The Neuromechanics and Ergonomics LAB

Neuromechanics and Ergonomics LAB

R Understanding injury development at work and sport (neuromechanical mechanisms of injury)

R Investigating how fatigue, injury and pain can influence performance

R Developing recommendations to reduce injury risk (through ergonomic interventions)

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Learn more about Mike and the students working in the Lab.


Current Research

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View our peer-reviewed publications, conference proceedings, abstracts and technical reports.

Combining neuroscience and biomechanics, our lab aims to better understand how people develop work-related injuries. Identifying injury mechanisms can lead to better workplace design.

Michael W.R. Holmes, PhD

Canada Research Chair in Neuromuscular Mechanics and Ergonomics, Brock University | Department of Kinesiology

What’s New

Lab attends International Society of Biomechanics Conference in Calgary (ISB 2019)

Our lab and a contingent of Biomechanics researchers from Brock University attended the International Society of Biomechanics Conference in Calgary (ISB 2019), July 31-August 4, 2019. It was a great event and Brock was well represented! We had a mix of posters and oral presentations and all of our students did a fantastic job! 🙂  ...

Lab attends ISEK and CSB!

It was a busy summer for the lab with students attending the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology Conference (ISEK) in Dublin and the Canadian Society for Biomechanics (CSB) Conference in Halifax. Graduate student Garrick Forman won the best poster award for ISEK!! Way to go Garrick! PhD Student, Davis Forman had an oral presentation on our exciting work investigating biceps brachii excitability with changes in forearm posture and biceps muscle...

Ontario Biomechanics Conference 2018

Our group attended the 2018 Ontario Biomechanics Conference this past weekend. The Holmes lab is also attending ISEK and CSB later this summer. Everyone is busy these days! But OBC is always a fun...

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