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Director, Orthopaedic Biomechanics LaboratoryCo-Director, Orthopaedic Biomechanics LaboratoryAssociate Professor of Orthopedics and RehabilitationAssociate Professor of
Primary Office: 2181-H WLIowa City, IA 52242
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BSE, Biomedical Engineering, The University of IowaMS, Mechanical Engineering (Biomechanics emphasis), The University of IowaPhD, Mechanical Engineering (Biomechanics emphasis) , The University of Iowa
Our research aims to clarify the role of mechanical factors in disorders of an articular joint, particularly following orthopaedic trauma.
Mechanical factors are involved in many articular joint (hip, knee, ankle, wrist) pathologies, particularly those following orthopaedic trauma. One prime example is the development of arthritis following an articular fracture or ligamentous injury. Our research aims to clarify the role of mechanical factors in these disorders, pairing computational analysis with mechanical testing. The knowledge obtained from this line of research is then used to improve diagnosis of the original injuries, as well as to improve treatment of the articular joint injuries.
Iowa Institute for Biomedical ImagingSpecialized Center for Research in Osteoarthritis
Correlation between 3D joint space width on standing CT and WORMS cartilage morphology..
Osteoarthritis Cartilage 23:A211-A212, Seattle, WA.
2015 May 1.
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