Ph.D. FACSM, FISBS, FRCAAHPERD
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Duane Knudson earned his Ph.D. in biomechanics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has held tenured faculty positions at Baylor University, California State University-Chico, and Texas State University. He is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance at Texas State. Dr. Knudson has received numerous grants for his research on the biomechanics of sport and exercise. He has published over 84 peer-reviewed articles in top journals like the Journal of Applied Biomechanics, International Journal of Sport Biomechanics, Sports Biomechanics, International Journal of Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of Sports Sciences, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, European Journal of Applied Physiology, Sports Engineering, Gait & Posture, Research Quarterly for Exercise in Sport, Journal of College Science Teaching, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, and Kinesiology Review. His research areas are in the biomechanics of tennis, stretching, qualitative movement diagnosis, learning biomechanical concepts, as well as influence and citation metrics of Kinesiology journals. Dr. Knudson has authored three books, 13 chapters, and over 27 refereed articles in scientific proceedings. He has also authored over two dozen articles for professionals in magazines, journals, and web sites. His scholarship has been cited over 2100 times for an h-index of 24 and a g-index of 41. His individualized h-index is 19. He currently serves on four journal editorial boards, the Board of Directors of ISBS, as President of American Kinesiology Association, and has been elected fellow of three scholarly societies. He has received the outstanding young alumni award from UW-Oshkosh, was the 2010 Southeast ACSM Scholar, and received the 2011 Ruth B. Glassow Honor Award from NASPE. Dr. Knudson’s ORCID iD is 0000-0003-0809-7970.
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