Jaclyn Hurley

Assistant Professor

Locations / Contact Info:

353 Norman Bethune College - BC
Keele Campus
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext. 22137

Email address(es):

jnhurley@yorku.ca

Faculty & School/Dept.

Faculty of Health - School of Kinesiology & Health Science

Degrees

PhD (Kinesiology [Biomechanics]) -
University of Waterloo

MSc (Kinesiology [Biomechanics]) -
University of Waterloo

BSc (Kinesiology) -
University of Waterloo

Selected Publications

 



Chopp-Hurley JN, Wiebenga EG, Bulbrook BD, Keir PJ, Maly MR. (2020). Evaluating the relationship between quadriceps muscle quality captured using ultrasound with clinical severity in women with knee osteoarthritis. Clinical Biomechanics, Accepted.



Chopp-Hurley JN, Wiebenga EG, Keller HH, Maly MR. (2019). Diet and nutrition risk affect mobility and general health in osteoarthritis: Data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, Accepted.



Chopp-Hurley JN, Prophet C, Thistle B, Pollice J, Maly MR. (2018). Scapular muscle activity during static yoga postures. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 48(6), 504-509.



Chopp-Hurley JN, Langenderfer JE, Dickerson CR. (2016). A probabilistic orthopaedic population model to predict fatigue-related subacromial geometric variability. Journal of Biomechanics, 49(4), 543-9.



Chopp-Hurley JN, O’Neill JM, McDonald AC, Maciukiewicz JM, Dickerson CR. (2016). Fatigue-induced glenohumeral and scapulothoracic kinematic variability: Implications for subacromial space reduction. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 29, 55-63.



 


Supervision

Currently available to supervise graduate students:

Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers:

Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects:

Current Research

My research in the area of biomechanics of musculoskeletal health and injury prevention, uses combined experimental and computational modelling-based methods to investigate mechanisms of injury and develop effective exercise rehabilitation strategies for chronic musculoskeletal conditions that accompany age.