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    Dear Colleagues,

    Our research team at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill led

    by our epidemiologist, Dr. Steve Marshall is going to collect kinematic
    and kinetic data for a ACL injury prevention related project in three
    colleges between June 28 and July 30. Dr. Darin Padua in our Sports
    Medicine Research Lab and I will assist Dr. Marshall in collecting data
    using a 4 sensor Flock of Bird system and a non-conductive force plate.
    We have only one set of Flock of Bird system and one nonconductive force

    plate, and desperately need two more systems so we can collect data in
    three colleges during the same time period. We would appreciate it if
    anybody in US who has this kind of system and is willing to loan the
    system to us can let me know. Thank you very much for any help you can
    give to us.

    Bing



    --
    Bing Yu, PhD
    Associate Professor, Director
    Center for Human Movement Science
    Division of Physical Therapy
    CB# 7135 Medical School Wing E
    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7135

    Tel: 919-843-8643
    Fax: 919-966-3678
    E-mail: byu@med.unc.edu

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