International Society of Biomechanics
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Podium Presentation

  1. WHICH MUSCLES HAVE THE GREATEST POTENTIAL TO ALTER PEAK TIBIOFEMORAL FORCES DURING WALKING?
    Matthew DeMers, Saikat Pal, Scott Delp
  2. MUSCLE AND TENDON MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS
    Andrew J. Maiorana, Daniel J. Green, David G. Lloyd, Fausto A. Panizzolo, Glen Lichtwark, Jonas Rubenson
  3. KNOCKOUT OF BOTH NESPRIN 1 AND DESMIN RESULTS IN ABERRANT NUCLEAR MECHANICS AND FIBROSIS IN MURINE SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Jianlin Zhang, Ju Chen, Mark A Chapman, Richard L Lieber
  4. STRAIN RATE DEPENDENCE OF CELL MEMBRANE RESERVOIR IS KEY TO IMPACT-INDUCED CHONDROCYTE DEATH
    B. Pingguan-Murphy, E.K. Moo, M. Amrein M. Duvall, N.A. Abu Osman, W. Herzog
  5. PREDICTIVE 3D MUSCULOSKELETAL SIMULATION OF A SINGLE STRIDE OF HUMAN RUNNING
    Jack M. Wang, Scott Delp, Tim Dorn, Vladlen Koltun

Poster Presentation

  1. CONNECTING THE WRIST TO THE HAND: HOW DOES THE DESIGN OF THE WRIST INFLUENCE MOMENT ARMS OF WRIST AND HAND MUSCLES?
    Jennifer A. Nichols, Michael S. Bednar, Robert M. Havey, Wendy M. Murray
  2. IN VIVO LIGAMENT AND MENISCAL LOADS FOLLOWING ACL INJURY: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
    Mohammad Atarod, yril Frank
  3. MODELLING THE INFLUENCE OF ENDOTHELIAL CELL HETEROGENEITY ON ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM EVOLUTION: A PATIENT-SPECIFIC SIMULATION USING A NOVEL FLUID-SOLID-GROWTH (FSG) FRAMEWORK
    P. Aparicio,, A. Mandaltsi, J. Boamah, , Y. Ventikos, P.N. Watton
  4. THE EFFECT OF LOADING MAGNITUDE ON CHONDROCYTE CALCIUM SIGNALING IN SITU
    Ryan Madden, Walter Herzog
  5. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ACTIVE AND PASSIVE FAILURE IN WHOLE SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Brandon Hisey , Walter Herzog†