2006 Meeting of the International Shoulder Group (ISG), Chicago, IL.

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17. *Brookham R.L., *Moreton J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2007, Mathematically describing shoulder

effort perception in low-demand tasks, 38th Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian

Ergonomists (ACE 2007), Toronto, ON, [recipient of the Julien M. Christensen Memorial

Award for best paper by a master’s student].

18. *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., Wells R.E., 2007, Changing the degrees of freedom controlled

at the hand-tool interface: An analysis of muscle activation, 38th Annual Meeting of the

Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE 2007), Toronto, ON [recipient of the Founders

Award for best paper by a doctoral student].

19. *Brookham R.L., McLean L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Electromyography evaluation of manual

muscle tests, North American Congress on Biomechanics (NACOB), Ann Arbor, MI.

20. *Fischer S.L., *Chopp J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Muscle activity in various overhead work

postures, North American Congress on Biomechanics (NACOB), Ann Arbor, MI.

21. *Chopp J.N., Hunt S., McKean C., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Approaches to reducing upper

extremity loading and injury risk factor during the installation of hydrometers, 39th Annual

Meeting of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC. [finalist for the

ACE Undergraduate Award for best paper by an undergraduate student].

22. *Chow A.Y., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Shoulder strength of women in sitting and standing as a

function of posture and push direction, 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian

Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC.

23. *Hall L.C., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Perception of shoulder moment load during load transfer

tasks, 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC,

[finalist for the Julien M. Christensen Award for best paper by a master’s student].

24. *McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Quantifying physical exposures in

police cruiser operations, 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists

(ACE), Gatineau, QC.

25. *Perdeaux K.A., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, The effect of posture on muscle activity

and maximal isometric force exertions, 39th Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian

Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC.

26. *Pronovost L.M.M., *Howarth S.J., Dickerson C.R., Polgar J., Callaghan J.P., 2008, Effects of

geared wheels on shoulder muscle activity during wheelchair ramp ascent and descent, 39th

Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC.

27. *Rosati P.M., Dickerson C.R., 2008, The influence of paint roller type and wall height on

shoulder muscle activity and force during wall painting, 39th Annual Meeting of the Association

of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC [recipient of the ACE Undergraduate Award

for best paper by an undergraduate student].

28. *Wong J.M., *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Effects of upper limb posture and

submaximal hand exertions on shoulder muscle activity, 2008, 39th Annual Meeting of the

Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Gatineau, QC.

29. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2009, Identification of shoulder exertions that

elicit maximal activity of the deltoid and pectoralis major, 33rd Annual Meeting of the

American Society of Biomechanics, State College, PA.

30. *Picco B., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2009, A quantitative analysis of the relationship

between scapular orientation and shoulder strength, 33rd Annual Meeting of the American

Society of Biomechanics, State College, PA.

31. *Brookham R.L., *Waite D.L., Dickerson C.R., 2009, On the appropriateness of estimating

intramuscular myoelectric signals from surface electrodes for the rotator cuff, 33rd Annual

Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, State College, PA.

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32. *Belbeck A.L., *Chow A.Y., Dickerson C.R., 2009, An empirical basis for a spatial shoulder

muscle activity map, 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, State

College, PA.

33. *Howarth S.J., Polgar J.M., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2009, Use of a geared wheelchair

for facilitating manual ramp ascent: effects on muscular demand, 33rd Annual meeting of the

American Society of Biomechanics, State College, PA.

34. *McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2009, The evaluation of mobile data

terminal location during a simulated police patrol task set, 40th Annual Meeting of the

Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE), Quebec City, QC.

35. Callaghan J.P., Polgar J.M., *Howarth S.J., Dickerson C.R., Boyd A., 2010, Reducing

muscular effort of manual wheelchair propulsion: Evidence to support the benefits of a geared

wheel. 26th International Seating Symposium. Vancouver, BC. University of British Columbia.

36. *Chopp J.N., O’Neill J.M., *Hurley K., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Radiographic Examination of

humeral head migration after fatiguing the rotator cuff, International Shoulder Group Meeting,

Minneapolis, MN.

37. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Evaluating 3-D scapular kinematics

following a fatiguing protocol which causes superior humeral head migration, International

Shoulder Group Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

38. *Brookham R.L., *Middlebrook E., *Grewal T-J., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Quantifying the co-

contraction relationship between elbow flexors and extensors during submaximal isometric

exertions, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON. [finalist for NDI Young

Investigator Awards - Doctoral Category]

39. *Hall L.C., *Middlebrook E., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Analysis of the effect of rotator cuff

impingements on upper limb kinematics in an elderly population during activities of daily

living, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON. [finalist for NDI Young Investigator

Awards - Masters Category]

40. *Picco B.P., *Fischer S.L., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Identifying body region limiters

of manual strength: Is there a weakest link? Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON.

41. *Grewal T.-J., *Fischer S.L., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Examining the influence of

unilateral versus bilateral maximum voluntary exertions on electromyographic data, Canadian

Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON.

42. *Molenaar S., Dickerson C.R., 2010, The influence of police cruiser interior configurations on

biomechanical, perception, and performance measures, Canadian Society for Biomechanics,

Kingston, ON. [finalist for ISEK Innovation Award]

43. *McDonald A., *Picco B.P., *Chow A.Y., *Belbeck A.L., Dickerson C.R., 2010,

Development of a spatial muscle activity map for horizontal forward and backward force

generation, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON.

44. Dickerson C.R., 2010, Is the genesis of rotator cuff disease (RCD) linked to muscle fatigue?

Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Kingston, ON. [recipient of the 2010 CSB NDI Promising

Young Investigator Award]

45. McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2010, Field quantification of discomfort and

in-vehicle activities of police cruiser operators, Association of Canadian Ergonomists,

Kelowna, BC.

46. *Chow A.Y., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Resolving the influence of elbow angle, force direction,

and handle orientation on electromyographic and force characteristics of forward pushing and

backward pulling, Association of Canadian Ergonomists, Kelowna, BC. [recipient of the Julien

M. Christensen Award for best paper by a master’s student]

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47. *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., Wells R.P., 2010, A stochastic 3-D static hand force prediction

model for estimating maximum feasible hand forces during unilateral exertions, 7th

International Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Angers,

France.

48. McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P, Dickerson C.R., 2010, Assessment of discomfort and

characterization of officer activity in police fleet vehicles, Canadian Association for Research

on Work and Health Conference, Toronto, ON.

49. *Lulic T., *Sravanapudi A., Gonzalez D.A., Dickerson C.R., Roy E.A., 2011, Bilateral three-

dimensional wrist velocity during activities of daily living: towards generating normative upper

limb kinematic profiles, 35th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Long

Beach, CA, USA.

50. *Cudlip A.C., *Fischer S.F., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Task frequency and force

direction effects on psychophysically acceptable forces in a simulated work task, Association of

Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON [recipient of the ACE Undergraduate Award for best

paper by an undergraduate student].

