Congratulations to Najoua ASSILA who has been awarded a Campus France excellence grant!
This grant is a support for her international mobility in the framework of her thesis carried out between Lyon and Montreal, within the LIA EVASYM
The paper "No Difference Of Gait Parameters In Patients With Image-Free Robotic-Assisted Medial Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty Compared To A Conventional Technique : A Randomized Controlled Trial" which will be presented at the EFORT congress by Cecile BATAILLER, wins the EFORT Free Paper Award Orthopaedics - BRONZE. Congratulations to all co-authors!
Best oral presentation
Raphaël Dumas (Research director in LBMC) received the SB Award « Christian Oddou » 2020 (French speaking community). This award is given to senior researchers who have contributed significantly to biomechanics throughout their careers.
Philippe Beillas (Research Director in LBMC) received the John Paul Stapp Best paper Award during the Stapp Car Crash Conference in Charleston, South Carolina (USA) 13-15 November 2017, for:
Anicet Le Ruyet, Fabien Berthet, Frédéric Rongiéras, Philippe Beillas, Effect of Abdominal Loading Location on Liver Motion: Experimental Assessment Using Ultrafast Ultrasound Imaging and Simulation with a Human Body Model. 2016. Stapp Car Crash J. 60:25–61.
Anicet Le Ruyet (PhD Student in LBMC) received the John W.Melvin Student Paper Awards during the Stapp Car Crash Conference in Washington D.C. (USA) 7-9 November 2016, for: Le Ruyet A, Berthet F, Rongiéras F, Beillas P. Effect of abdominal loading location on liver motion: experimental assessment using ultrafast ultrasound imaging and simulation with a human body model. 2016. Stapp Car Crash J. 60:25–61.
The project presented by Thomas Robert (Researcher in LBMC) entitled « Dynamic balance control during walking on a subject-driven dual belt treadmill » was founded in the framework of the PRESTIGE program.
This project was included in a mobility during one year (2016-2017) at Montréal (Québec, Canada). It was perfomed at the Laboratoire de recherche en Imagerie et d’Orthopédie (ETS), in collaboration with the laboratoire de Pathokinésiologie (UDeM).
Laurence Chèze (Professor in LBMC) received the SB Award « Christian Oddou » 2015 (French speaking community). This award is given to senior researchers who have contributed significantly to biomechanics throughout their careers.
Florent Moissenet received the Société de Biomécanique Award 2015, for his work entitled "Validity of a musculoskeletal model using two different geometries for estimating hip contact forces during normal walking."