Learn more about Mike and the students working in the Neuromechanics and Ergonomics Lab.
Learn more about the Neuromechanics and Ergonomics Lab. View some of the exciting research projects taking place.
View a list of our peer reviewed work. View our peer-reviewed publications, conference proceedings, abstracts and technical reports.
Combining neuroscience and biomechanics, our lab aims to better understand how people become injured at work. Identifying work-related injury mechanisms can lead to better workplace design.Michael W.R. Holmes, PhD
Quantifying physical demands in the workplace: Using occupational biomechanics to identify mechanisms of injury
Dr. Holmes was recently a symposium speaker at the 2014 Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Conference, held in St. John’s NL.