Podcast by International Society of Biomechanics
Episode 9: Titin-ing Our Grip on Biomechanics | Walter Herzog28/09/2018 Duración: 54min
In this episode, we dive in to titin's role in muscle contraction, followed by an interview with University of Calgary's Professor Walter Herzog who talks about the role of nutrition in osteoarthritis development, who he looked up to as a student in biomechanics, and more. Followed with research fails!
Episode 8: Blood, Sweat, and Bones - The Foundations of Good Beginnings | Jacque Cole29/08/2018 Duración: 54min
We chat with Professor Jacque Cole on her research on the osteovascular system and its importance to our health. She also talks about what it has been like starting a research lab as a new professor.
Episode 7: Having a Blast - Survivability Research and Learning to Adapt | Reuben Govender31/07/2018 Duración: 56min
In this episode we discuss recent findings in running shoe advantages using statistics and large scale running data. We interview Professor Reuben Govender and Professor Emeritus Gerald Nurick from the University of Cape Town Blast Impact and Survivability Research Unit. Learn the importance of adapting your research to local needs and about current research on blast impacts.
Episode 6: Biomechantronics | Steve Collins29/06/2018 Duración: 53min
An interview with Professor Steve Collins features the latest research in the field of biomechatronics, with a focus on the design of exoskeletons and their integration into the real world and the future of robotics with biological applications.
Episode 5: Meaningful Mentorship | Mary Rodgers29/05/2018 Duración: 48min
In this episode, we speak with Professor Emeritus Mary Rodgers on how to create meaningful mentorships and continue to foster them over time. Also learn about the oldest known prosthesis and tips for conducting an informational interview.
Episode 4: Collaborations in Biomechanics | Jill McNitt-Gray30/04/2018 Duración: 45min
This episode features an interview with Dr. Jill McNitt-Gray on her research on neuromuscular control and dynamics of human movements, including with Olympians. She also discusses the power of collaboration across Universities and disciplines as she begins to tackle a multi-institute biomechanics collaboration.
Episode 3: Biomechanics in Developing Countries | Felipe Carpes13/03/2018 Duración: 40min
On this episode, we speak with Felipe Carpes, professor at Universidade Federal do Pampa in Brazil, on biomechanics in economically developing countries and hear from a student who participated in research in another country. As usually, we include a bit of biomechanics and some research fails.
Episode 1: Biomechanics off the Beaten Path | Brian Davis30/01/2018 Duración: 37min
This is the first episode of BOOM (Biomechanics on our Minds). This episode features an interview with Brian Davis on biomechanics "off the beaten path" and an interview with Paul DeVita, the founder of National Biomechanics Day.