Join the team!

I am actively seeking potential graduate students interested in pursuing research related to biomechanics and biomechanical engineering. If you are interested, please contact me.

Possible research topics include (but are not limited to):

- biomechanical experimental analysis of human joints
    - knees
    - hips
- biomedical implant design
    - analysis
    - optimization
- developing computer models of human joints and implant systems
    - musculoskeletal biomechanics models
    - multibody dynamic
    - finite element models


Graduate students in my lab will benefit from:

- access to state-of-the-art experimental facilities for joint biomechanical analysis (using my AMTI VIVO),
- development of expertise in the area of computational biomechanics and experimental biomechanical analysis
- working with, or even co-supervised by, world-renowned clinician-scientists at LHSC, SJHC and Fowler-Kennedy
- training and career development opportunities offered through the Bone and Joint Institute
- an advanced degree in either Mechanical and Materials Engineering or Biomedical Engineering
- a salary! (yes, graduate students get paid)