Research Coordination Network for X-ray Motion Analysis (RCN-XMA)
In 2009, the US National Science Foundation funded the creation of a Research Coordination Network for X-ray Motion Analysis (RCN-XMA) applied to comparative biomechanics research. The primary goals of the RCN-XMA are:
- to offer 1-week summer short courses at Brown and UNLV for graduate students, postdocs and faculty interested in X-ray Motion Analysis (XMA) for comparative biomechanics research;
- to develop an XMA Web Portal, database, and collaboration hotspot for sharing software, tools, information and data.
The PIs of the RCN-XMA are Beth Brainerd from Brown University and David Lee from University of Nevada Las Vegas. Membership in the RCN-XMA is open to all researchers in comparative biomechanics with an interest in X-ray motion analysis.
Apply to become a member of the RCN-XMA on our membership application page.
June 3-7, 2013
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Providence, RI, 02912, USA