Purpose and Scope:
Biofluid mechanics, including biomicrofluidic systems; Bioheat and biomass transfer; Biomechanics of reproduction and women`s health; Bone biomechanics and mechanobiology; Cardiovascular biomechanics; Cell and tissue engineering; Cell mechanobiology and biomechanics; Gait and kinesiology; Growth and remodeling; Injury biomechanics; Mechanics of biomaterials; Orthopedic biomechanics; Physiological systems; Prothesis and artificial organs; Pulmonary biomechanics; Soft and hard tissue biomechanics.
Thao (Vicky) Nguyen, Johns Hopkins University
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