OpenSim Research Associate
Clark Center, S-322
I am interested in the development and application of computational modeling to aid experimental research. Particularly, subject-specific simulation in the identification and treatment of movement pathology.
Ph.D. candidate in Biomechanics and Motor Control, University of Western Australia.
B.S. in Biomechanics and Motor Control, University of Western Australia, 2007.
Honors and Awards
International Society of Biomechanics Research Travel Grant, 2010
UWA Research Collaboration Award, 2010
UWA Convocation Research Training Award, 2010
Dunne, J.J., Besier, T. F., Seth, A., Lloyd, D.G., Lay, B., Delp, S.L. Marker registration improves inverse kinematic estimates of joint motion and moments. In press.
McConnell, J., Donnelly, C.J., Hamner, S., Dunne, J.J., Besier, T.F. Passive and dynamic shoulder rotation range in uninjured and previously injured overhead athletes and the effect of shoulder taping. Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, vol 4, pp 111-116.
McConnell, J., Donnelly, C.J., Hamner, S., Dunne, J.J., Besier, T.F. The effect of shoulder taping on maximum shoulder external and internal rotation in uninjured and previously injured overhead athletes during a seated throw. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol 29, pp 1406-1411.