PhD Title: The Potential of Using the Latency of Hamstring Reflex-Response as an Objective Measure of Knee Stability
Supervisor: Dr. Michael J. Grey
Jawad F. Abulhasan is a physiotherapist graduated from Kuwait university in 2006 and worked in Sport medicine department at Kuwait ministry of health. He got his master of science degree at Sheffield Hallam university (2012) in sport injury management and therapy.
Mr Jawad’s research area of interest is on rehabilitation of athletes and recreational exercisers, specifically working on knee laxity measures. He conducted a project in 2011 on the effect of different running speeds on anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) laxity as for his master degree project. He is currently working on a project with his supervisor Dr Michael J. Grey to investigate the potential of using the latency of hamstring reflex-response as an objective measure of knee stability.