Dr Enrico Dall’Ara holds a PhD from the Vienna University of Technology and he is currently Associate Professor at the Insigneo institute for in silico medicine, University of Sheffield, UK. He is member of the council of the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB). His team combines experimental, imaging and computational multi-scale approaches to improve preclinical and clinical assessment of musculoskeletal diseases and related interventions. He published 60 papers in peer reviewed international, contributed to more than 100 abstracts in international conferences, and secured more than £1.2M apportioned income from national and international funding agencies.
Mehran Moazen is a Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University College London (UCL). He graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Mazandaran, Iran, in 2005 and completed his PhD in Medical Engineering at the University of Hull, UK, in 2008. His research is focused on the biomechanics of bones and joints and to understand their underlying mechanisms of growth, adaptation and repair. His research has been funded by a number of inter/national funding bodies e.g. RAEng, EPSRC, Rosetree Trust, and HSFP.
Dr Marlène Mengoni is a Lecturer in the School of Mechanical Engineering. She works on natural tissues in-silico modelling. Her research focuses on understanding and modelling tissues behaviour, including occurrence and propagation of damage due to clinical interventions. Her modelling work focusses on verification and validation aspects accounting for natural variance in the tissue. She currently works mainly on developing a extensive analysis of models for the intervertebral disc and its repair but she is also supervising research students on projects dealing with hips (natural tissues and interaction between implant and bone), ankles, and spinal ligaments.
Emilie is a postdoc at the UCL – Institute of Cardiovascular Science. She obtained her PhD from the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve on computational blood flow models for lower limb graft bypasses. Her main research interest include computational models for blood flow, fluid-structure simulations for congenital hearts diseases and medical device design. Her current research project is funded by Action Medical Research focuses on medical device design for cyanotic congenital heart diseases.
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