Mr. Tomas Gonzales is a Research Associate in the Muscle Morphology, Mechanics and Performance Laboratory at the DC VAMC Clinical Research Center. In addition, he previously served as a Co-Investigator on the ARMS Study II and provided broad support for other 3MAP Lab initiatives and VA rehabilitation research fellowship projects. In addition, he he developed custom software solutions to aid workload assignment, participant feedback, and torque-velocity curve analysis for rotational inertia modes of eccentric training. He is currently involved with research efforts that include the development of computational methods for cross-comparison of muscle composition measurements across multiple ultrasound systems. Mr. Gonzales has academic training in Kinesiology, earning his Bachelor of Science degree from California State University in San Marcos, and his Master’s degree from San Diego State University. He has previous research experience as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Motor Control Laboratory at the University of Michigan, and the Sensory Motor and Rehabilitation Technology Laboratory at San Diego State University.