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Do NFL and NCAA Helmet Testing Limitations Put Players at Risk?. Engineering.com
Stanford research suggests football helmet tests may not account for concussion-prone actions. Stanford News
Kevin Hogan-Cody Kessler comparison highlights latest Stanford material. ESPN
Camarillo Lab welcomes rotation student Joy Ann Franco!
Congratulations to Fidel Hernandez, Calvin Kuo, and Mehmet Kurt for being accepted for podium presentations at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) in Tampa, FL!
Camarillo Lab welcomes visiting researcher Kristina Granlund-Moyer, undergraduates Justing Cheung, Jesus Loza, Jordan Miller, and Cedric Yue, and high school students Irma Adame, Helen Gordan, Manpreet Kaur, and Sophia Maxfield!
Congratulations to David Camarillo on being named a Hellman Faculty Scholar!
Even Small Football Impacts Can Ring the Brain Like a Bell. Discover Magazine
Camarillo Lab welcomes undergraduates Preston Lim, Taylor Nguyen, and Brett Salazar!
Congratulations to Lyndia Wu for being accepted for a podium presentation at the 2015 Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C) in Snowbird, UT!
Damage control. (Cover story in March/April 2015 issue) Stanford Magazine