- Program Graduate
PhD, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, Western University
Master’s Degree, Health and Physical Education, McGill University
Bachelor’s Degree, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, University of Windsor
Ashley Hannon, PhD’16 completed her doctoral thesis titled Markerless Radiostereogammetry of the Shoulder Joint in Humans: Comparisons of Scapulohumeral Kinematics Between Individuals with Healthy and Supraspinatus-Impaired Shoulders under the supervision of Tom Jenkyn, PhD in the School of Kinesiology at Western.
Hannon has also volunteered as a research scientist for the Lifesaving Society of Ontario conducting anthropological testing on international rescue manikins.
While a Medical Innovation Fellow at Western, Hannon would team up with her peer medical innovation fellows to enter the Proteus Innovation Competition where their commercialization plan for Dr. Kara Patterson’s mirror box for lower-extremity therapy device took home one of the top three spots and a $7500 prize. After completing the MIF program, Hannon went on to become a Director of Business Development for Mitacs, a non-profit, national research organization that manages and funds research and training programs for undergraduate, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in partnership with universities, industry and government.
Hannon, Ashley N., “Markerless Radiostereogammetry of the Shoulder Joint in Humans: Comparisons of Scapulohumeral Kinematics Between Individuals with Healthy and Supraspinatus-Impaired Shoulders” (2016). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository. 3653.