Hyung Suk Yang

Hyung Suk Yang

Assistant Professor

KINESIOLOGY AND SPORT MANAGEMENT (KSM)

SCSC-A311F

Phone: (605) 658-5626

Email: HS.Yang@usd.edu

Bio:

Hyung Suk Yang joined the division as an Assistant Professor in 2017. He earned his PhD in Rehabilitation Science (Clinical Biomechanics) at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.


Teaching Interests:

Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Research Method, Laboratory Techniques


Research Interests:

Investigating factors that alter or impede various aspects of gait such as walking, running, and landing, especially as related to clinical applications and health disparities


Education:

  • Ph D, Rehabilitation Sciences-Clinical Biomechanics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 2017
  • MS, Kinesiology-Biomechanics, Texas Tech University, 2012
  • BPE, Sports Science, Seoul National University of Science & Technology, 2009

Licensures and Certifications:

  • Biomedical Research Investigators and Key Personnel, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
  • Adult CPR/AED, American Red Cross

Publications:

Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions of the faculty member or discipline.

  • Brady, H A., James, C R., Dendy, D W., Irwin, T A., Swiacki, C A., Thompson, L D., Camp, T M., Yang, Hyung Suk, and Cooper, K J.. Gait and gross motor improvements in a two-year-old child with arthrogryposis multiplex congenital after hippotherapy intervention, 15-18. Vol. 67. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science , 2018. (DOI: 10.1016/j.jevs.2018.02.003)
  • Yang, Hyung Suk, James, C R., Lee, L T., Sawyer, S F., Sizer, P S., Kumar, N A., and Kim, J. Effects of arm weight on gait performance in healthy subjects, 40-47. Vol. 60. Human Movement Science, 2018. (DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2018.05.003)
  • Atkins, L T., James, C R., Yang, Hyung Suk, Sizer, P S., Brismee, J M., Sawyer, S F., and Powers, C M.. Corrigendum to "Changes in patellofemoral pain resulting from repetitive impact landings are associated with the magnitude and rate of patellofemoral joint loading" [Clin. Biomech. 53 (2018) 31-36]., 151. Vol. 54. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon), 2018. (DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2018.03.018)
  • Atkins, L T., James, C R., Yang, Hyung Suk, Sizer, P S., Brismee, J M., Sawyer, S F., and Powers, C M.. Changes in patellofemoral pain resulting from repetitive impact landings are associated with the magnitude and rate of patellofemoral joint loading., 31-36. Vol. 53. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon), 2018. (DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2018.02.006)
  • James, C R., Atkins, L T., Yang, Hyung Suk, Dufek, J S., and Bates, B T.. Prediction of calcaneal bone competence from biomechanical accommodation variables measured during weighted walking, 37-45. Vol. 56, Iss. Pt B. Human Movement Science, 2017. (DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2017.10.016)
  • Scott, R, Yang, Hyung Suk, James, C R., Sawyer, S F., and Sizer, P S.. Volitional preemptive abdominal contraction and upper extremity muscle latencies during D1 flexion and scaption shoulder exercises. Journal of Athletic Training (In Press). (DOI: 10.4085/1062-6050-255-17)

Presentations:

  • Brady, H, James, C R., Dendy, D, Irwin, T, Thompson, L, Camp, T, Stevens, R, Yang, Hyung Suk, Cooper, K. Gait and gross motor skills in two- and three-year-old children with developmental delay participating in hippotherapy intervention. Presented at the International Congress of Equine Facilitated Programmes, Dublin, Ireland. (June 2018)
  • Scott, R, Yang, Hyung Suk, James, C R., Sawyer, S F., Sizer, P S.. Effects of volitional preemptive abdominal contraction on upper extremity function during common shoulder exercises. Presented at the National Athletic Trainers Association Clinical Symposia & AT Expo, Free Communications Program RapidFire, New Orleans, LA. (June 2018)