Lee Cabell, Ed.D.
Graduate Programs in Health Sciences
I specialize in 3-D dynamic analysis in clinical and sports research.
I have been at Seton Hall University teaching Biomechanics and Statistics since 2001. Before that I taught Biomechanics at the University of Texas in Austin. In addition to my teaching duties I also coordinate the Human Functional Performance Laboratory.
My research is two-fold:
Clinical (Orthopaedic) Biomechanics - Rehabilitation Engineering and its application to the clinical research. Biomechanics of both normal and pathological locomotion, determination of the mechanical factors to affect the control of coordinated movement, and the assessment of the injury mechanisms of the musculoskeletal system.
Sports Biomechanics - 3-D dynamic analysis of sports performance - figure skating, dance, ...
- Ed.D., University of Kentucky, 1999
- M.S., University of Kansas, 1993
- Kinematic analysis of the take-off and start of the early flight phase on a large hill (HS-134 m) during the 2009 Nordic world ski championships
Journal of Human Kinetics, 27, 5- 16,
- Kinematic analysis of the flight phase of the Nordic combined and ski jump on a large hill (HS-134 m) during the 2009 ski jumping world championships
Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics,13(1), 19- 25,
- Kinematic characteristics of the ski jump in-run: a 10-year longitudinal study
Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 26(2), 196- 204,
- Biomechanical analysis of the spinning edge change and the body mechanics during the upright spin
The Professional Skater, 14- 15,
- Kinematic analysis of gait in subjects with juvenile hallux valgus deformity
Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering, 3, 3,
- A lot to be learned about skating injuries
Skating, 52- 53,
- Biomechanical analysis of the sit spin
The Professional Skater, 12-13,
- Gender differences in muscle activation around the hip, knee, and ankle in cutting maneuvers
Clinical Biomechanics, 16, 945,