24/7/14    16:30 - 18:30
Bone and Cartilage Mechanobiology: Experimental and Computational Assessment across the scales I
Minisymposium organized by Peter Pivonka and Justin Fernandez
Room: Sala D2
MS242A
Chair: Peter Pivonka
CoChair: Justin Fernandez
Osteocyte stimulation through pore pressurization induced by physiological macroscopic bone strains: Insights from a microporomechanical model (Keynote Lecture)
Stefan Scheiner, Peter Pivonka and Christian Hellmich

How does the split-line on tibiofemoral cartilage influence stress distribution during gait? A subject-specific multiscale finite element analysis
Vickie B. Shim, Kumar Mithraratne, Thor F. Besier, David G. Lloyd and Justin Fernandez

Evaluation of computational cortical bone remodelling in an equine model
Dharshini Sreenivasan, Corina Chilibeck, Xiaoming Wang, David Thomas, John Clement, Raj Das, Helen Davies, Jill Cornish and Justin Fernandez

Combined finite element and musculoskeletal predictive structural modelling of the femur: Potential mechanobiology applications
Claire C. Villette, Luca Modenese and Andrew T.M Phillips

Biomechanical roles of soft tissues in bone remodeling
Wei Li, Junning Chen, Zhipeng Liao, Rohana Ahmad, Babak Sarrafpourk, Hans Zoellner, Michael Swain and Qing Li

A Computational model for tissue remodeling in cancelous bone
Brianna L. Martin, Nicola L. Fazzalari, Karen J. Reynolds and Murk J. Bottema

Effect of in-utero vitamin D depletion on offspring skeletal health
Tsiloon Li, Tom Jenkins, Stephanie Meakins, Stuart A. Lanham, Philipp J. Thurner and Richard O.C. Oreffo