|Human Movement Science Research Symposium
|Exercise and Sport Science
|03/22/2019 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
The Program Committee would like to welcome you to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the 2019 Human Movement Science Research Symposium. This research symposium has been held annually since 2004. This event is the result of several smaller research exchanges, which were combined into one event in order to share research efforts with a broader audience and to help spur collaboration between local institutions.
For over 15 years, students, faculty, researchers, and clinicians from regional institutions have attended the symposium to present and discuss current research in an open and friendly environment. Further aims of the symposium are to encourage collaboration between researchers, and to provide vocational information to students. The formal interactions during the presentations and the informal discussions that take place during the luncheon and social are key to fostering continued collaborations.
This symposium is highlighted by a keynote address given by a respected and established researcher in the field of Human Movement Science. This year's keynote speaker is currently being determined.
We would like to thank the sponsors of this event for their generous support. This gathering of Human Movement Science students, faculty, researchers, and clinicians from regional institutions promises to be an important event for exchanging research ideas and fostering collaborative opportunities, and would not have been possible without their support.
We sincerely hope you enjoy this year's symposium!
2019 Human Movement Science Co-Chairs
Tricia Combs, Chris Johnston, and Chad Wagoner