Meet Chris Hill, Communications Committee
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Hello everyone and welcome to the STORK Website. My name is Chris Hill and I am an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology at California State University, San Bernardino. During my graduate studies I became interested in Questionable Research Practices (QRPs) and how small decisions that researchers make can influence reported research outcomes. Over […]

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Meet Vanessa Yingling, Diversity Chair
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I am chairing the Diversity Committee for STORK and am looking forward to meeting and working with a wide-variety of Kinesiology professionals.   STORK aims to foster an inclusive community that is sensitive to personal and professional backgrounds. Our goal for this year is to cultivate a diverse membership. All members will be involved in […]

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Meet Matt Boisgontier, Co-Chair/Secretary

Hello! My name is Matt Boisgontier and I am a neuroscientist, a kinesiologist, and a physiotherapist. I achieved a PhD from the University of Grenoble in 2012 (France). Then, I did a 6-year postdoc at Leuven University (Belgium) including a 1-year visit at the University of British Columbia (Canada), both supported by the Research Foundation […]

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Meet Zack Zenko, Publication Chair

Dr. Zachary Zenko is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology at California State University Bakersfield. He joins STORK as the chair of the Publication Committee. Zack has previously been involved with SportRxiv as member of the steering board and advocate for open and improved scientific practices. As the inaugural chair, one of Zack’s […]

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Meet John Mills, Executive Committee Chair

Hello! My name is John Mills and I am the Executive Chair of STORK. Before entering academia, I worked as a coach (football/soccer) for a decade in a range of professional academies, schools and sports organisations. I have a BSc in Psychology and Childhood Development from Suffolk University and a PhD from the University of […]

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Meet Fergus Guppy, Awards Chair

I am Fergus Guppy, a Senior Lecturer in Human Physiology at the University of Brighton. I completed my PhD at Aberystwyth University in 2014 and am primarily interested in bone; particularly how bone responds to mechanical load but also in terms of body composition and interval training. It was at Aberystwyth that I met John […]

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