Meet the CoBal Lab Team
John J. Jeka
Maelyn is a current graduate student in the Biomechanics and Movement Science Program. Maelyn received her B.S. in Neuroscience with a minor in biomechanical engineering from the University of Delaware. Previous experience includes building D.I.Y medical devices for those in the local disabilities community as well as motion capture analysis. Maelyn joined the CoBal Lab with an interest in understanding the neurological aspects of Parkinson’s Disease during locomotion. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, breakdancing, and reading.
Stephen is a current graduate student in the Biomechanics and Movement Science Program. Stephen received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in biomechanics and human performance from Drexel University in Philadelphia. Previous work has spanned from medical device design of prosthetics and orthotics to modeling viscoelastic properties of biomaterials such as cartilage and bone. Stephen joined the CoBal Lab with an interest in neurological aspects of locomotion and virtual reality game design for clinical application. In his free time you can find him training in the Southern Chinese style of Kung Fu called Wing Chun and the Afro-Brazilian style of martial arts called Capoeira.
Hendrik Reimann – Research Assistant Professor at University of Delaware, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology Dept.
Jaclyn Caccese – Assistant Professor – Ohio State University
Fernando Vanderlinde dos Santos – Senior Product Engineer at Bertec Corportation
Tyler Fettrow – Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Florida
Elizabeth D. Thompson – Assistant Professor at University of Delaware, Physical Therapy Dept.
Lei (Leo) Ma – Temple University DPT program
Eric Anson – Assistant Professor at University of Rochester Medical Center
Kaleb McDowell – Center for Agent Soldier Teaming – ARL