OverviewProfessor of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Orthopedics, Mechanical Engineering,
and Biomedical Engineering
HRS Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
106E Atwell Hall
453 W. 10th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: (614) 292-0558 (Office)
Phone: (614) 293-2409 (Lab)
Primary Professional Areas of Interest
Research FocusDr. Chaudhari’s research focuses on the basic question: Can we better understand how movement-related injuries and diseases happen by studying the human body as a mechanical system?
Dr. Chaudhari is interested in the role of core stability in the prevention and treatment of injuries across the entire body, the mechanisms behind overuse running and throwing injuries, and the effects of chemotherapy, osteoarthritis, total knee arthroplasty, aging and hernia on gait, balance and mobility.
Recent Research and Presentations
Clinical, Functional and Performance Biomechanics Lab
- Health and Rehabilitation Sciences 8680– Instrumentation for Quantifying Movement and Muscle Function in Clinical Practice and Research
- 1996: BS, Biological Sciences and Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
- 1997: MS, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
- 2003: Doctor of Philosophy, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford university