Meet Christopher J Arellano, PhD.!

Dr. Arellano is an Associate Professor in the University of Arizona’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery – College of Medicine. He is the product of the NASA Harriett G. Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship, earning his PhD in Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Dr. Arellano is a published author in sports science. His work, including breaking down the 2-hour marathon barrier, has garnered recognition from the New York Times. He is also co-author of "The Science of Speed: The Art of the Sprint" with Coach Tom Tellez. Dr. Arellano brings a wealth of expertise, including research experience at NASA Johnson Space Center in the Anthropometrics and Biomechanics Facility.

At AiKYNETIX, we are honored to have Dr. Arellano on board. His expertise in understanding the effects of elevation change, weight distribution, and alterations in center of mass on running biomechanics directly translates to enhancing your individual performance.

With Dr. Arellano's guidance, we will refine our AiKYNETIX human motion analysis technology to better serve you, ensuring that it offers personalized insights designed to your specific needs.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Arellano to the AiKYNETIX family.
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Excited to introduce Dr. Christopher J Arellano, PhD, an Associate Professor at the University of Arizona's Department of Orthopedic Surgery! His groundbreaking work in sports science and research at NASA Johnson Space Center makes him a valuable addition to the AiKYNETIX team.

Welcome, Dr. Arellano!