Jim Dickey, PhD
School of Kinesiology
Room 3159A, Thames Hall
519 661-2111 x87834
- PhD (Queen's)
- BSc, MSc (Waterloo)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Tissue mechanics
- Joint mechanics
- Joint injury
- In-vivo studies of whole-body vibration (exercise platforms and occupational exposures)
- Joint Biomechanics Laboratory
- Principles of Biomechanics
- Clinical Biomechanics
- Scientific Instrumentation and Analysis
- College of Biological Sciences Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Guelph, 2007
- Faculty Health Sciences Teaching Award – Recognition of Achievement
- Member of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics
- Member of the International Society of Biomechanics
- Member of the Consortium of Canadian Chiropractic Research Centers (CCCRC)
- Caryn, RC, Hazell, TJ, Dickey, JP Transmission of Acceleration from a Whole-Body Vibration Exercise Platform to the Head. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 35(04): 330-338, 2014.
- Dickey JP, Eger TR, Frayne RJ, Delgado GP, Ji X. Research using Virtual Reality: Mobile Machinery Safety in the 21st Century. Minerals. 3(2):145-164, 2013.
- Dickey JP, Eger T, Oliver M. A systematic approach to simulating field-based occupational whole-body vibration exposure in the lab using a 6df robot. Work, 35(2):15-26, 2010.
- Caryn RC, Hazell TJ & Dickey JP. (2014). Transmission of Acceleration from a Whole-Body Vibration Exercise Platform to the Head. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 35(04), 330-338.
- Atkison RR, Dickey JP, Dragunas A & Nolte V. (2014). Importance of sagittal kick symmetry for underwater dolphin kick performance. Human Movement Science, 28(Feb), 298-311.
- Kelleher LK, Campbell KR & Dickey JP. (2013). Biomechanical Research on Bowed String Musicians: A Scoping Study. Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 28(4), 212-218.