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Work in the Neuromuscular Biomechanics Lab has been made possible through the support of the following organizations and projects.

The Charles Lee Powell Foundation
Dana Adams Griffin Award
Powell Foundation Faculty Research Award
The Baxter Foundation Faculty Fellowship
Whitaker Foundation Young Investigator Award
NSF Young Investigator Award
David Morgenthaler II Faculty Scholarship
United Cerebral Palsy Foundation: Muscle Lengths in Crouch Gait
DARPA: Surgical simulation for limb trauma management
DARPA: Trauma Management Simulation and Training
Implex Corp: Kinematic Analysis of Posterior Stabilized Knees
NIH: Muscle Function in Deformed and Surgically Altered Limbs
NIH: Muscle Function after Tendon Transfer Surgery
NIH: A Graphics Supercomputer to Link NIH Investigators
NIH: Standing by Functional Neuromuscular Stimulation
NIH: Interdisciplinary Regenerative Medicine Training Program
NIH: Physics-based simulation of biologic structures
NIH: Biomedical Computation Training at Stanford
NIH: Real-Time MRI and 3D Modeling: Application to Patellofemoral Pain
NIH: Center for Protein Folding Machinery
NSF: Scaling in Musculoskeletal Structures
NSF: Computer-Assisted Analysis and Design of Hip Replacements
VA: Patellofemoral mechanics and rehabilitation
Simulation-based treatment planning for gait disorders
BioX: How Myosin V Walks: 3D Simulation Brings Life to Atomic Structures of Motor Proteins
BioX Modeling Muscles in Contact
BioX: In Vivo Measurement of Sarcomere Dynamics
Internet2: A Platform for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery
The  Wallace Coulter Foundation