Movement Science Department
Heather Gulgin, PhD, ATC
Office Address: 4540i KHS, Kindschi Hall of Science
B.S. Exercise Science, University of Alabama-Birmingham, 1995
M.S. Exercise Physiology, University of Alabama-Birmingham, 1997
Certificate of Athletic Training, 1997
Ph.D Biomechanics, University of Toledo, 2005
Orthopedic walking boots and effect on gait
Weight-bearing hip rotation range of motion
Gait analysis with and without an orthopedic walking boot
Gulgin, H., Hall, K., Luzadre, A., Kayfish, E. (2016). 3-D Gait Analysis with and without an orthopedic walking boot. American Society of Biomechanics Meeting, Raleigh, NC.
Tonya M. Parker, PhD, AT, ATC
Office Address: 4415 Kindschi Hall of Science
Doctorate of Philosophy - University of Oregon, 2006
Primary field: Sports Medicine
Secondary field: Biomechanics
Dissertation: Recovery of motor and cognitive function following concussion.
Master of Science – University of Oregon, 2000
Bachelor of Science – Texas Christian University, 1997
Clinical Education Coordinator – Athletic Training
Assistant Unit Head for Faculty Development
Neuropsychological determinants of recovery from concussion
Dynamic balance during locomotion with and without dual-tasking
Assessments and Determinants of Concussion Recovery
The relationship between physical literacy and life stress
Evaluating university physical activity courses from student and instructor perspectives
Depression and neurocognitive performance after concussion among male and female high school and collegiate athletes.
Parker, TM, Lewis, C, Beaudoin, CB. (manuscript in review). The relationship between physical literacy and life stress.
Beaudoin, CB, Parker, TM, Tiemersma, K, Lewis, C. (accepted) Evaluating university physical activity courses from student and instructor perspectives. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
Kontos, AP, Covassin, T, Elbin, RJ, Parker, TM. (2012). Depression and neurocognitive performance after concussion among male and female high school and collegiate athletes. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93(10): 1751-1756.