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Science, surgery, sports and rehabilitation in 2014

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Musculoskeletal research at Imperial covers the entire spectrum of human life from developmental biomechanics through to the design and assessment of implants for end stage osteoarthritis.

This event from the Imperial Musculoskeletal Technology Network will present a cross section of this research and bring together orthopaedic surgeons, engineers, physiotherapists and scientists to discuss the current state of the art and future directions of this exciting interdisciplinary research area.

In the chair:  Prof Molly Stevens FREng

Event is open to all, but registration in advance is required.



14.30 (RSM 3.01)

Registration, coffee & posters

14.50 (RSM 2.28)

  • Graham Williams: High throughput phenotyping of bone and joints in mice
  • Niamh Nowlan: Developmental biomechanics of the prenatal hip joint
  • Chinmay Gupte: The young patient is a challenge to the surgeon
  • Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena: Orthopaedic Technology: past present and future

16.10 (RSM 3.01)

Tea, coffee & posters

16.30 (RSM 2.28)

Keynote speaker: Dr Nicola Phillips, Cardiff University
The demands of elite athletes and how engineering can help

17.30 (RSM 3.01)

A wine and cheese reception will follow the event


April 30, 2014
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm


RSM 2.28, Imperial
South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2AZ United Kingdom
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