51. *Fischer S.F., *Brenneman E.C., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2011, A biomechanical

explanation for psychophysically acceptable forces, Association of Canadian Ergonomists,

London, ON.

52. McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2011, Evaluation of the effect of police duty

belt equipment configuration on lumbar posture and discomfort, Association of Canadian

Ergonomists, London, ON.

53. *Ma Y.K., *Belbeck A.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Trade-offs between shoulder and low back

exposures following lift training, Association of Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON.

54. *Belbeck A.L., *Cudlip A.C., Dickerson C.R., 2011, The influence of training on

musculoskeletal exposures of the shoulders and low back during manual patient handling tasks,

Association of Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON.

55. *Noguchi M., *Borgs S.P., *Chopp J.N., Dickerson, C.R., 2011, Scapular orientation

following a protocol designed to fatigue the scapulothoracic musculature: Implications for

impingement, Association of Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON.

56. *McDonald A., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Spatial dependency of shoulder muscle demands in

lateral hand force exertions, Association of Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON.

57. *Gruevski K.M., McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2011, The effect of mobile

data terminal use on low back posture and discomfort during prolonged driving in police

officers, Association of Canadian Ergonomists, London, ON.

58. *Engelhardt A., *Lulic T., *Sravanapudi A., Roy E.A., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Variation in

planar area movements in healthy individuals: influences of hand dominance and task type (tool

use vs. pantomime), Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology

Conference, Winnipeg, MB.

59. *Chen J., Dickerson C.R., Wells R.P., Laing A.C., 2012, The effects of worker age on lifting:

phsychophysical estimates of acceptable loads and their link to biomechanics, Canadian Society

for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

60. *Cudlip A.C., *Meszaros K.A., Dickerson C.R., 2012, The dependence of average shoulder

muscular activity on hand location and force direction during overhead exertion performance,

Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

61. *Grewal T-J., Dickerson C.R., 2012, A novel shoulder rhythm including overhead and axially

rotated humeral postures, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

62. *Grewal T-J., Dickerson C.R., 2012, A comparison of non-invasive methods of measuring

scapular orientation, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

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63. *Gruevski K.M., McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2012, An evaluation of

prolonged simulated driving combined with in-vehicle police work, Canadian Society for

Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

64. *Lulic T., *Englehardt A., Gonzalez D., Roy E.A., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Bilateral three-

dimensional analysis of dominant and non-dominant limb joint angles in activities of daily

living, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

65. *Picco B.P., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Profiling mean healthy shoulder multi-planar Elevation

kinematics and variability using skin-mounted scapula tracking techniques, Canadian Society

for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

66. *Picco B.P., Dickerson C.R., 2012, The influence of gender on three-dimensional scapular

kinematics during humeral elevation: implications for subacromial impingement risk, Canadian

Society for Biomechanics, Burnaby, BC.

67. Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Empirical quantification of an internal and external

rotation co-activation ratio in healthy shoulders, International Shoulder Group Meeting,

Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

68. *Chopp J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Resolving the importance of the role of fatigue-related

scapular dyskinesis as a causal factor for subacromial impingement: a simulation analysis,

International Shoulder Group Meeting, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

69. *Picco B.P., Dickerson C.R., 2012, A method for reducing inter-individual scapular kinematic

profile variability by eliminating postural bias and examining the similarities of linear fits,

International Shoulder Group Meeting, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

70. *Joseph C., Callaghan J.P., Albert W.J., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Substantial intersubject

biomechanical variability exists when performing manufacturing work tasks, Association of

Canadian Ergonomists Meeting, Halifax, NS.

71. *Lulic T., *Engelhardt A., Dickerson C.R., Roy E.A., 2012, In search of manual asymmetries

in aging during complex tasks: does upper limb performance become more symmetric with

age? Society for Neuroscience Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA.

72. *Brookham R.L., *Allen T.R., *Cudlip A.C., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Comparison of

supraspinatus and infraspinatus surface and fine wire electromyography during isometric

humeral rotation, American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

73. *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Consideration of PCSA in humeral rotation co-

activation calculations, American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

74. *Cudlip A.C., *Allen T.R., *Holmes M.W.R., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2013, The

effects of shoulder abduction angle and wrist angle on upper extremity muscle activity in

unilateral right-handed push/pull tasks, American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

75. *Gruevski K.M., *Holmes M.W.R., *Gooyers C.E., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2013,

Evaluation of a novel thoracic support for mobile police officers during prolonged driving

exposures, American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

76. *Maciukiewicz J.M., *Cudlip A.C., *Chopp J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Muscle activity in

simulated overhead drilling: the influences of work location, force direction, hand configuration

and body posture, American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

77. *MacLean K.F.E.., *Chopp J.N., *Grewal T-J., *Picco B.R., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Three-

dimensional comparison of static and dynamic scapular motion tracking techniques, American

Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

78. *McKinnon C.D., Laing A.C., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2013, The influence of neck

posture and Canadian forces helicopter helmet configuration on neck muscular demands.

American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, NE, USA.

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79. *Chopp-Hurley J.N., Langenderfer J.L., Dickerson C.R., 2014, A probabilistic evaluation of

the sensitivity of rotator cuff muscle force predictions to muscle attachment and glenohumeral

stability uncertainty, 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA (finalist for NDI

Doctoral Award of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics).

80. *Lulic T., *Maciukiewicz J.M., Bryden P.J., Dickerson C.R., Roy E.A., 2014, The influence of

age on manual asymmetries in a drinking task, 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston,

MA.

81. *McKinnon C.D., *Cudlip A.C., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2014, The effects of sitting or

standing posture and material handling task type on trunk muscle activity, 7th World Congress

of Biomechanics, Boston, MA.

82. *Chopp-Hurley J.N., O`Neill J.M., McDonald A.C., Maciukiewicz J.M., Dickerson C.R.,

2014, Variability of glenohumeral and scapulothoracic fatigue responses: implications for

subacromial impingement syndrome, International Shoulder Group Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

83. Xu X., Dickerson C.R., Lin J-H., McGorry R.W., 2014, Evaluation of three regression-based

3D shoulder rhythms, International Shoulder Group Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

84. *Lang A.E., Xu X., Lin J-H., McGorry R.W., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Activation patterns of

humeral internal and external rotators during pure axial moment generation across a postural

range, International Shoulder Group Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

85. *Maciukiewicz J.M., *Cudlip A.C., *Chopp-Hurley J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2014, The influence

of overhead work characteristics on shoulder and back muscle activity during a simulated

drilling task, International Shoulder Group Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

86. *Cudlip A.C., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Effects of sitting and standing on

shoulder muscular demands during materials handling tasks, International Shoulder Group

Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

87. *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Quantifying upper limb strength and muscular effort

of breast cancer survivors, International Shoulder Group Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

c) Books and Book Chapters:

1. Dickerson C.R., 2008, Chapter 2: Modeling and simulation of tissue load in the upper

extremities, in the Handbook of Biomechanics and Human Movement Science, edited by Y.

