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Current Members

Michael Rainbow, PhD
Principal Investigator

Understanding the relationships between form, function, and dysfunction in multi-articular joint structures of the appendicular skeleton using a comparative approach involving collaboration with researchers in evolutionary biology, orthopaedics, rehabilitation, computer science, exercise science, and motor control.

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Lauren Welte, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow

Foot bone motion and soft tissue behaviour in walking and running.

Mitchell Wheatley
PhD Candidate

Fundamental patella motion and musculoskeletal modeling of the patellofemoral joint.

Erin Lee
PhD Student

The relationship between morphology and function in the shoulder.