Welcome to the Orthopedics Engineering Lab
Orthopedic Engineering aims to deliver patient specific treatment by quantifying the patient's condition. Our research quantifies the variation in clinically measurable parameters as the surrogate measurements of the underlying condition to characterize the intra-patient differences in development and progression of the musculoskeletal condition. To do so, we use multi-modal medical imaging, image processing, computer simulation, and mathematical and statistical modeling to identify subtle differences in the current stage and progression pattern of disease and accordingly recommend treatment options and predict possible outcomes.
Our research is partially funded by national and international orthopedic associations such as Scoliosis Research Society, Pediatric Orthopedics of North America.
Scoliosis Research Society- Grant symposium: Presentation by Dr Pasha, 9/8/2017
Scoliosis Research Society
Dr Pasha presents the results of her research on biomechanical analysis of selective thoracic fusion in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
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