Jennica Bellanca received her B.S. in bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 2009 and went on to earn a dual Masters degree in both bioengineering and mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 as well. She currently works as a part of the technology integration team at the Office of Mine Safety and Health Research, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Her current projects include hazard recognition in stone stand and gravel operations, and the effect of attentional demands on task performance.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesExtraction of Stride Events from Gait Accelerometry During Treadmill Walking
Ervin Sejdić, Kristin A. Lowry, Jennica Bellanca, Subashan Perera, Mark S. Redfern, Jennifer S. Brach
Objective: Evaluating stride events can be valuable for understanding the changes in walking due to aging and neurological diseases. However, creating the time series necessary for this analysis can be cumbersome. In particular, finding heel contact and toe-off events which... Read more
Posted on 18 DEC 2015