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- Adjunct Professor Kunle Oloyede
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- Biomedical Engineering
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PhD (Imperial College, London), MSc (Cranfield Institute of Technology), Graduate Certificate in Education - Higher Education (Queensland University of Technology), BSc(MechEng)(Hons) (University of Lagos), DIC (Imperial College, London)
Articular cartilage biomechanics, Orthopaedics, Osteoarthritis, Replacement materials, Soft tissue biomechanics
Area of Focus: Orthopaedics and Trauma
Professor Oloyede is a world renown expert in the biomechanics of articular cartilage, where he has contributed significantly to innovations advancing understanding in the area of research; e.g. he,
- developed the consolidation mechanics-based approach to cartilage testing and the first tissue consolidometer that is used in research groups around the world to study cartilage fluid and load-carriage mechanisms non-invasively.
- has published over 100 papers, some of which have attracted citation in important references like GRAY’s anatomy and the Bibliography of current opinions in orthopaedics.
- has been co-inventor of 6 intellectual properties, some of which are currently used in industry.
- has attracted over $7M in research grants with $4M from ARC, NHMRC and biomedical and orthopaedic industries in the last 10 years.
- is the developer of the new overlay element for finite element analysis of mixed biochemical and biomechanical responses of loaded articular cartilage.
Areas of expertise
- articular cartilage biomechanics
- soft tissue biomechanics
- materials and biomaterials (permanent scaffold)
- experimental, mathematical and finite element modelling of biomechanical systems.
- 2007 – present: Professor – QUT, School of Engineering Systems
- 2003 – 2007: Associate Professor – QUT, School of Engineering Systems
- 1997 – 2003: Senior Lecturer – QUT, School of Engineering Systems
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