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Orthopaedic Biomechanics Research Group
Dr Danè Turner (Dabirrahmani)
A/Prof Richard Appleyard
Dr Joseph Cadman
Ms Sara Farshidfar- PhD candidate
Mr Hugo Wiggins- Master of Research candidate
Ms Mélody Labrune- PhD candidate
Previous Supervision of Post-Docs and Higher Degree Students:
Dr Ehsan Askari, Dr Hamed Shahidian, Ms Joyce El Haddad
Dr Danè Turner’s research interest is focused on the use of imaging technologies to study joint biomechanics. Working closely with clinical partners Dr Turner and her team have developed custom methodologies to create musculoskeletal computer models and techniques to assess surgical outcomes. Her team uses a combination of finite element modelling, musculoskeletal modelling, clinical research methods, gait analysis, fluoroscopic analysis, mechanical testing methods and image analysis techniques to answer questions related to joint arthroplasty and surgical reconstruction and improvements in orthopaedic implant design.
Dr Turner is the current Treasurer of the Australia New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society, ANZORS, (https://www.anzors.org.au/) and Associate Editor of the Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing journal.
Biomedical Engineering, Ph.D., The University of New South Wales
Award Date: 6 Aug 2007
Mechanical Engineering, B.E. (Mech), The University of New South Wales
Award Date: 3 Feb 2003
Biomedical Engineering, M.Biomed.E, The University of New South Wales
Award Date: 3 Feb 2003
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Towards a validated musculoskeletal knee model to estimate tibiofemoral kinematics and ligament strains: comparison of different anterolateral augmentation procedures combined with isolated ACL reconstructionsFarshidfar, S. S., Cadman, J., Neri, T., Parker, D., Appleyard, R. & Dabirrahmani, D., 27 Mar 2023, In: BioMedical Engineering Online. 22, 1, p. 1-19 19 p., 31.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile4 Downloads (Pure)
Bikini anterior hip replacements in obese patients are not associated with an increased risk of complicationNizam, I., Dabirrahmani, D., Alva, A. & Choudary, D., Oct 2022, In: Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. 142, 10, p. 2919-2926 8 p.
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Mechanical and geometric analysis of fenestration design for polymethylmethacrylate-augmented pedicle screw fixationKwak, M., Fahlström, A., Dabirrahmani, D., Appleyard, R., Cadman, J., Selby, M., Kuru, R., Dandie, G. & Kam, A., 1 Oct 2022, In: International Journal of Spine Surgery. 16, 5, p. 802-814 13 p.
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The effect of modelling parameters in the development and validation of knee joint models on ligament mechanics: a systematic reviewFarshidfar, S. S., Cadman, J., Deng, D., Appleyard, R. & Dabirrahmani, D., 27 Jan 2022, In: PLoS ONE. 17, 1, p. 1-33 33 p., e0262684.
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A biomechanical study comparing commonly used anterolateral procedures in combination with anterior cruciate ligament reconstructionNeri, T., Dabirrahmani, D., Grasso, S., Cadman, J., Beach, A., Putnis, S., Oshima, T., Devitt, B., Coolican, M., Fritsch, B., Appleyard, R. & Parker, D., 2021. 1 p.
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Dane Turner (Organiser), Angela Laird (Organiser), Emily Don (Organiser), Magdalena Lam (Organiser), Adam Keith Walker (Organiser), Marco Morsch (Organiser), Benjamin Heng (Organiser), Vanessa Tan (Organiser), Esther Lim (Organiser), Marina Junqueira Santiago (Organiser), Hami Shahheydari (Organiser), Luan Luu (Organiser) & Mark Butlin (Poster judge)27 Oct 2017
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