Amândio Dias is 35 years old and is, since 2014, a PhD student in human kinetics, with a focus on motor behavior. He as a degree in physical education and sports, that he concluded in 2005 and also a masters in physical therapy sciences, finished in 2008.
Since 2013 that he’s been collaborating with the motor behavior laboratory, in several projects that include biomechanical and EMG analysis. He is the author and co-author of scientific papers published and also has presented is work in international congresses. Currently his work has bridged to medical areas, particularly medical dentistry, where he is trying to established if the use of occlusal splints in nonsymptomatic subjects has any effects and or changes in neuromuscular function.