Hong and R. Bartlett, Routledge, Oxon, UK, 18-35.

d) Technical and Consulting Reports:

1. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., Foulke J.A., Woolley C., Rabourn, R., August 2000, Dynamic

hand forces and required coefficients of friction for material handling manipulator pushing and

pulling exertions, Prepared for Ford Motor Company.

2. Dickerson C.R., December 2000, Shoulder exertions and biomechanical limits, report to

industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation Laboratory.

3. Dickerson C.R., June 2001, Approaches to biomechanical modeling of the shoulder, report to

industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation Laboratory.

4. Dickerson C.R., December 2001, Application of shoulder kinetic modeling to compare spinal

cord injured and normal speed motions, report to industrial partners of the Human Motion

Simulation Laboratory.

5. Dickerson C.R., June 2002, Correlation of biomechanical calculations with estimates of effort

perception in the shoulder, report to industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation

Laboratory.

6. Dickerson C.R., December 2002, Advances towards a 3-D geometric representation of the

shoulder mechanism, report to industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation Laboratory.

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7. Dickerson C.R., May 2003, Advances in mathematical modeling of the shoulder, report to

industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation Laboratory.

8. Dickerson C.R., December 2003, Modeling perceived effort at the shoulder using

biomechanical data, report to the industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation

Laboratory.

9. Dickerson C.R., June 2004, The role of shoulder biomechanics for interpretation of simulated

movement data, report to the industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation Laboratory.

10. Dickerson C.R., December 2004, A novel musculoskeletal model description for ergonomic

analysis of tasks and jobs, report to the industrial partners of the Human Motion Simulation

Laboratory.

11. *Fischer S.L., *Chopp J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Overhead Work: Evidence-Driven Job

Design and Evaluation, Position Paper, Centre of Research Expertise for the Prevention of

Musculoskeletal Disorders.

12. *Chopp J.N., Hunt S., McLean C., Dickerson C.R., 2009, Hydro Meter Installation Technique

Recommendations – prepared for the Electrical and Utility Safety Association of Ontario.

13. McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Occupational exposures of Mobile

Police Officers: A Report to the York Regional Police.

14. Laing A.C.T., McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2011, The influence of helmet

design, neck posture, and night vision goggle use on neck muscular demand, a report prepared

for Defense Research Development Canada.

15. Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., Laing A.C.T., 2014, The influence of neck posture and helmet

configuration on neck muscle demands, a report prepared for Defense Research Development

Canada.

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e) Other Publications:

Conference, non-refereed:

1. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2001, Shoulder biomechanical modeling during arm reaches in

workplace and vehicle simulation. 7th Automotive Research Center Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

2. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2002, Biomechanical modeling of shoulder loading and

perceived effort during task performance. 8th Automotive Research Center Conference, Ann

Arbor, MI.

3. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2003, Evaluating loading and perceived effort at the shoulder: a

quantitative biomechanical approach to task analysis. 9th Automotive Research Center

Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

4. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2003, An analysis of the relationship between biomechanical

loading and perceived effort at the shoulder for weighted reach tasks. Midwest Graduate

Student Biomechanics Symposium, Toledo, OH.

5. Dickerson C.R., Chaffin D.B., 2004, Shoulder biomechanics and proactive interface design.

10th Automotive Research Center Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

6. *Brookham R.L., *Moreton J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2007, Quantifying the relationship between

shoulder muscular demand and perception during low-level physical demand tasks, 4th Ontario

Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

7. *Raina S.M., Dickerson C.R., 2007, The effects of job rotation and task order on deltoid

muscle fatigue, 4th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

8. McKean C., Dickerson C.R., Maracle S., *Chopp J.N, 2007, Meter installation techniques:

Recommendations for reducing exposure to MSD risk factors. Electricity Distributors

Association of Ontario, Niagara Grand and Western District Joint Metering Workshop.

Burlington, Ontario.

9. *Brookham R.L., McLean L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Electromyography evaluation of manual

muscle tests, 5th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

10. *Chopp J.N., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Muscle activity patterns in varied overhead

work, 5th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

11. *Waite D.L., *Brookham R.L., McLean L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Estimating indwelling

electromyography from surface electrodes in the rotator cuff, 5th Ontario Biomechanics

Conference, Barrie, ON.

12. *Hall L.C., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Perception of shoulder moment load during load transfer

tasks, 5th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

13. *McKinnon C.D., Callaghan J.P., Durkin J.L., Dickerson C.R., 2008, Quantifying physical

exposures in police cruiser operations, 5th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

14. *Pronovost L.M.M., *Howarth S.J., Dickerson C.R., Polgar J., Callaghan J.P., 2008, Effects of

geared wheels on shoulder muscle activity during wheelchair ramp ascent and descent, 5th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

15. *Rosati P.M., *Hall L.C., Dickerson C.R., 2008, The influence of paint roller design and wall

height on shoulder muscular activity, humeral posture and horizontal force applied during

standard wall painting, 5th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

16. *Belbeck A.L., *Chow A.Y., Dickerson C.R., 2009, An empirical basis for a spatial shoulder

muscle activity map, 6th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON., [finalist for NexGen

Ergonomics Award].

17. *Howarth S.J., Polgar J.P., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2009, Trunk muscle activity during

wheelchair ramp ascent and the effects of a geared wheel, 6th Ontario Biomechanics

Conference, Barrie, ON.

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18. *Picco B., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2009, The influence of scapular orientation on

shoulder strength, 6th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

19. *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2009, Estimating intramuscular signals from surface

electrodes in the rotator cuff, Ontario Exercise Neuroscience Group Meeting, London, ON.

20. *Molenaar S., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Biomechanical implications of police cruiser rear

restraint cage configurations and mobile data terminal location: half versus full cage designs, 7th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

21. *McDonald A., *Picco B.P., *Chow A.Y., *Belbeck A.L., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Shoulder

muscle activity in horizontal pushing and pulling tasks, 7th Ontario Biomechanics Conference,

Barrie, ON.

22. *Fischer S.L., *Grewal T.-J., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2010, Maximum voluntary electrical

activity in the shoulder: effect of bilateral versus unilateral exertions on signal amplitude and

within-participant reproducibility, 7th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

23. *Borgs S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Stochastic representation of human shoulder orthopaedic

morphology: improving population-based ergonomic assessments, 8th Ontario Biomechanics

Conference, Barrie, ON.

24. *Brenneman E.C., *Fischer S.L., Wells R.P., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Do psychophysically

acceptable forces in unilateral simulated work tasks depend on underlying biomechanical

weakest links?, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

25. *Cudlip A.C., *Fischer S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, The effect of frequency and force direction

on psychophysically acceptable forces in a simulated work task, 8th Ontario Biomechanics

Conference, Barrie, ON.

