This presentation will discuss the use of novel computational and experimental tools in biomechanics to address some of the major neuro-musculoskeletal health issues that our world faces now.
The world is getting older. By 2050 the global population of older people will have more than doubled to 2.1 billion. This demographic shift will continue to affect all aspects of society including health and long-term care. The world health organization recently named the next 10 years as a decade of healthy aging.
Dr. Hossein Mokhtarzadeh collaborative research in the last decade aimed to contribute to improving the lives of all the people across the life span in global action on healthy aging through technological innovation. In this webinar, you will learn:
Meet our speaker
Dr. Hossein Mokhtarzadeh
He joined DIH as Customer Success Manager in the Research Business Unit. Hossein studied Mechanical Engineering and Biomechanics at the Sharif University of Technology in Iran where he also worked as a researcher and lecturer for 4 years.
He moved to Melbourne for his PhD project where he was awarded with the “Fresh Science” award, one of the top 12 early career researcher in Australia. After a 2 years post-doctorate at the prestigious Harvard Medical School in Boston he returned to Melbourne in 2017 to work on this great piece of equipment: Motek’s CAREN system.
With Hossein joining Motek and the DIH group we bring in eminent research experience to support our customers and strengthen the community of Motek users also from the company’s perspective.
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