Computational Mechanobiology

Tissues in the musculoskeletal system are exquisitely designed with superb mechanical properties. The tissues are also able to adapt to withstand changing mechanical conditions. The Computational Mechanobiology Group is focused on understanding these two exciting features. Using computer modeling techniques, we seek to understand the mechanical behavior of tissues and their adaptive and regenerative response to mechanical stimuli at the different time and length scales.

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Awards

 

BSRT Best Poster Presentation Award 2018

Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies
Soodmand E, Duda GN, Petersen A, Checa S
Mechanical interactions between cells and extracellular matrix during early stage of bone healing

BSRT Best Poster Presentation Award 2017

Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies
Soodmand E, Duda GN, Checa S, Petersen A
Mechanically driven cellular self-organization and soft tissue patterning in bone healing

BSRT Best Paper Award 2015

Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies
Birkhold AI, Razi H, Duda GN, Weinkamer R, Checa S, Willie BM
The influence of age on adaptive bone formation and bone resorption
Biomaterials, 35(34): 9290-301

ESB Best Student Award 2013

European Society of Biomechanics
Razi, H., Birkhold, A., Duda, G., Willie, B., Checa S.
Cortical bone in adult mice exhibits lower strain levels at remodeling sites compared to young mice.

Young Investigator Award 2012

American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Birkhold, A., Razi, H., Weinkamer, R., Duda, G.N., Checa S, Willie, B.M.
Mechanoregulation of Cortical and Trabecular Bone Adaptation Measured by Examining Dynamic Bone Morphometry and the Mechanical Environment.

International Travel Award 2006

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Checa S, New AMR, Taylor M.
Effects of ligament pretension on the biomechanics of the knee: a finite element analysis.