26. *Lulic T., *Sravanapudi A., Gonzalez D., Dickerson C.R., Roy E.A., 2011, Three-dimensional

analysis of preferred and non-preferred limb movement variability in healthy individuals:

implications for understanding apraxia, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

[finalist for NDI Masters Award]

27. *Ma Y.K., *Belbeck A.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Assessing trade-offs between the low back

and shoulders: influence of a lift training intervention on muscle demands, 8th Ontario

Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

28. *MacKay K.L., *Meszaros K.A., Dickerson C.R., 2011, The influence of posture variation on

electromyographic signals obtained during maximum voluntary isometric exertions: a shoulder

example, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

29. *Meszaros K.A., Dickerson C.R., 2011, The effects of hand force magnitude and direction on

shoulder muscle activation during submaximal exertions, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference,

Barrie, ON.

30. *Noguchi M., *Chopp J.N., *Borgs S.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Scapular Orientation

following a protocol designed to fatigue the scapulothoracic musculature: implications for

impingement, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

31. *Sravanapudi A., *Lulic T., Gonzalez D., Roy E.A., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Three-dimensional

modeling of upper extremity kinematics during activities of daily living: towards apraxia

evaluation, 8th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

32. *Ma Y.K., Belbeck A.L., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Low back prevention strategies: are you

protecting your back at the expense of your shoulders? Ontario Kinesiology Association,

Toronto, ON.

33. *Grewal T-J., Dickerson C.R., 2011, A comparison of different methods of measuring scapular

orientation during static humeral postures, Ontario Kinesiology Association, Toronto, ON.

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34. Borgs S.P., Dickerson C.R., 2011, Stochastic representation of human shoulder orthopaedic

morphology: improving population-based ergonomic assessments, Univeristy of Waterloo

Graduate Student Research Conference, Waterloo, ON.

35. *Allen T.R., *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Comparing surface and indwelling EMG

signals of rotator cuff muscles during submaximal axial humeral rotation, 9th Ontario

Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

36. *Chen J., Dickerson C.R., Wells R.P., Laing A.C.T., 2012, The effects of worker age on lifting:

psychophysical estimates of acceptable loads and their link to biomechanics, 9th Ontario

Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

37. *Cudlip A.C., *Meszaros K.A., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Examining muscular activity in

overhead exertions, 9th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

38. *Englehardt A., *Lulic T., Gonzalez D., Roy E.A., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Bilateral three-

dimensional analysis of dominant and non-dominant limb movement variability in activities of

daily living, 9th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

39. *Gruevski K.M., McKinnon C.D., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2012, The effect of mobile

terminal use on low back posture and discomfort during prolonged driving in police officers, 9th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON [finalist for NexGen Ergonomics Award].

40. *Tsang C., *Meszaros K.A., Dickerson C.R., 2012, Shoulder muscle activity in off-axis

pushing pulling tasks, 9th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

41. *Lulic T., *Englehardt A., Dickerson C.R., Roy E.A., 2012, The effect of aging on spatial and

temporal aspects of movement in the dominant and non-dominant limb during various activities

of daily living, Southern Ontario Motor Behaviour Symposium, Waterloo, ON.

42. *Brookham R.L., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Quantification and comparison of shoulder co-

activation of healthy vs. breast cancer survivor populations, 10th Ontario Biomechanics

Conference, Barrie, ON.

43. *Allen T.R., *Brookham R.L., *Cudlip A.C., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Supraspinatus and

infraspinatus activity in submaximal humeral rotations: comparing surface and indwelling EMG

signals, 10th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

44. *Maciukiewicz J.M., *Cudlip A.C., *Chopp J.N., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Work location, force

direction, hand configuration and posture effects on muscular activity in submaximal overhead

drilling, 10th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

45. *MacLean K.F.E., *Chopp J.N., *Grewal T.-J., *Picco B.R., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Three-

dimensional comparison of static and dynamic scapular motion tracking techniques, 10th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

46. *Gruevski K.M., *Holmes M.W.R., *Gooyers C.E., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2013,

Evaluation of a novel thoracic support for mobile police officers during prolonged driving

exposures, 10th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

47. *Cudlip A.C., *Allen T.R., *Holmes M.W.R., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2013, Shoulder

abduction and wrist angle effects on upper extremity muscle activity in unilateral push/pull

tasks, 10th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

48. *McKinnon C.D., Laing A.C.T., Dickerson C.R., Callaghan J.P., 2013, The influence of neck

posture and Canadian Forces helicopter helmet configuration on neck muscular demands, 10th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

49. *Chopp-Hurley J.N., Langenderfer J.E., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Probabilistic evaluation of

predicted force sensitivity to muscle attachment and glenohumeral stability uncertainty, 11th

Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

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50. *Cudlip A.C., Callaghan J.P., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Upper extremity muscular demands during

materials handling tasks while sitting and standing, 11th Ontario Biomechanics Conference,

Barrie, ON.

51. *Lang A.E., Xu X., Lin J-H., McGorry R.W., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Activation patterns of

humeral internal and external rotators during axial rotation at varying postures, 11th Ontario

Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

52. *MacLean K.F.E., Dickerson C.R., 2014, Reliability of white light interferometry for assessing

bone surface morphology, 11th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

53. *Maciukiewicz J.M., *Lang A.E., *MacLean K.F.E., Grenier S.G., Dickerson C.R., 2014,

Shoulder and low back loading in cashiers: What are the critical contributing factors? a

laboratory study, 11th Ontario Biomechanics Conference, Barrie, ON.

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Presentations to Scholarly Groups:

a) Invited

1. Dickerson C.R., 2006, Issues facing integration of high-fidelity models in functional job

analysis, in: The state and future of upper extremity biomechanics in the workplace: a

symposium, Canadian Society for Biomechanics Meeting, Waterloo, ON.

2. Dickerson C.R., 2006, Shoulder biomechanics: modeling, joint function, and digital

ergonomics, Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series, Downstate Medical Center, School of

Graduate Studies, Brooklyn, NY, USA.

3. Dickerson C.R., 2007, Shoulder biomechanics and digital ergonomics, Industrial Accident

Prevention Association: Health & Safety Canada 2007 Conference & Trade Show, Toronto,

ON.

4. Dickerson C.R., 2007, The shoulder girdle, 2007 Annual Meeting of the Ontario Kinesiology

Association, Waterloo, ON.

5. Dickerson C.R., 2007, The intersection of digital ergonomics and shoulder biomechanics,

Motion Research Group, Systems Design Engineering Department, University of Waterloo,

Waterloo, ON.

6. Dickerson C.R., 2008, Making digital humans more ‘human’: Focusing on the shoulder, in:

Occupational evaluations using advanced biomechanical models: Circumventing workplace

barriers through simulation, North American Congress on Biomechanics (NACOB), Ann

Arbor, MI.

7. Dickerson C.R., 2008, Virtual shoulders in a physical world, Department of Industrial and

Systems Engineering Seminar Series, State University of New York (SUNY) – Buffalo,

Buffalo, NY.

