Professor Stephen Ferguson, a BioTrib Lead Scientist based at ETH Zurich, discusses with Professor Richard Hall recent and ongoing advances in developing realistic movement and loading patterns for cutting-edge preclinical orthopaedic implant testing.
In Episode 7 of BioTrib Conversations – Charlotte Skjöldebrand, a Biomedical Engineering PhD Student at Uppsala University, gives insight to her life as a PhD Student and discusses the numerous challenges encountered whilst studying along with reminiscing about her many trips and research placements abroad!
Dr Jude Meakin from the University of Exeter (UK) discusses her work towards developing image driven subject specific spine models along with developments towards tailored individual patient orthopaedic interventions, digital diagnostics and implants.
In Episode 5 of BioTrib Conversations, Prof Nazanin Emami (BioTrib Lead Scientist, Luleå University of Technology) discusses with Prof Richard Hall (BioTrib Co-ordinator, University of Leeds) her career path to becoming a leading researcher in biotribology and the importance of a clinical understanding within medical device development.
In Episode 4 of Biotrib Conversations Professor Rod Barrett and Dr. Claudio Pizzolato from Griffith University (Australia) discuss the importance of mechanobiology and cutting edge digital twin models for neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation along with recent advances made within the innovative BioSpine programme.
Professor Anthony Redmond discusses his experience working in LifeLongJoints and the developments made towards preclinical testing for medical devices following recent lessons learned about insufficient testing leading to severe in vivo failure of hip replacements.
BioTrib Co-ordinator Professor Richard Hall interviews Frank Marx the Deputy Head of Unit at the European Research Executive Agency on the challenges of organising and co-ordinating large collaborative European Training Networks for advanced research training.
Prof Richard Hall (BioTrib Co-ordinator University of Leeds) and Dr Rob Hewson (BioTrib Lead Scientist, Imperial College London) discuss applications of advanced computational methods in biotribology, modelling synovial joints and the behavior of synovial fluid, and the roles of experimental engineers working with experts in fluid dynamics modelling.