Lab News

June 2018, Colin Bond from the Noonan Lab presented a poster titled "Knee Kinematics During a Single-Leg Backwards Jump-Landing With and Without External Load" at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine in Minneapolis, MN.

May 2017, Dr. Ben Noonan co-authored a current opinion published in Current Sports Medicine Reports summarizing a recent discussion of sport medicine clinicians and researchers on regenerative medicine and its potential role in youth sports injuries. "Not missing the future: a call to action for investigating the role of regenerative medicine therapies in pediatric/adolescent sports injuries."

May 2017, The 11th annual Sanford Sports Medicine Symposium brought together physicians and scientists to discuss current research findings related to sports medicine and sports-related conditions and injuries. Dr. Noonan gave a research presentation in the Cellular Therapies session on the Biologic Use in the Hip.

August 2016, Dr. Noonan attended the National Youth Sports Health and Safety innovation think tank proposal meeting in Vail, CO. Dr. Noonan presented on youth musculoskeletal sports injuries with a focus on lower-extremity operative procedures. The emphasis of the meeting was on regenerative medicine and cellular therapy options in children.

July 2016, Dr. Noonan and Sanford Sports Science Institute staff member Colin Bond recently published an article in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research entitled: “Comparison of Three Timing Systems: Reliability and Best Practice Recommendations in Timing Short Duration Sprints.”

June 2016, Dr. Noonan and co-authors had a paper published entitled “The Hip in Ice Hockey: A Current Concepts Review” in Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery.

May 2016, Dr. Noonan and co-authors publish in article in Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery entitled: “Biomechanical Evaluation of an Adjustable Loop Suspensory Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Fixation Device: The Value of Retensioning and Knot Tying.”