In celebration of its 75th anniversary, the
Bringing together injury research experts and thought leaders, the symposium will feature nationally and internationally renowned speakers addressing topics such as:
* Recent Developments in Active and Passive Safety and Collision Avoidance
* Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention Technology (Including military vehicles)
* Motor Vehicle Injury Biomechanics
* Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury
* Biomechanics and Prevention of Blast Trauma in the Military
* Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering
* Sports Injuries/Concussion
More recently, mechanisms of whiplash injury, concussion, aortic rupture and primary blast-induced brain injury have been characterized. Detailed finite element models of the human body from head to foot have been developed by WSU, including a state-of-the-art human brain model.
Perhaps most prominent among WSU's accomplishments is pioneering research in the development of life-saving, injury-preventing devices in automobiles, such as the high penetration windshield and the collapsible steering column.
For more information and to register, click here (http://specialevents.wayne.edu/75th-anniversary-symposium-bme/?utm_source=link&utm_medium=email-5307a0571d774&utm_campaign=BME+Symposium+&utm_content=).
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