Student Studies

Molly Taylor, MS, LAT, ATC
An Emotional Intelligence Educational Intervention to Reduce Burnout in Healthcare Profession Students: A Pilot Study
NATA Research & Education Foundation
Healthcare education programs lack training to promote the development emotional intelligence. This project aims to determine the effect of a brief educational workshop and reflection practice on burnout in students. The study will compare the efficacy of this workshop between clinically-active and non-clinically active healthcare professional students.
Period of Performance: 07/2023 to 06/2024
Total Value: $2,500

Meredith Owen, PhD
The Relationship Between Muscle Quality and Joint Loading in Persons with Lower Limb Amputation
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
This study will focus on assessing the muscle quality of the thigh and predict the relationship with the thigh muscle quality and muscle strength. The project will also examine the relationship between muscle quality, muscle strength, and knee joint loading for individuals with lower limb amputation.
Period of Performance: 04/2023 to 04/2024
Total Value: $210,372

Michaela Keener
Multi-Sensor Occupation Specific Energy Expenditure Models for Race Riders
University of Cincinnati
This study will help to develop a multi-sensor system to predict reliable energy expenditure while exercising with live horses. This system will be used to predict energy expenditures with the combination of kinetic and kinematic data.
Period of Performance: 07/2022 to 06/2024
Total Value: $6,671