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HiRise: Enabling 3D Biomechanical Research For The Entire Lower Extremity

HiRise: Enabling 3D Biomechanical Research for the Entire Lower Extremity

Date: March 31

Time: 11:30 p.m. EST

Location: Online, Virtual

Cesar in HiRise

Dr. Cesar de Cesar Netto, MD, PhD, Co-Director of OFIRL, poses inside the CurveBeam HiRise.

CurveBeam Hosts Conversation with Iowa Researchers on New Lab Built Around Weight Bearing CT Imaging

The University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, is a premier academic research institution. The Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation includes a a state-of-the-art Biomechanics Laboratory, while the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science runs an advanced Orthopedic Gait Analysis Lab. The institution recently opened the Orthopedic Functional Imaging Research Laboratory (OFIRL), which is centered around weight bearing CT imaging. OFIRL is the first research lab in the world to utilize a CurveBeam HiRise weight bearing CT imaging system. The HiRise  provides weight bearing 3D datasets of the entire lower extremity including hip & pelvis.

Join us live on March 31 at 11:30 a.m. ET, for a deep dive into how researchers across disciplines are harnessing the HiRise to advance their investigations.

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The live event will be moderated by Jenna Roller, CurveBeam Applications Specialist. Featured panelists are:

  • Cesar de Cesar Netto, MD, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Carver College of Medicine
  • Kevin Dibbern, MS, PhD
    Co-Director, Orthopedic Functional Imaging Research Laboratory
  • Michael Willey, MD
    Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Carver College of Medicine
  • Don Anderson, PhD
    Vice Chair of Research, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Carver College of Medicine
  • Ruth Chimenti, DPT, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, Carver College of Medicine
  • Joseph Buckwalter, MD, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Carver College of Medicine

The event will feature front-line insights from these professionals on the impact of weight bearing CT imaging technology on their fields of research and clinical practices.

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