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In my research, I study sensorimotor function following ACL injury. My current work aims to better understand re-injury fear and anxiety by implementing functional neurophysiological techniques.
My research is about developing new strategies for the assessment and management of extrapulmonary manifestations among people with COPD.
Researcher in Sports Medicine and Public Health with a special focus on how our lifestyle and more specifically our level of physical activity predicts our future health and risk of illness.
Deputy Head of Department of Community Medicine & Rehabilitation
Head of Section of Sports Medicine
Teaching and Researching in the field of Exercise Physiology.
I do research and teach about Physiotherapy. I am a Registered Physiotherapist and member of the national Section for Occupational Health and Ergonomics.
I am an Associate Professor in Physiotherapy and work as a university lecturer at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, at the Physiotherapy Program.
Professor of Physiotherapy. My research addresses human motor control, how the brain is involved and how to understand movements in normal conditions and after injury/disease to guide treatment.
I represent the University in Sports Medicine and Precision Medicine for Exercise and Health. Research includes physical activity, performance, anti-doping and children's sports.
Employed as a university lecturer at the Occupational Therapy Unit, but is also a doctoral student with the research area of 'Life balance among patrolling police officers'.
Professor of Physiotherapy. Works with research and teaching. The research is mainly about physical activity and exercise for older people, including people who have dementia or live in nursing homes.
Associate professor, combined with clinical employment, teaches at the Physiotherapy Program.
I have a doctoral degree in medicine/phyiology. I'm currently a senior lecturer in Umeå teaching, supervising students and my research areas are recovery processes, football, women.
Researches and educates in the field where systems based on artificial intelligence (AI) need to collaborate with humans. Research spans basic research in AI to applications improving health.
PhD student in sports medicine, within the project COPD-HIIT. Examining feasibility, acute and chronic effects of supramaximal HIIT in people with and without chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
I am a Assiociate Professor at the Medical Programme. I want to develop research in areas where new technologies can improve older people's chances of good ageing.
Reg. occupational therapist, specialist in occupational therapy and doctoral student.
I teach exercise physiology at the bachelor and master's levels and I am also responsible for our master's programme.Sex/gender in exercise physiology is my main area of interest in research.
In our research on the development and evaluation of e-health tools for people with lung disease, we use various AI solutions, such as feedback from reported physical activity or symptoms.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Functional Anatomy
I work as a study administrator for the subjects of History and Archaeolgy.
lecturer and docent, with interdisciplinary research focus on public health science, medical sociology, as well as gender-theoretical and socio-cultural perspectives on the body, movement and health.
Works with research and teaching and is responsible for the doctoral education at the department. The research is focused on, among other things, musculoskeletal disorders.
PhD, ass professor in Sports medicine. Teaching:exercise physiology, metabolism, and nutrition. Research:exercise-training, muscle biology, metabolism, nutrition, iron and metabolic syndrome.
Has a master's degree in sports medicine. Works as a project assistant for a research project towards a sustainable working life in occupations with high physical strain.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD Fellow, ESR13 Health CASCADE
Associate professor in physiotherapy. Research focusing on how shame and guilt affect self-management in people with COPD, and support for self-management, including eHealth, for different groups.
Therese Eskilsson is the Head of the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Umeå university and an associate professor, physiotherapy.
My thesis concerns social participation and togetherness among older adults in a home care context, within the research project STAY-IN-TOUCH.
My research area is eHealth and how digital elements with AI can make people with a diagnosis more independent.
Xiaolei Hu, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, FACRMSenior University Lecture & Senior Consultant PhysiatristDepartment of Community Medicine and RehabilitationUmeå University, 901 85 Umeå, Sweden