8. Dickerson C.R., 2010, Attempts to reduce musculoskeletal loading in the electricity and

utilities sector: a meter installation example, Centre of Research Expertise for the Prevention of

Musculoskeletal Disorders (CRE-MSD) 2010 Research Retreat, Kingston, ON.

9. Dickerson C.R., 2011, Leveraging large-scale musculoskeletal shoulder models to develop best

practices for ergonomic design of industrial tasks, Ergonomics and Safety Program, University

of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

10. Dickerson C.R., 2012, Occupational outliers: stochasticity and determinism in occupational

biomechanics, in: Occupational Outliers: Respecting Biomechanical Variability: a symposium,

Canadian Society for Biomechanics Meeting, Burnaby, BC [also symposium chair].

11. Dickerson C.R., 2012, Shoulder biomechanics from the assembly line to the clinic to the

retirement home, Human Mobility Research Centre, Queens University, Kingston, ON.

12. Dickerson C.R., 2012, Shoulder biomechanics as a tool for informing clinical, ergonomic, and

injury prevention strategies, Centre de Recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de

Montréal, Hôpital Notre-Dame, Montreal, QC.

13. Dickerson C.R., 2013, Advances in shoulder biomechanics in ergonomics, clinical practice,

and fundamental mechanics, Graduate Seminar Series, Department of Health Sciences and

Kinesiology, York University, Toronto, ON.

14. Dickerson C.R., 2013, Shoulder biomechanics as a tool for informing ergonomic and injury

prevention strategies, Researcher to researcher series, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for

Safety, Hopkinton, MA.

15. Dickerson C.R., 2013, Applying shoulder biomechanics to inform ergonomic and injury

prevention and treatment strategies, Seminar series, Department of Kinesiology, University of

Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.

16. Dickerson C.R., *Chopp-Hurley J.N., and Langenderfer J.L., 2014, Resolving relative

contributions to fatigue-induced subacromial space changes: a combined

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kinematic/imaging/simulation approach, in: American Society of Biomechanics Ergonomics

and Human Factors Symposium at the 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA.

17. Dickerson C.R., 2014, Applied Shoulder Biomechanics – Advancing Fundamental,

Occupational, Population, and Clinical Approaches to Shoulder Function and Dysfunction, IOE

836 Seminar Series, Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of

Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

b) Self-initiated – N/A

Presentation to Professional Groups:

a) Invited

1. Dickerson C.R., 2006, Shoulder biomechanics and mechanical glenohumeral joint stability,

Alexander Technique Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

2. Dickerson C.R., 2014, Occupational shoulder biomechanics: A Perspective, United States

Council for Automotive Research: Ergonomics Task Force, Southfield, MI, USA

b) Self-initiated – N/A

Other Productivity:

Degree documents, limited publication:

1. Dickerson C.R., 1999, The compressive behavior of lumbar vertebrae from (macaca

fascicularis) and its relationship to bone density, Master’s Thesis, Clemson University,

Clemson, SC, USA.

2. Dickerson C.R., 2005, A biomechanical analysis of shoulder loading and effort during load

transfer tasks, Doctoral Dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

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Research Grants and Contracts:

Researcher(s) Agency Funding [#] Tenure Short Title

Laing A.C., DRDC $74,635 2014 Muscle and kinematic responses to

Callaghan J.P., [30%] helmet mounted vision enhancers

Dickerson C.R.

Schinkel-Ivy A., CRE-MSD $9,083 2013-2014 Loading trade-offs between low

Drake J.D.M., [10%] back and shoulder during

Dickerson C.R. custodial tasks

Dickerson C.R. MOL $58,557 2013-2014 Physical exposures and performance

Callaghan J.P. [80%] indicators in office and material

handling tasks while sitting and

standing

Grenier S.G., MOL $58,535 2013-2014 Shoulder and low back loading in

Dickerson C.R., [40%] cashiers: what are the contributing

Joseph C., factors?

Gauvin A.,

MacArthur D.,

Joseph C., CRE-MSD $8,008 2012 Assessment of shoulder muscle

Dickerson C.R. [100%] activity and body posture of cashiers

Dickerson C.R. NSERC $160,000 2011-2016 Advanced empirical & mathematical

[100%] quantification of shoulder tissue

mechanical exposures

Laing A.C., DRDC $56,823 2011 Neck muscle demands during the use

Callaghan J.P., [30%] of helicopter pilot helmets and night

Dickerson C.R. vision goggles

Dickerson C.R., WSIB $37,450 2011-2012 Adaptation of a novel shoulder

Callaghan J.P. [65%] exposure analysis tool for use by

practicing ergonomists

Potvin J.L., AUTO21 $57,250 2011-2012 Developing and implementing

Albert W.J., [20%] digital human modeling to improve

Callaghan J.P., proactive and reactive ergonomic

Dickerson C.R., assessments

Keir P.J.

Laing A.C.T., CRE-MSD $9,931 2010-2011 Load limits for manual material

Wells R.W., [10%] handling - do psychophysical

Dickerson C.R. estimates of acceptable loads during

lifting differ between older and

younger workers?

Dickerson C.R. MRI $190,000 2010-2015 Early Researcher Award: A

(Ontario) [100%] biomechanical model of fatigue-

induced subacromial impingement

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Fischer S.L., CRE-MSD $5,175 2010-2011 A method to predict acceptable hand

Dickerson C.R., [100%] force demands during upper

Wells R.W. extremity intensive work: A test of

principle

Dickerson C.R., CRE-MSD $3,850 2010-2011 Radiographic examination of

Chopp J.N. [100%] humeral head migration after

O’Neill J. fatiguing the rotator cuff with a

simulated work task

Callaghan J.P., WSIB $204,740 2009-2012 Improving the working environment

Dickerson C.R. [35%] in police cruisers: Reducing officers'

physical risks of the low back and

upper extremity

Callaghan J.P, York $24,375 2009 An assessment of laptop usage in

Dickerson C.R. Regional [50%] police cruisers: An evaluation of

(co-P.I.) Police usage patterns, postures and comfort

Potvin J.L., AUTO21 $107,250 2009-2011 Developing and implementing

Albert W.J., [20%] digital human modeling to improve

Callaghan J.P., proactive and reactive ergonomic

Dickerson C.R., assessments

Keir P.J.

Dickerson C.R. CRE-MSD $7,000 2009 Meeting of ministry of labour and

[0%] industrial ergonomists to enhance

provincial ergonomics delivery

Dickerson C.R. NSERC $54,000 2008-2011 Mathematical and empirical

[100%] investigations into shoulder function

Dickerson C.R., CRE-MSD $2,000 2008 A position paper on determining

Grieve J.R., [100%] acceptable levels of overhead work

Fischer S.L. in industry

Dickerson C.R., CRE-MSD $9,755 2008-2009 Integrating a shoulder biomechanical

Marshall J., [100%] model in contemporary job analyses

McAuley K.,

McLean C.

