Prof. Dr. Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky

Created: Sunday, 18 December 2011

Prof. Dr. Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, Ph.D. Professor of Kinesiology, Department of Kinesiology, The Pennsylvania State University.

Professional Experience: 1993, Professor of Kinesiology, The Pennsylvania State University; 1995 ? September 2004, Director of the Biomechanics Laboratory, Penn State University; 1991- 1993,Visiting Professor, Biomechanics Laboratory, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, Penn State University; 1991,Visiting Professor at UCLA, Los Angeles; 1990 -1991, Visiting Professor at the University of Calgary, Canada; 1990, Visiting Professor at UCLA, Los Angeles; 1989, Head of the Chair of Biomechanics in the Central Institute of Physical Culture, Moscow; 1987-1989, Director of the All-Union Research Institute of Physical Culture, Moscow; 1974-1987, Head and Professor of the Biomechanics Chair in the Central Institute of Physical Culture, Moscow; 1960-1974, Associate Professor and Full Professor at the Central Institute of Physical Culture, Moscow.
Honors:2003-Doctor Honoris Causa degree from The Russian State University of Physical Culture (Moscow, Russian Federation); 1999 -Honorary Member, International Association of Sports Kinetics; 1999 Doctor Honoris Causa degree from The Academy of Physical Educatio in Wroclaw, Poland; Journal of Sports Sciences, Editorial Board, member; 1999- Fellow of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education; 1998- Pauline Schmitt Russel Distinguished Research Career Award; 1996 - Motor Control journal, Editorial Board member; 1993- Club of Cologne member; 1992- Geoffrey Dyson Award from the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports; 1992- Coaching and Sport Science Journal, Editorial Board; 1989-Council member, International Society of Biomechanics; 1989- Scandinavian Journal of Sport Science and Medicine, Advisory Board; 1986- Journal of Sport Sciences, Advisory Board; 1985-International Journal of Sport Biomechanics, Editorial Board; 1982-2003 Medical Commission of the International Olympic Committee; 1976, 1982-National Gold Medals for the Best Scientific Research in Sport, USSR; 1999-Kinesiology (Croatia), Advisory Board, member; 2000- Facta Universitatis, University of Nis (Serbia and Montenegro), Editorial Board, member.
Membership: International Society of Biomechanics; American Society of Biomechanics; American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education; American College of Sports Medicine; Motor Control Society
Scientific Advisory over 70 Ph.D. dissertations
Activity Publications: Over 350 scientific papers, 19 patents and 15 books including.

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