Dr. Toyin Ajisafe

Dr. Toyin Ajisafe

Assistant Professor

Department of Kinesiology

Island Hall 372

(361) 825-3834

toyin.ajisafe@tamucc.edu

Dr. Ajisafe has a Ph.D. in Kinesiology and Health, with a Biomechanics Specialization, from Georgia State University in Atlanta. He is a fellow of the Southern Regional Education Board. He is interested in exploring novel training methods that facilitate movement in children with overweight and obesity. Dr. Ajisafe enjoys spending time with his wife and their two boys. He is an avid soccer fan and player.

  • Assistant Professor
  • KINE 2325 - Physiological Aspects of Kinesiology
  • KINE 4325 - Kinetic Anatomy
  • KINE 4327 - Biomechanics
  • KINE 5327 - Sport Biomechanics

Course syllabus lookup

  • PhD - Kinesiology and Health (Biomechanics Specialization), Georgia State University
  • MS - Movement Science, Barry University
  • BS - (Exercise Science), University of North Dakota
  • BS - (Physical Therapy), University of North Dakota

Ajisafe, T. (2014). Locomotor differences between floor-to-stair transition steps. (Doctoral dissertation.) Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

  • American Society of Biomechanics
  • American College of Sport Medicine
  • Exploring novel training methods to address barriers to movement, improve locomotor skills, and promote physical activity and health in pediatric populations with overweight and obesity.