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Published Articles in Refereed Journals
  1. Davis E, Hubley-Kozey C, Landry S, Ikeda D, Stanish W, Astephen Wilson J (Clinical Biomechanics. 2019 Jan; 61: 233-9) Longitudinal evidence supporting the relationship between 3-year radiographic progression of knee osteoarthritis and joint level mechanics.
  1. Steeves D, Thornley L, Goreham J, Jordan M, Landry S, Fowles J (International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2018 Oct; 9: 1-27) Reliability and validity of a novel trunk strength assessment for high performance sprint flatwater kayakers.
  1. Del Bel M, Jones M, Fairfax A, Steele K, Landry S (Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 2017 Oct; 36: 65-72) Effect of leg dominance and sex on neuromuscular control patterns in children performing unanticipated side-cuts.
  1. Amiri P, Hubley-Kozey C, Landry S, Stanish W, Astephen Wilson J. (Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 2015 Dec; 25(6): 951-8) Obesity is associated with prolonged activity of the quadriceps and gastrocnemii muscles during gai.
  1. Landry S, Nigg B, Tecante K. (Footwear Science. 2012 June; 4(2): 101-14) Walking in an unstable Masai Barefoot Technology (MBT) shoe introduces kinematic and kinetic changes at the hip, knee and ankle prior to and after a six week accommodation period: A comprehensive analysis using Principal Component Analysis (PCA).
  1. Landry S. (Lower Extremity Review (Invited Review). 2011 Mar; 11(3): 31-6) Unstable shoe designs: Functional implications.
  1. Nigg B, Tecante K, Federolf P, Landry S. (Clinical Biomechanics. 2010; Dec; 25(10): 1047-52) Gender differences in lower extremity gait biomechanics during walking using an unstable shoe.
  1. Landry S, Nigg B, Tecante K. (Gait and Posture. 2010 Jun; 32(2):215-9) Standing in an unstable shoe increases postural sway and muscle activity of selected smaller extrinsic foot muscles.

- Among the Top 25 articles downloaded from Gait and Posture in 2011

  1. Landry S, McKean K, Hubley-Kozey C, Stanish W, Deluzio K. (Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 2009 Oct; 19(5):e370-9, Epub 2008 Oct 19) Gender differences exist in neuromuscular control patterns during the pre-contact and early stance phase of an unanticipated side-cut and cross-cut maneuver in 15-18 years old adolescent soccer players.
  1. Landry S, McKean K, Hubley-Kozey C, Stanish W, Deluzio K. (American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2007 Nov; 35(11):1901-11) Neuromuscular and lower limb biomechanical differences exist between male and female elite adolescent soccer players during an unanticipated run and cross-cut maneuver.
  1. Landry S, McKean K, Hubley-Kozey C, Stanish W, Deluzio K. (American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2007 Nov; 35(11):1888-900) Neuromuscular and lower limb biomechanical differences exist between male and female elite adolescent soccer players during an unanticipated side-cut maneuver.
  1. Landry S, McKean K, Hubley-Kozey C, Stanish W, Deluzio K. (Journal of Biomechanics. 2007; 40(8):1754-61) Knee biomechanics of moderate OA patients measured during gait at a self-selected and fast walking speed.
  1. McKean K, Landry S, Hubley-Kozey C, Dunbar M, Stanish W, Deluzio K. (Clinical Biomechanics. 2007 May; 22(4):400-9) Gender differences exist in osteoarthritic gait.
  1. Hubley-Kozey C, Deluzio K, Landry S, McNutt J, Stanish W. (Journal of Electromyography Kinesiology. 2006 Aug; 16(4):365-78) Neuromuscular alterations during walking associated with moderate knee osteoarthritis.
  1. Trenholm A, Landry S, Deluzio K, McLaughlin K, Leighton R, Leighton J. (Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. 2005 Nov-Dec; 19(10):698-702) Comparative fixation of tibial plateau fractures using AlphaBSM, a calcium phosphate cement, versus cancellous bone graft.
Technical Reports for Industry
  1. Kivell M, DeAdder N, Landry S (2018) Creation of an athlete foot morphology, movement and shoe preference database. Project conducted for adidas innovation team at Acadia University.
  1. Steele K, DeAdder N, Jones M, Landry S. (2014) Performance evaluation of three basketball shoes using maximum vertical jumps. Research conducted for adidas innovation team at Acadia University.
  1. Del Bel M, Fairfax A, Landry S. (2013) Biomechanical differences between male and female athletes that arise during sport specific movements. Literature Review conducted for adidas innovation team at Acadia University.
  1. Filgiano T, Borys T, Landry S. (2013) Performance Evaluation of the adidas adiPure Crazyquick. Research conducted for adidas innovation team at Acadia University.

