Our 2020 capstone team (Nigel Kour, Joshua Parker, Kelvin Wang, and Will Hoon) developed a device that enables real-time visualisation of live cartilage under precision mechanical loading. Check out this video to learn more about how the device works.
A/Prof Kathryn Stok is holding a Keynote Talk at this year’s Tomography for Scientific Advancement (ToScA) UK & Europe Online conference. She will be discussing quantitative micro-computed tomography for joint biomechanics and mechanobiology in Session 1 on the 1st of September 2021 at 10.15 am BST. Click here to find out more.
The ICR Group is looking for new PhD candidates to join the team. We have two openings available as part of the Joint PhD Programme between the University of Toronto & the University of Melbourne, in Data & Image Analysis of Arthritis Progression and Time-lapsed Imaging of Arthritis Progression. We are also looking for a … More New PhD positions available
Congratulations to Manula Rathnayake, who is in the final stages of his PhD journey. Manula has been offered a Knowledge & Technology Transfer (K&TT) Internship position within the STEM cluster at the University of Melbourne. This internship offers a good opportunity to gain experience and learn about commercialization of research.
We’re excited to be attending the 26th congress of the European Society of Biomechanics next week. On Tuesday, 13/7/2021 from 9.30am (CEST) we’ll be holding presentations all around imaging for musculoskeletal applications. Manuela Boos is going to kick us off with her presentation about “Contrast-enhanced micro-CT for 3D visualization of GAG content in different cartilage … More Meet us at the ESB congress 2021