Dickerson C.R., WSIB $172,211 2007-2010 Development and evaluation of a

Callaghan J.P., [65%] novel shoulder occupational

Wotherspoon R.W. exposure analysis tool

Dickerson C.R. CFI $178,035 2007-2010 Digital ergonomics and shoulder

[100%] research laboratory infrastructure

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Dickerson C.R. ORF $178,035 2007-2010 Digital ergonomics and shoulder

[100%] research laboratory infrastructure

Dickerson C.R. Industries $143,716 2007-2010 In-kind support of infrastructure

[100%] acquired through CFI/LOF grants

Dickerson C.R. CFI $53,411 2007-2012 Infrastructure operating fund (to

[100%] support the above infrastructure

awarded through the Leader’s

Opportunity Award from CFI/LOF)

Wells R.P., WSIB $39,928 2007-2008 Development of a novel ergonomic

Kramer D.M., [10%] tool to predict hand and wrist effort

Wyatt C., White D., during work tasks

Dickerson C.R.

Dickerson C.R., CRE-MSD $9,503 2007-2008 Evaluation and refinement of hydro

Maracle S., Boyle C. [75%] meter field installation techniques

Callaghan J.P., CRE-MSD $9,825 2007-2008 Physical exposure evaluation in

Dickerson C.R., [50%] mobile police cruiser operations

Durkin J.L.

Dickerson C.R. CRE-MSD $9,971 2006-2007 Muscular effort in the shoulder in

[100%] low-demand manual tasks

Wells R.P., WSIB $28,695 2006-2007 Multi-task jobs and job rotation

Potvin J., Keir P., [35%] evaluation in the wrist, shoulder, and

Moore A., low back

Carnahan H.,

Dickerson C.R.

Green H., CRE-MSD $7,500 2005-2006 Evaluating trapezius fatigue and

Tupling A.R., [25%] molecular indicators of repetitive

Dickerson C.R. strain injuries

Dickerson C.R. U. Waterloo $35,000 2005 Faculty startup funding

[100%]

Dickerson C.R. U. Waterloo $15,000 2005 Vice president’s award

[100%]

# - Percentage of grant funds applied to personal research program in square brackets under total

Summary of Funding: Lifetime total of awarded grants (including negotiated in-kind contributions):

$2,016,248; estimated value applied directly to my personal research program: $1,428,537 (~71%).

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Student (and Highly Qualified Personnel) Supervision:

a) As Primary Supervisor, Graduate and Postdoctoral (24):

1) Ph.D. (5):

1) Steven Fischer, co-supervised with Richard Wells, 2006-2011, A biomechanical

investigation into the link between simulated job static strength and psychophysical

strength: Do they share a “weakest link” relationship? [NSERC PGS Doctoral

Recipient, 2007-2010; OGS Doctoral Level Recipient, 2010-2011]

2) Rebecca Brookham, 2008-2014, Developing a biomechanical basis for effective return

to work and resumption of daily living activities following breast cancer treatment

[NSERC PGS Doctoral Recipient, 2009-2012; OGS Doctoral Level Recipient, 2011-

2012]

3) Jaclyn Chopp, 2010- , Development of a probabilistic population model for the

prediction of subacromial geometric variability [NSERC PGS Doctoral Recipient,

2012-2015]

4) Kathleen MacLean, 2013- , (Tentative Title) Orthopaedic morphological scapular,

humeral, and clavicular variation in homo sapiens in the recorded fossil record:

implications for function, society, and modernization.

5) Alan Cudlip, 2014- , TBD [NSERC PGS Doctoral Recipient, 2014-2017]

2) Masters (16):

1) Sachin Raina, 2005-2008, Quantifying ligamentous contributions and their effects on a

muscle force prediction model of the shoulder

2) Rebecca Brookham, 2006-2008, Electromyography evaluation of rotator cuff manual

muscle tests

3) Laurie Hall, 2007-2010, Analysis of effect of rotator cuff impingements on upper limb

kinematics in an elderly population during activities of daily living tasks

4) Colin McKinnon, 2007-2009, Quantification and evaluation of physical shoulder

exposures in police mobile data terminal operators

5) Alicia Belbeck, 2008-2010, An assessment of the interplay between the shoulders and

the low back in occupational tasks: A manual patient handling example

6) Jaclyn Chopp, 2008-2009, Radiographic examination of humeral head migration after

fatiguing the rotator cuff [NSERC CGS Masters Recipient, 2009-2010]

7) Amy Chow, 2008-2010, Investigation of hand forces, shoulder muscle activation

patterns in push and pull exertions [NSERC CGS Masters Recipient, 2008-2010]

8) Tej-Jaskirat (Jessie) Grewal, 2009-2011, Quantifying the shoulder rhythm and

comparing non-invasive methods of scapular tracking for overhead and axially rotated

humeral postures [OGS Masters Level Recipient, 2009-2011]

9) Bryan Picco, 2009-2012, Quantifying the effects of humeral elevation angle, plane of

elevation, and motion phase on 3D shoulder kinematics during dynamic humeral

movement in multiple vertical planes [NSERC CGS Masters Recipient, 2010-2011]

10) Stephanie Borgs, 2010-2013, Determining the effects of force intensity, postural and

force direction constraints on off-axis force production during static unilateral pushing

and pulling exertions

11) Kimberly Meszaros, 2010-2013, Resolving the influence of work sequencing which

includes overhead work: implications for job cycle designs

12) Tea Lulic, co-supervised with Eric Roy, 2011-2013, In search of manual asymmetries

in aging during performance of activities of daily living: does upper limb performance

become more symmetric with age?

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13) Karen Ma, co-supervised with William McIlroy, 2011 [Withdrew]

14) Alan Cudlip, 2012-2014, Quantification of upper extremity physical exposures of

materials handling tasks in seated and standing configurations [OGS Masters Level

Recipient, 2012-2013]

15) Angelica Lang, 2013- , [OGS Masters Level Recipient, 2013-2014]; [NSERC CGS

Masters Recipient, 2014-2015]

16) Rachel Whittaker, 2014- , [NSERC CGS Masters Recipient, 2014-2015]

3) Postdoctoral Researchers (3):

1) Michael Holmes, co-supervised with Jack Callaghan, 2011-2012

2) Caroline Joseph, 2012-2013

3) Meghan Vidt, 2014-

4) Graduate Independent Studies (18)

Course Student Term

KIN 682 [13]: 1) Sachin Raina Winter 2007

2) Rebecca Brookham Winter 2007

3) Laurie Hall Winter 2008

4) Colin McKinnon Winter 2008

5) Kevin Hurley Winter 2008

6) Jaclyn Chopp Winter 2009

7) Alicia Belbeck Winter 2009

8) Amy Chow Winter 2010

9) Stephanie Borgs Spring 2011

10) Kimberly Meszaros Spring 2011

11) Tea Lulic Spring 2012

12) Alan Cudlip Spring 2013

13) Angelica Lang Spring 2014

KIN 782 [5]: 1) Steven Fischer Winter 2007

2) Sophia Berolo Winter 2009

3) Rebecca Brookham Spring 2009

4) Jaclyn Chopp Spring 2011

5) Kathleen MacLean Spring 2013

b) Undergraduate research students (101, some in multiple roles):

