Technology Serving Humanity

The Clarkson University Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory

Biomechanics is a sceince and engineering discipline that studies the forces that interact with biological systems.

From the human movement to the microarchitecture of bone, the Biomechanics Laboratory at Clarkson University studies problems of all scales. Mathematical modeling and experimental work are combined to study the orthopedic structure and function of the human body.

Lab News

August 2015
Three posters presented at ASB in Columbus, Ohio.

July 2015
Liz, Nicole Z, and Katie present at SURE.

June 2015
Two talks and a poster accepted for SB3C Conference in Utah.

May 2015
Nicole Z. joined the Lab and Morgan graduated.

March 2015
Dr. K, Mark, and Dr. Clark attended ORS/AAOS

Fall 2014
Mark, Morgan, Skylar, Jacob, and Liz joined the Lab.