 

Refereed Conference Abstracts and Presentations

International Conferences

  1. Tan C, Landry S. (2019) Effect of sex and age on lower extremity sagittal plane asymmetry during single and double leg drop jump landings. 27th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  1. Hatt E, Landry S. (2019) Understanding differences between sex, leg and sport on ankle joint angles and moments during cutting and jumping movements. 27th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  1. Davis E, Astephen Wilson J, Kivell M, Landry S. (2019) Lower extremity joint moment patterns demonstrate sex-dependant and independent changes throughout puberty. 27th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  1. DeVita P, Shultz S, Furlong L, Carpes F, Aeles J, Landry S. (2019) The Internationalization of National Biomechanics Day (NBD). 27th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  1. Goreham JA, Landry SC, Kozey JW, Smith B, Ladouceur M. (2018) Functional data analysis: A new method to investigate pacing strategies in elite canoe kayak sprint. International Society of Biomechanics in Sport Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. 
  1. Davis EM, Landry SC, Ikeda D, Stanish WD, Hubley-Kozey CL, Astephen Wilson J. (2017) Changes in gait kinetics precede structural changes in individuals with moderate knee osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis Research Society International 2017 World Congress, Las Vegas, USA.
  1. Astephen J, Ikeda D, Landry S, Stanish W, Hubley-Kozey C. (2015) A three-year longitudinal study of biomechanical alterations in knee osteoarthritis and asymptomatic controls. 25th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, Scotland.
  1. Steele K, Jones M, Del Bel M, Fairfax A, Landry S. (2015) Sex and age effect on muscle activity patterns in the dominant and non-dominant legs of early pubescent and post-pubescent soccer athletes during the performance of unanticipated side-cut maneuvers: In relevance to non-contact ACL injuries. 25th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, Scotland.
  1. Del Bel M, Jones M, Fairfax A, Steele K, Landry S. (2015) Leg dominance differences exist in muscle activation patterns in pre- or early- pubescent soccer players performing unanticipated side-cuts: Relevance to non-contact ACL injuries. 25th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, Scotland.
  1. Jones M, Steele K, Del Bel M, Fairfax A, Landry S. (2015) Age and gender effect on muscle activation patterns in the dominant and non-dominant legs of soccer players during unanticipated side-cuts: Relevance to non-contact ACL injuries. 25th Congress of International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, Scotland.
  1. Del Bel M, Fairfax A, Stebeleski L, Landry S. (2014) Gender comparison of muscle activation patterns in pre- or early pubescent soccer players while performing unanticipated cutting maneuvers: Relevance to non-contact ACL injuries. 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  1. Fairfax A, Del Bel M, Stebeleski L, Landry S. (2014) Age comparison of muscle activation patterns between pre-pubescent and post-pubescent female soccer players while performing unanticipated cutting maneuvers: Relevance to non-contact Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries. 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  1. Stebeleski L, Fairfax A, Del Bel M, Landry S. (2014) The effect of ankle taping on dominant and non-dominant legs’ lower limb muscle activation patterns during unanticipated cutting maneuvers on artificial field-turf. 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

