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Intro into the Mayo Clinic’s Biomechanics Core Research Support Services
The Biomechanics Core team provides a full range of testing services for research, development and clinical applications. The session will give an overview of the following capabilities:

• Mechanical testing. Mechanical behavior testing of biological and nonbiological test articles is conducted by staff engineers using commercially available and custom-made systems at scales ranging from the nanometer level to whole-body cadaver tests.
• Kinematic and kinetic data collection and analysis. Kinematic and kinetic data can be collected and analyzed to evaluate systemic biomechanical function augmented by medical devices, surgical interventions, of injury.
• Engineering design and analysis. A full range of engineering design and analysis services are available, including protocol development, programming and data analysis that facilitates investigator experiments. This service uses sophisticated software capable of mathematical and statistical analysis, numerical simulation, computer-aided design, and medical image processing.

Note: **This event requires advance registration and is exclusively for Exchange Members and Mayo Clinic employees, residents, and students.**

Apr 20, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Alex Hooke
Senior Engineer - Biomechanics Research Laboratory @Mayo Clinic
Alex is a senior engineer in the Biomechanics Core Facility at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, which specializes in biomechanical research and mechanical and material testing. He has more than 14 years of experience in biomechanical testing, testing equipment design, experimental design, and data analysis. Over his time at Mayo Clinic, he has worked with collaborators from a wide range of fields including orthopedics, cardiology, dentistry, gastroenterology, and many more. He is the laboratory project lead in the coordination and implementation of cadaveric based kinematic and kinetic studies and has enjoyed developing applications for the core’s recently acquired robotic and optical metrology systems.