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  • Cal Poly research will help amputee veterans

    Cal Poly researchers in human motion biomechanics have received a three-year $513,000 grant from the Department of Defense’s Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to work on improving exercise practices in below-knee amputees.

Cal Poly researchers in human motion biomechanics have received a three-year $513,000 grant from the Department of Defense’s Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to work on improving exercise practices in below-knee amputees. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Cal Poly researchers in human motion biomechanics have received a three-year $513,000 grant from the Department of Defense’s Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to work on improving exercise practices in below-knee amputees. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Cal Poly gets grant to study the best way for amputees to exercise

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