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Matthew Hoch

  • Matthew Hoch
  • Assistant Professor
  • 1005 Student Recreation Ctr
  • Norfolk, VA 23529
  • 757-683-4351
  • mhoch@odu.edu
  • Education

    University of Kentucky, 2011
    Major: Rehabilitation Sciences
    Degree: Ph. D.
    Ohio University, 2008
    Major: Athletic Training
    Degree: M.S.
    East Stroundsburg University, 2006
    Major: Athletic Training
    Degree: B.S.
  • Research Interests

    Lower extremity injury, rehabilitation, motor control
  • Licensures and Certifications

    Certified Athletic Trainer (#060602331)
    Sponsoring Organization: Athletic Training Board of Certification
    Date Obtained: 2006-06-01
  • Expertise

    Health/Health Care
    Lower extremity injury, rehabilitation, motor control, sports medicine
  • Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

    Influence of femoroacetabular impingement on lower extremity kinematics, kinetics, and muscle activation
    Sponsoring Organization: International Society of Biomechanics
    Date: February, 2013 - February, 2014
    Awarding Organization: Private
    Investigators:Irmischer, B.; Weinhandl, J.; Hoch, M.; Russell, D.
    Clinical and laboratory predictors of self-perceived function in individuals with chronic ankle instability
    Sponsoring Organization: Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainer’s Association
    Date: November, 2012 - November, 2013
    Awarding Organization: Private
    Investigators:Houston, M.; Hoch, M.
    Plantar stimulation in adults with chronic ankle instability
    Sponsoring Organization: American College of Sports Medicine
    Date: July 1, 2012 - July 1, 2013
    Awarding Organization: Private
    Investigators:Hoch, M.; Weinhandl, J.; Van Lunen, B. L.
    Improving Healthcare Informatics Competency in Post-Professional Athletic Training Students
    Sponsoring Organization: ODU CLT
    Date: December 15, 2011 - December 15, 2012
    Awarding Organization: Old Dominion University
    Investigators:Hoch, M.; Van Lunen, B. L.; Carter, A.; Johnson, S.
    An Innovative Approach to Understanding the ACL Injury Enigma: A Combination of In Vitro, In Vivo and Computer Simulation Techniques
    Sponsoring Organization: ODURF
    Date: October 25, 2011 - June 30, 2012
    Awarding Organization: Old Dominion University
    Investigators:Weinhandl, J.; Hoch, M.; Bawab, S.; Ringleb, S. I.