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Stoffregen PI on Medtronic contract investigating physician's movement

Tom StoffregenThomas Stoffregen, Ph.D., professor in the School of Kinesiology, will serve as PI in collaboration with Dr. Paul Cassidy, Medtronic Human Factors Scientist (and a graduate of the School of Kinesiology) on a Medtronic-funded research contract for $32,167 entitled "Coronary Valve Experiments." The 5-month contract includes a graduate research assistant position for Kinesiology Ph.D. candidate Ken Yoshida and supports research on the role of a physician's movements in implanting coronary valves by running them to the heart through arteries.

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