Ami Boucher 17’ presents research at the ACSM Northwest.

by Department of Exercise Science,

  • exercise science exhibit

ExSci senior Ami Boucher (2017) recently presented her research titled “Diabetic Neuropathy on Knee Joint Position Sense” at the Northwest American College of Sports Medicine conference in Bend, Oregon. Ami was joined by physiologists, biomechanists and sports scientists from the Pacific Northwest for two-day conference of biomedical science, engineering and sports science.

Congratulations to Ami!

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