NACOB 2022 will bring together leading scientists and researchers in all areas of biomechanics from across North America and worldwide.
September 27 – Call for pre-conference workshops and tutorials and symposia
November 16 – Deadline for pre-conference workshops and tutorials and symposia submissions
November 17 – Call for individual poster and oral submissions
January 14 – Deadline for individual poster and oral submissions
June 21 – Early bird registration deadline
July 8 – Deadline to book a hotel room
July 21 – Regular registration deadline
August 21 – Pre-conference workshops
August 22-25 – NACOB 2022 Conference
Meet the NACOB 2022 Co-Chairs
Dr. Daniel Benoit
University of Ottawa
Dr. Benoit is a Full Professor at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences, cross appointed to the Department of Mechanical Engineering and School of Human Kinetics, and is a member of the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Biomedical Engineering (OCIBME). He received his PhD in Surgical Sciences from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm Sweden in 2005 under the supervision of Dr. Per Renström. A former member of the International society of Biomechanics Executive board, his research interests include identifying the role muscles play in stabilizing joints during functional tasks, and how this is affected by neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. His current collaboration with the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario seeks to improve assessment, treatment and rehabilitation outcomes following knee injury in youth.
Dr. Ryan Graham
University of Ottawa
Dr. Graham is an Associate Professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa and is the University Research Chair in Biomechanics and Data Science for Human Health and Performance. He is a member of the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Biomedical Engineering (OCIBME), and holds Adjunct Professor positions in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University and the Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences at the University of Waterloo. He received his PhD in biomechanics and ergonomics in 2012 from Queen’s University under the supervision of Dr. Joan Stevenson.