07_0110_AofM_Course_Intro

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Unformatted text preview: Winter Quarter 2006 Project-based Interdisciplinary Course - 4 units Lecture Course - 2 units Anatomy of Movement Ortho 222 http://move.stanford.edu What is the Essence of Human Movement ? Interdisciplinary Course Musculoskeletal Anatomy Neurophysiology Bioengineering/Biomechanics Physical Anthropology Comparative Anatomy & Evolution Performing & Visual Arts Music Dance Art Photography/ Cinematography Animation Target Audience Faculty Facilities Learning Objectives Terminology Reading Projects Important Dates Grading Overview D E Z& & I N A G R O 1 8 9 1 L E L A N D S T A N F O R D JU N I O R U N I V E R S I T Y Faculty Director: Amy L. Ladd MD Professor of Orthopaedics Chief, Chase Hand & Upper Limb Center Head of Outreach, SUMMIT Co-Director: Jessica Rose PhD Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics Director, Motion & Gait Analysis Lab Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Project Manager: Kingsley Willis Digital Web Artist, SUMMIT Teaching Assistants: Stephanie Louie, Biomechanical Engineer Andrew Rogers, Data Analyst Motion & Gait Analysis Laboratory Motion & Gait Analysis Lab Facilities Motion & Gait Analysis Lab, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Prof. Jessica Rose, Stephanie Louie, Andrew Rogers and Erin Butler SUMMIT (Stanford University Medical Media Information Technologies) Mr. Kingsley Willis Project Realization Lab (main campus & Clark Center) Dr. Craig Milroy and Ian Halpern CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics) Prof. Chris Chafe and Prof. Jonathan Berger Anatomy [email protected] CCSR (Center for Clinical Sciences Research) Prof. Robert Chase Learning Objectives 1. Achieve a basic understanding of upper and lower limb musculoskeletal anatomy, physiology and function 2. Achieve a basic understanding of how injury and disease alter musculoskeletal function...
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