Jason Fice is a research assistant in the injury prevention group. The focus of his PhD thesis at the University of British Columbia was volunteer testing to understand neck muscle activation and control. One goal of his research is to provide data that can be used to improve computer models of the human body, which will ultimately be used to make cars safer. At Chalmers, Jason will continue his research goals by studying the activation of shoulder muscles in volunteers during pre-impact driving maneuvers like steering and braking.
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