Mackenzie is interested in evaluating injury risk and rehabilitation of lower extremities. She is currently gaining new skills in research methodology and analysis by exploring biomechanical responses and adaptations to performance footwear.
Reading, playing guitar, hiking, fantasy football, finding the best chai latte
BS, Mechanical Engineering, minor in Bioengineering – University of Notre Dame
Mia works at the intersection of accessibility, biomechanics, and rehabilitation medicine. Her work primarily focuses on the development and translation of assistive technology for young children with disabilities. She is currently developing a low-cost switch kit for digital play and testing various technologies to support On-Time mobility for preambulatory kids.
Hiking, Running, Trail Running, Reading, Exploring the PNW
BS, Biomedical Engineering, Concentration: Biomechanics, Minor: Ethics – North Carolina State University
Charlotte is interested in using rehabilitation biomechanics to improve the quality of life of people with limited mobility. She is currently researching the application of spinal stimulation to improve physical therapy outcomes in children with cerebral palsy.
Painting, learning ukulele, rock climbing, and hiking