Alison Bowcock

Position: Alumni

Research Motor skill learning and instruction

Year: 2005

Alison was our first research assistant in the Motor Skills Lab. at UBC whilst still an undergraduate student in Human Kinetics. In her second summer in the Lab she was supported by a NSERC (USRA) summer work-term appointment. She has since graduated from the program and is now a qualified massage therapist. Her excellent research at the time has since culminated in two publications. Not only did Alison become skilled at using 3D motion analysis hardware and software, she became an expert at video editing (using Dartfish) and at throwing the frisbee!