National Conferences

  1. Goreham JA, Landry SC, Kozey JW, Smith B, Ladouceur M. (2018) Using functional data analysis to investigate pacing characteristics in elite canoe kayak sprint athletes. 20th Biennial Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Davis EM, Landry SC, Ikeda D, Stanish WS, Hubley-Kozey CL, Astephen Wilson J. (2018) Loading of the knee in the transverse plane: implications for radiographic OA progression. 20th Biennial Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Mackinnon S, Landry SC, Hillier K. (2018) Gait analysis of a young male basketball athlete with bilateral surgical club foot correction. 20th Biennial Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Marriott H, Landry SC. (2018) Lower limb symmetry in single leg drop landing joint kinematics. 20th Biennial Meeting of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Davis EM, Landry SC, Ikeda D, Stanish WS, Hubley-Kozey CL, Astephen Wilson J. (2018) Loading of the knee in the transverse plane: implications for radiographic OA progression. Canadian Bone and Joint Conference, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada.
  1. Steeves D, Thornley L, Goreham J, Landry S, Fowles J. (2016) Isometric force generating differences between left and right side in a simulated kayak stroke. 11th Annual SPIN (Sport Innovation) Summit, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  1. DeAdder N, Kivell M, Landry S. (2016) Physimax: Real-time movement analysis – A viable clinical assessment tool for professional sports teams to mitigate injury? 19th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  1. Kivell M, DeAdder N, Landry S. (2016) Effect of sex and age on gluteus medius activation and hip biomechanics during jump landings. 19th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  1. Moore T, Landry S. (2012) Overground walking and treadmill walking at level and uphill inclines demonstrate differences in lower limb muscle activity patterns for older active female adults. 17th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
  1. Landry S, Nigg B, Tecante K. (2012) Kinematic and kinetic changes introduced at the lower extremity after using an unstable Masai Barefoot Technology (MBT) shoe for a six week accommodation period. 17th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
  1. Thakrar S, Fry A, Landry S. (2012) Neuromuscular differences exist for the lower limb when comparing audio and visual cues to induce unanticipated sidecut maneuvers in university soccer players. 17th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
  1. Rutherford D, Landry S, Hubley-Kozey C, Stanish W. (2010) Toe out gait affects knee biomechanics and neuromuscular function in asymptomatic individuals and those with moderate knee OA. 44th Canadian Orthopaedic Research Society (CORS) Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  1. Smith J, Fowles J, Landry S. (2010) Neuromuscular approach in sport specificity: ability of two off-ice training devices to reproduce the forward ice skating stride. 15th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.
  1. Chisholm L, Wightman R, Seaman R, Landry S. (2010) Muscle activity patterns of the upper limb and trunk during accelerated and constant velocity sledge hockey propulsion. 15th Biennial Conference of Canadian Society for Biomechanics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  1. Landry S, Tecante K, Nigg B. (2010) Standing in an unstable MBT shoe increases activity of selected muscles crossing the ankle joint complex. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

Regional Conferences

  1. Melanson B, Ross K, Landry S. (2017) Sex and leg dominance effects on neuromuscular control patterns and lower body biomechanics during single leg jump landings of post-pubescent athletes: Relevance to non-contact ACL injury. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Charlottetown, Prince Edwards Island, Canada.
  1. Ross K, Melanson B, Landry S. (2017) Leg dominance and asymmetry effects on neuromuscular activation patterns of pre-pubescent and post-pubescent male and female athletes during walking and unanticipated side-cutting maneuvers: Relevance to non-contact ACL injuries. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Charlottetown, Prince Edwards Island, Canada.
  1. Richard E, Landry S, Mekary S. (2017) The effects of cervical strengthening on static standing balance: A pilot study. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Charlottetown, Prince Edwards Island, Canada.
  1. DeAdder N, Kivell M, Landry S. (2016) Physimax: Real-time movement analysis – A viable clinical assessment tool for professional sports teams to mitigate injury? Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Boersma D, Landry S. (2012) Lower limb neuromuscular differences exist in male football players when comparing medial and lateral muscle sites in anticipated and unanticipated lateral false step and side cut. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Thakrar S, Fry A, Landry S. (2011) Lower limb neuromuscular differences exist when comparing audio and visual cues to induce an unanticipated sidecut maneuver in elite soccer players. 1st Annual Atlantic Canadian Society of Biomechanics Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Fry A, Thakrar S, Landry S. (2011) Muscle activation patterns that may contribute to female soccer players having a greater risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries while performing game-like cutting maneuvers on artificial turf. 1st Annual Atlantic Canadian Society of Biomechanics Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Moore T, Landry S. (2011) Alterations in muscle activity patterns during overground walking and treadmill walking on level and uphill inclines in an older active female population. 1st Annual Atlantic Canadian Society of Biomechanics Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Chisholm L, Wightman R, Seaman R, Landry S. (2010) Muscle activity patterns of the upper limb and trunk during accelerated and maximum constant velocity sledge hockey propulsion. 8th Annual School of Biomedical Engineering Research Day, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Smith J, Fowles J, Landry S. (2010) Neuromuscular approach in sport specificity: ability of two off-ice training devices to reproduce forward ice-skating. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Chisholm L, Wightman R, Seaman R, Landry S. (2010) Muscle activity patterns of the upper limb and trunk musculature during accelerated and constant velocity sledge hockey propulsion. Atlantic Provinces Exercise Scientists (APES) Meeting, STFX University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.