Dr. Deanna Asakawa connected to Kinesiology through bioengineering.
“I was interested in Kinesiology as I wanted to help design better rehabilitation therapies for people who were disabled or recovering from surgery. Now I work more with research on ergonomics and injury prevention,” says Asakawa.
Currently, she is conducting research on the biomechanics and motor control of human interaction with touchscreen mobile computing devices and teaching kinesiology courses at CSUSM.
This image features Dr. Asakawa’s CSUSM Kinesiology Graduate students during their KINE 501 Motor Control laboratory.