BME 283/483 - BioSolid Mechanics
Fall Semester, 4 Cr.
Course Description: Application of engineering mechanics to biological tissues including bone, soft tissue, cell membranes, and muscle. Realistic modeling of biological structures, including the heart, cells, and musculoskeletal joints. Experimental methods and material models.
- Reducing uncertainty when using knee-specific finite element models by assessing the effect of input parameters.J Orthop Res, . (2017 Jan 06).
- Computer Modeling Analysis of the Talar Dome as a Graft for the Humeral Head.Arthroscopy. 32, 1671-5. (2016 Aug 01).
- MRI-based analysis of patellofemoral cartilage contact, thickness, and alignment in extension, and during moderate and deep flexion.Knee. 22, 405-10. (2015 Oct 01).