Mark Hoffman, Ph.D., ATC, FACSM

Associate Professor
mark.hoffman@oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-737-6787

Langton Hall

Langton Hall 226

2450 Jefferson Way

2450 Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
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At OSU
Academic interests: 

Study of the sensory and motor systems of the human body in an attempt to gain a better understanding of their mechanisms for the promotion of human movement, physical activity, and the prevention of injury. Specifically I have been interested in studying neuromuscular mechanisms as they relate to sport injury.

My Publications

2009

Journal Article

S. Johnson and Hoffman, M., Spinal Control Differences Between teh Sexes, Journal of Athletic Training, p. S96, 2009.
, Kipp, K., Johnson, S., and Hoffman, M., The Short-term Effect Of Whole-body Vibration On The Spinal Reflex Activation, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, vol. 41, no. 5, p. 88, 2009.
S. Johnson, Kipp, K., Yun, J., and Hoffman, M., SPinal Mechanisms Contributing To Rate Of Force Development, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, vol. 41, no. 5, p. 434, 2009.

2006

Journal Article

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