Kyle is an engineer with specialized knowledge in biomechanical analysis technology. He is currently the engineer in the Motion Analysis Laboratory at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles where he integrates and develops hardware and software to improve medical care. This lab carries out gait assessments, sports movement assessments, and interdisciplinary research studies in movement analysis.
Previous to this position he received his Master of Research (MRes) degree in Comparative Biomedical Sciences from the Royal Veterinary College, London. He worked as a research technician and Master’s student in the RVC’s Structure and Motion Laboratory. Here, his research focused on sesamoid bone development in the ostrich knee joint while as a technician he collaborated with other researchers in the lab with data collection and research equipment.
Kyle received his BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2013. As an undergraduate he gained early research experience in the Multi-scale Muscle Mechanics Lab at UVA.