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Lasse MausehundPhD candidate
Lasse Mausehund is a PhD candidate at the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center, Department of Sports Medicine at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. His main research areas are sports injuries and strength training exercises. In his PhD, he studies biomechanical risk factors for and prevention of secondary ACL injury in ball/team sports in female elite athletes.
Lasse is authorized physical therapist and holds a M.Sc. in Sports Sciences with a specialization in biomechanics. He has been working for several years with educating personal trainers for NIH Aktiv, lecturing in biomechanics, strength training, functional anatomy and sports injuries. Previously he worked for MuscleAnimations, producing strength- and biomechanics animations which are being used for educational purposes.
Why are players with a previous ACL injury at elevated risk of sustaining a new secondary ACL injury?
Project manager: Lasse Mausehund
Unanticipated fake-and-cut maneuvers do not increase knee abduction moments in sport-specific tasks: Implication for ACL injury prevention and risk screening
Mai, Patrick; Bill, Kevin; Claramunt- Molet Mireia; Bartsch Julia; Eggerud, Mathias; Pedersen, Anniken Tidemann; Berg Moss, Reidar; Glöckler, Katharina; Sæland, Fredrik; Mausehund, Lasse; Willwacher, Steffen; Kersting, Uwe; Eriksrud, Ola; Krosshaug, Tron
Frontiers in Sports and Active Living 2022 Accepted for publication