Course Student Term

KIN 391 [23]: 1) Jesse Moreton Fall 2005

2) Jaclyn Chopp Winter 2007

3) John-Ray Gauthier Winter 2007

4) Nicole Weishar Spring 2007

5) Ronald Tin Spring 2007

6) Colin Hughes Fall 2007

7) Christopher Burnie Spring 2008

8) Daniel James Fall 2008

9) Yamini Mistry Winter 2009

10) Nicola Holmes Winter 2009

11) Alan Cudlip Winter 2010

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12) Leon Latty Spring 2010

13) Christine Ma Spring 2010

14) Joanna Pharazyn Spring 2010

15) Aneesha Sravanapudi Fall 2010

16) Vanessa Quidayan Spring 2011

17) James Prinsen Fall 2012

18) Alberto Pagano Fall 2013

19) Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz Fall 2013

20) Payal Ghandi Winter 2014

21) Cerys McGuinness Fall 2014

22) Dylan Craig Fall 2014

23) Carmen Liang Winter 2015

KIN 431/432 [24]: 1) Jason Grieve Fall 2005, Spring 2006

Underlined name 2) Adam Wong Spring 2006, Winter 2007

indicates work 3) Gregory Cresswell Spring 2007, Winter 2008

from project 4) Amy Chow Spring 2007, Winter 2008

was published 5) Kevin Perdeaux Spring 2007, Winter 2008

in a peer-reviewed 6) Patricia Rosati Spring 2007, Winter 2008

journal 7) Joanna Wong Spring 2007, Winter 2008

8) Jaclyn Chopp Fall 2007, Winter 2008

9) Danielle Waite Fall 2007, Winter 2008

10) Bryan Picco Spring 2008, Winter 2009

11) Alison McDonald Fall 2009, Winter 2010

12) Samantha Molenaar Fall 2009, Winter 2010

13) Erin Middlebrook Spring 2010, Winter 2011

14) Mamiko Noguchi Spring 2010, Fall 2010

15) Karen Ma Spring 2010, Winter 2011

16) Joanna Pharazyn Winter 2011, Winter 2011

17) Alan Cudlip Spring 2011, Spring 2011

18) Elora Brenneman Fall 2010, Fall 2011

19) Kimberly MacKay Spring 2011, Spring 2011

20) Carmen Tsang Spring 2011, Winter 2012

21) Tyler Allen Fall 2012, Winter 2013

22) Daniel MacKinnon Fall 2012, Winter 2013

23) Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz Fall 2014, Winter 2015

24) Alberto Pagano Fall 2014, Winter 2015

KIN 472 [14]: 1) Sharon Fan Winter 2006

2) Jason Grieve Fall 2006

3) Stefano Bozzo Winter 2007

4) Jaclyn Chopp Winter 2008

5) Benjamin Lee Winter 2009

6) Leo Chau Spring 2010

7) Aneesha Sravanapudi Winter 2011

8) Alison McDonald Winter 2011

9) David Smith Winter 2011

10) Karen Ma Winter 2011

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11) Vanessa Quidayan Winter 2012

12) Alan Cudlip Winter 2012

13) James Prinsen Winter 2013

14) Lindsay Cartwright Winter 2014

Research 1) Jesse Moreton Summer 2006

Assistants [40]: 2) Rebecca Curry Summer 2006

3) Thomas Flynn Summer 2006, 2007

4) Jaclyn Chopp Summer 2007, 2008

5) Laurie Hall Summer 2007

6) Danielle Waite Summer 2007

7) Colin McKinnon Summer 2007

8) Alicia Belbeck Summer 2008

9) Amy Chow Summer 2008

10) Teddy Kim Summer 2008

11) Jonathan Lin Winter 2009

12) Boxue Zhou Winter 2009

13) Cheryl Patten Winter 2009

14) Erin Middlebrook Summer 2009, Fall 2010, Summer

2011

15) Alison McDonald Summer 2009, 2010

16) Samantha Molenaar Summer 2009

17) Bryan Picco Summer 2009

18) Tej-Jaskirat Grewal Summer 2009

19) Mamiko Noguchi Fall 2009, Summer 2010

20) Andrew Strathearn Winter 2010

21) Alan Cudlip Summer 2010, Winter 2011, Fall

2011, Winter 2012, Summer

2012

22) Stephanie Borgs Summer 2010

23) Elora Brenneman Summer 2010, Winter 2011,

Summer 2011

24) Kimberly Meszaros Summer 2010

25) Karen Ma Fall 2010, Summer 2011

26) Vanessa Quidayan Fall 2010

27) Carmen Tsang Fall 2010

28) Kimberly MacKay Winter 2011

29) Bronson Du Winter 2011

30) Tyler Allen Summer 2011, Winter 2012,

Summer 2012, Fall 2012,

Summer 2013

31) Tea Lulic Summer 2011

32) Alison Englehardt Fall 2011, Winter 2012

33) Corey Hofkirchner Fall 2011

34) Kevin Cheng Summer 2012

35) Jacquelyn Maciukiewicz Fall 2012, Summer 2013, Winter

2014; Summer 2014

36) Maureen Riddell Summer 2013

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37) Angelica Lang Summer 2013

38) Alberto (Chris) Pagano Summer 2014

39) Archana Kunasegaram Summer 2014

40) Rachel Whittaker Summer 2014

Laboratory Personnel Colin McKinnon, MSc, Research Associate 2009-2011

Alicia Belbeck, MSc, Robot Technician 2011

Jaclyn Chopp, MSc, MoCap Technician 2011

Caroline Joseph, MSE, Laboratory Technician 2011-2013

Kathleen MacLean, MSc, Laboratory Technician 2012

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1. Graduate Supervision, as Committee Member (25):

a. Ph.D. (10):

1) Steven Brown, 2008 (advisor Stuart McGill)

Examining the neuromuscular and mechanical characteristics of the abdominal

musculature and connective tissues: implications for stiffening the lumbar spine

2) Robert Parkinson, 2008 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

Refining the relationship between the mechanical demands on the spine and injury

mechanisms through improved estimates of load exposure and tissue tolerance

3) Diane Gregory, 2009 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

The influence of the tensile material properties of single annulus fibrosus lamellae

and the interlamellar matrix strength on disc herniation and progression

4) Jeremy Noble, 2010 (advisor Stephen Prentice)

Development of a neuromechanical model for understanding dynamic sensorimotor

interactions during locomotion

5) Samuel Howarth, 2011 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

Mechanical response of the porcine cervical spine to acute and repetitive anterior-

posterior shear

6) Tyson Beach, 2012 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

Identifying and training to eliminate movement impairments - effects on low-back

joint loading, stability, and potential for injury at work

7) Mohammad Sharif Shourijeh, 2013 [Systems Design Engineering] (advisor John

McPhee)

