Dr. Taeyou Jung is an executive director of the Center of Achievement through Adapted Physical Activity, which provides internationally recognized clinical exercise and aquatic therapy programs. He is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology, teaching courses in Adapted Physical Activity and Therapeutic Exercise. Dr. Jung is also an adjunct professor in Assistive Technology Engineering Graduate Program.
His bachelor’s degree is in Kinesiology from Seoul National University, Korea. He completed master’s and doctoral degrees in Kinesiology with emphases on Sports Medicine and Adapted Physical Activity at the University of Virginia.
Prior to joining faculty at CSUN in 2003, Dr. Jung had worked at the Gait Analysis and Human Performance Laboratory in the Kluge Children’s Rehabilitation Center and the McCue Sports Medicine Center in Virginia.
His primary research interests focus on clinical biomechanics of functional movements in populations with neuromuscular disabilities, and investigation of balance and gait outcomes after therapeutic exercise or aquatic exercise. Current research projects include investigating the effects of exercise on cognitive functions and brain activities of people with neuromuscular disabilities; and application of virtual reality module for rehabilitation exercise.
Dr. Jung enjoys playing tennis and soccer. Also, he is an avid skier and mountain biker. He is a big fan of classical music and jazz.
- Ph.D. 2003, University of Virginia
- M. Ed. 1999, University of Virginia
- B.S. 1998, Seoul National University
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