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Jason Moore

  • Ph.D.
  • Lecturer
  • University of California Davis
  • 6PublicationsNumber of items in Jason's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 23Followers

Recent publications

  • Modeling the Manually Controlled Bicycle

    • Hess R
    • Moore J
    • Hubbard M
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  • Unique Cell Shearing Device for Studying Endothelial Mechanobiology Glycation Endproducts

    • DeVerse J
    • Moore J
    • Passerini A

Professional experience


University of California, Davis

August 2012 - Present

Graduate Student

University of California, Davis

September 2005 - August 2012(7 years)


Doctor of Philosophy

University of California, Davis

June 2007 - August 2012(5 years)

M. S. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

University of California, Davis

September 2005 - June 2007(2 years)

Bachelors of Science

Old Dominion University

August 2000 - December 2004(4 years)

Research interests

biomechanicsbicycle dynamicsmanual controlcontroldynamics


I hail from Virginia where the moonshine flowed like water and our summers were spent running through the tobacco fields. I skateboarded my way through high school and moved to the big city of Norfolk to learn some bits about machines and equations. After racing small formula cars and sitting in tunnel traffic all too many hours, the bicycle entered my life. What an amazing, even perfect machine. After the military shrouded city started to get old, I dropped the car and made my way to the bicycle capital of the United States out in sunny California. Little gold was to be found, but lots of like minded intelligent folks were in abundance. The Bike Church of Davis was my first calling, after running from my Southern Baptist upbringing. I got ordained as a Reverend and somehow in my spare time obtained a Master's and Ph.D. about riding on bicycles. It sounds silly at first, but wow is the bicycle an engineering device rich in possibilities for learning. That's what I've done, learn.