Dr Ali Vahdati, Director, Multi-disciplinary Mechanics and Modeling Laboratory at East Carolina University will give a seminar on ‘Applications of biomechanics and modeling in personalized medicine’ on Friday 18 March 2022 at 3 pm GMT.
The human body's organs, tissues, and cells experience complex mechanical loading in their physiological environment. Consequently, mechanical forces play an essential role in the pathogenesis of many connective tissue diseases and the outcome of various surgeries. This talk will cover how computational modeling and experimental techniques can be utilized to better understand the interaction of both native tissue and medical devices with the mechanical environment of the human body. Furthermore, examples will be presented from my past and present research projects on computer modeling and mechanical testing of connective tissues and organs including bone, cornea, skin, and the lung.
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