Optimal Control and Multibody dynamic modelling of human musculoskeletal

systems

8) Travis Steele, [Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah] (advisor Donald

Bloswick)

Internal Shoulder Biomechanics during Pushing and Pulling Tasks

9) Edward Cambridge, (advisor Stuart McGill)

Hip and spine integration – understanding the linkage from several perspectives of

low back pain

10) Reza Sharif Razavian [Systems Design Engineering (advisor John McPhee)

Human Motor Control Models for Rehabilitation Purposes

b. Masters (15):

1) Claudio Tampier, 2006 (advisor Stuart McGill)

Progressive disc herniation: An investigation of the mechanism using histochemical

and microscopic techniques

2) Christopher Ste-Croix, 2008 (advisor Jennifer Durkin)

Dynamic control strategies used by ACL-deficient copers and non-copers during

stair climbing

3) Kristen McFall, 2008 (advisor Richard Wells)

A psychophysical investigation of grip types with specific application to job rotation

4) Diana DeCarvallo, 2008 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

Time varying gender and passive tissue responses to prolonged driving

5) Lindsay Slater, 2009 (advisor Richard Wells)

The effect of different manual task simulation methods on hand and forearm demand

estimates

6) Andrew Beath (advisor Jennifer Durkin) [withdrew]

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A bovine model of knee cartilage deformation: relevance to osteoarthritis initiation

7) Marcus Yung, 2011 (advisor Richard Wells)

Exposure Amplitude Variation and Its Implications for Acute and Longer Term

Responses Using Biomechanical, Physiological, and Neurphysiological Indicators

8) Iris Levine, 2011 (advisor Andrew Laing)

Factors that influence pelvic stiffness and peak impact force during lateral falls

9) Dianne Ikeda, 2011 (advisor Stuart McGill)

Provocative testing and subsequent intervention to reduce back pain: A series of case

studies

10) Abdulatif Alwasel, 2011 [Systems Design Engineering] (advisor Eihab Abdel-

Rahman)

A device to measure arm elevation in the construction sector

11) Jade Chen, 2012 (advisor Andrew Laing)

The effects of worker age on lifting: psychophysical estimates of acceptable loads

and their link to biomechanics

12) Kristina Gruevski, 2012 (advisor Jack Callaghan)

Evaluation of a thoracic support for police officers during prolonged driving

exposures

13) Adrien Moufflet, (advisor Julie Cote, McGill University)

Identification of objective measures of neck/shoulder fatigue during simulated auto

work at shoulder height

14) Taya McGillivary, (advisor Stacey Acker)

Predicting thigh-calf contact force and area

15) Helen Chong, (advisor Stacey Acker)

Do East Asians achieve greater knee flexion than Caucasian North Americans, and

are East Asian kneeling and squatting styles kinetically different from North

American norms?

2. External Examiner (5):

1) Fearon Seaman, PhD, University of New Brunswick, 2008, Focus area: Biomechanics of the

shoulder, comprehensive examination.

2) Caroline Damecour, PhD, Queens University, 2012, Dissertation title - External trunk

support with industrial benchwork

3) Pierre-Yves Lagace, PhD, École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), 2012, Dissertation title -

Développement et validation d'une méthode d'évaluation des translations glénohumérales

3D sous EOS MC (French); Development and validation of a method of evaluating 3-

dimensional glenohumeral translation using EOS MC (English)

4) Julia Zandt, PhD, Technische Universität München, 2014, Dissertation title – Biomechanical

evaluation of healthy shoulder joints in elite junior javelin throwers and volleyball players:

The effectiveness of a 1-year preventive exercise intervention.

5) Kimberley Cullen, PhD, University of Guelph (Biophyisics), 2014, Dissertation title –

Patterns and risk factors for injuries and shoulder muscular activation in dogs performing

agility tasks.

6) Dissertation Defense Chair (5):

1) Aaron Dumas, PhD, University of Waterloo, Faculty of Science, Chemistry

Development of new domino reactions of alkylidene Meldrum’s Acids involving Friedel-

Crafts chemistry and catalytic conjugate addition of alkylidene Meldrum’s acids, 2009.

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2) Agnieszka Fecica, PhD, University of Waterloo, Faculty of Arts, Psychology

A step at a time: An investigation of preschoolers’ simulations of narrative events during

story comprehension, 2010.

3) Howard Chun-Kui Siu, PhD, University of Waterloo, Faculty of Science, Chemistry

Characterization of the self-assembly of pyrene-labelled macromolecules in water, 2010.

4) Carolyn Wilson, PhD, University of Waterloo, Faculty of Arts, Psychology

Dissociating response prepotency and response conflict within tasks of action inhibition

among individuals scoring high on the schizotypal personality questionnaire, 2010.

5) Margaretta Patrick, PhD, University of Waterloo, Faculty of Arts, Religious Studies

Playing for keeps: the evangelical fellowship of Canada in the public sphere, 1983-2006,

2011.

Other – Doctoral comprehensive examination committee, Waterloo Kinesiology (22)

1) Rob Parkinson 2005

2) Jeremy Noble 2005

3) Jonathan Singer 2006

4) Diane Gregory 2006

5) Tyson Beach 2006

6) Jennie Jackson 2006

7) Erika Nelson-Wong 2006

8) Steven Fischer 2007

9) Samuel Howarth 2007

10) Rebecca Brookham 2009

11) Diana De Carvalho 2009

12) David Frost 2009

13) Jaclyn Chopp 2011

14) Kaitlin Gallagher 2011

15) Chad Gooyers 2011

16) Thomas Karakolis 2011

17) Kristina Gruevski 2013

18) Iris Levine 2013

19) Kathleen MacLean 2013

20) Colin McKinnon 2013

21) Natalie Sidorkewicz 2013

22) Tyler Weaver 2013

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Service:

a) University: N/A

b) Faculty:

Founding Faculty Member, Ph.D. in Work and Health Program, 2007

AHS Liaison for Information and Systems Technology, 2006-2007

AHS Representative to Engineering Faculty Council, 2006-2008, 2010

AHS Cooperative Education Review Committee, 2007-present

Chair, AHS Faculty Council, 2010-2011; 2014

AHS Computing Representative 2011-2014

Decanal Renewal Committee, Applied Health Sciences, 2014

Decanal Search Committee, Applied Health Sciences, 2014-2105

c) Department:

Undergraduate Committee, 2006-2007

Graduate Committee, 2006-2010; 2013

Biomechanics Graduate Coordinator, 2006-2007, 2008-2010, 2013

Executive Committee, 2007-2009

Development of Ergonomics Professional Master’s Program, 2008-present

d) Community:

Scientific advisory board member, Centre for Research Expertise for the Prevention of

Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2007-2010

Executive Member, Canadian Society for Biomechanics, 2012-2014

Numerous journal, conference and society contributions (see scholarly and professional activities)

TD Discovery Days in Health Sciences, The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Laboratory

Experiences, 2011, 2012