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Functional and Applied Biomechanics

Virtual Functional Anatomy

The Virtual Functional Anatomy project is designed to fill the important knowledge gap that exists regarding the relationship between impaired joint function and the movement limitations associated with performing activities of daily living. Our current focus is to develop and ultimately validate a combined set of tools that will enable the accurate and precise measurement, analysis and visualization of three-dimensional (3D) static and dynamic musculoskeletal anatomy using MRI imagery.

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