Biomechatronics, Assistive Devices, Gait Engineering, and Rehabilitation Laboratory

Rebecca Roembke

UW BADGER Lab Member: Sept. 2018 –Present
B.S. – Physics, University of Wisconsin-Parkside (2017)

In the BADGER Lab, Becca has done research on the Mechanical and Metabolic Consequences of Trunk Lean Angle in walking, using motion capture with passive reflective markers, instrumented force treadmill, metabolic mask, and an IMU.

She is also currently working with and testing the wearable tendon tensiometer, created in the UW NMBL lab.

Outside of academics, Becca enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with friends and family.