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PhD candidate Yoshida to work on $11M Med School grant to improve training of combat medics

Yoshida72.jpgKen Yoshida, PhD candidate in Kinesiology, has been awarded a research assistantship in the Medical School to work on a three-year, $11M grant to improve training of combat medics. The grant was announced in September. Mr. Yoshida will be working with researchers Dr. Connie Schmitz and Dr. Jeffrey Chipman.

Mr. Yoshida is advised by Dr. Tom Stoffregen, professor of movement science.

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