2013-2014 lab members from left to right. Front Row: Jenna Yentes, Sara Myers, Alek Diffendaffer, Amanda Fletcher, Lexie Liu, Bryon Applequist, JC Chien, Dan Blanke, Whitney Korgan, Jessica Renz, Natasa Kyvelidou, Mukul Mukherjee, Melanie McGrath, Mu Qiao, Ryan Hasenkamp. Back Row: Eric Pisciotta, Josh Pickhinke, Kai Huang, Mike Hough, Troy Rand, Bryan Arnold, Steve Harrison, DJ Eikema, Nick Stergiou, Will Heida, Shane Wurdeman, Joseph Siu, Dylan Goodman, Jeff Kaipust
The Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility (NBCF) is located on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. It is a center dedicated to the discovering of the neuromuscular control mechanism of human movement pattern. The director of the Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility is Dr. Nicholas stergiou. The NBCF is unique in that it is dedicated to interdisciplinary research that engages in both theoretical and experimental neuromuscular control questions.NBCF scientists have been responsible for many important discoveries related to the motor control of movement patterns. NBCF is also the home of the Center for Research in Biomechanics (CRB) and the HPER Biomechanics Laboratory.
We continually pursue and frequently receive grants that support our research efforts. While this funding is critical, charitable gifts from individuals, such as you, also are vital to advancing our work. To learn more about how you can support the important work of the Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility, please click on the NU Foundation's Nebraska Biomechanics Excellence Fund.