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Talin Louder

Talin Louder

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office Location: SCCE 489
IconEmail: talin.louder@usu.edu

Biography

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Science and researcher in the Dennis G. Dolny Movement Research Clinic, which is housed within the Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence.

BACKGROUND

I received an AS from Southern Utah University, a BS in Exercise Science from Utah Valley University, a MS in Health and Human Movement from Utah State University, and a PhD in Disability Disciplines from Utah State University in 2017.

Prior to graduating from USU in 2017, I worked in manufacturing as an operations lead and engineer for 6 years. After graduating, I started my academic career as an Assistant Professor at the University of South Dakota. In Fall of 2019, I started at Utah State University as an Assistant Professor where I currently reside. I am a member of the American College of Sports Medicine Association.

TEACHING INTERESTS

I am interested in teaching activities that relate to the application of human movement science to the biomechanical expression, training, and rehabilitation of agile movement in humans.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

I am interested in wearable technologies (e.g. MEMS IMU), sensorimotor and neuromuscular determinants of agile movement, and the aquatic environment as a therapeutic in exercise and rehabilitation.

LABS

Dennis G. Dolny Movement Research Clinic