Liam Burrows completed his MASc in Biomedical Engineering in 2023, investigating injury limits to the upper limb from behind shield blunt trauma and how they are affected by user size.
Fatemeh Jazinizadeh completed her PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2020, and a PDF in the lab in 2023. Her work focused on designing new ways to predict hip fracture risk from DXA scans.
Annie King completed her MASc in Biomedical Engineering in 2023, designing and testing a 3D printed honeycomb structure for bicycle helmets.
Ariana Fraschetti completed her MASc in Biomedical Engineering in 2021, with her work focused on the effect of environmental contaminants on skeletal health of mink.
Noah Steinmann completed his MASc in Mechanical Engineering in 2020, with his work focusing on developing instrumentation for an Anthropomorphic Test Device (ATD) upper limb for quantifying injury risk from behind shield blunt trauma.
Marisa Kohut received her MASc in Biomedical Engineering in 2019. Her project focused on comparing the effectiveness of two fixation methods used to treat ankle fractures.
Cooper Gluek completed his MASc degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2018. The focus of his research was on development of new osteoporotic synthetic composite femurs for orthopaedic research.
Alberto Martinez received his MASc degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2016. Alberto's research focused on the effect of impact duration on tibial fracture criteria for automotive and military applications.
Avery Chakravarty completed her MASc degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2016. The focus of her research was to develop a novel injury criterion for the tibia under impact that incorporated both bending and axial compression.