Biodynamic Research Corporation Enhances Research Development Program, Promotes Dr. Richard Watson to Oversee

Consulting firm enhances research and publication, championing objectivity in the field of biomechanics and accident reconstruction. 


SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (April 22, 2021) – Biodynamic Research Corporation (BRC), a San Antonio-based biomechanical and accident reconstruction consulting firm, announces the promotion of Dr. Richard Watson to the position of Research Director. The expansion of the research program seeks to drive the industry toward more rigorous and data-driven explanations of dynamic events.  

Dr. Watson has served BRC as a Technical Director since 2003, specializing in the fields of accident reconstruction and biomechanics with expertise in crash testing, computer simulation, and modeling. In his new role, Dr. Watson will lead researchers in various areas to better understand injuries involving kinetic events. The research will contribute to the scientific knowledge in the field of crash safety.  

“Research is essential to science” said Dr. Richard Watson who has both a doctorate and master’s degree in biomedical engineering, as well as a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering – all from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Additionally, he is an accredited traffic accident reconstructionist by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR). Prior to joining BRC, Dr. Watson served as a CH-47D helicopter flight engineer in the US Army and a mechanic on heavy civil aircraft. 

“Dr. Watson has served as an invaluable member of BRC’s team for the last 18 years,” said Cynthia Klint, CEO of BRC. “We are honored to have him lead our research efforts, and ensure BRC remains on the cutting edge of biomechanical and accident reconstruction research.”    

Biodynamic Research Corporation is located at 12810 West Golden Lane in San Antonio, Texas. For more information, visit

About Biodynamic Research Corporation (BRC) 

Biodynamic Research Corporation (BRC) specializes in accident reconstruction and biomechanical analysis. Over the years, BRC experts — many of whom are physicians with engineering degrees — have examined events ranging from slip and falls, low-speed passenger vehicle collisions to high-profile aircraft crashes. 


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