NIH R21 AR069773-A1 4/1/2017 – 3/31/2019In Vivo Arthrokinematics of Total Ankle Replacement and Ankle ArthrodesisPI = Andrew Anderson, co-I: Alexej Barg, Charles SaltzmanGoals: The objective of this project is to quantify and compare in-vivo articulation of the primary ankle and adjacent joints during activities of daily living using dual-fluoroscopy. Motion will be displayed relative to the underlying anatomy to provide arthrokinematics of three groups: controls, post-TAR, and post-ankle arthrodesis.
NIH R01-AR067196 5/1/2016 – 4/30/2021Biomechanics of reverse total shoulder arthroplastyPI = Heath Henninger, Co-I: Andrew AndersonGoals: Quantify the transient changes in scapulohumeral kinematics in reverse total shoulder patients during short term (<1 yr) recovery. Test the relationships between shoulder kinematics and implant hardware configuration in the laboratory using a dynamic shoulder simulator. Validate a predictive model of patient range of motion using both patient-specific and laboratory data.
PAC12 Research Grant 5/1/2018 – 4/30/2021
Stryker/Orthopaedic Research Society Fellowship 4/1/2019 – 3/31/2019
LS-Peery Foundation 3/1/2018 – 2/28/2019
NIH 2R01EB016701-05 4/1/2019 – 3/31/2023
PI = Andrew Anderson, co-I = Jeff Weiss, Ross Whitaker, Shireen Elhabian, Chris Peters
Computational and Statistical Framework to Model Tissue Shape and Mechanics
Goals: Develop a framework to improve the efficiency in which computer models of tissue biomechanics and shape are developed and analyzed.
NIH R01 AR074416-01 9/1/2018 – 8/31/2023
PI = Andrew Anderson, co-I = Jeff Weiss, Neal Bangerter, Steve Aoki, Travis Maak, Chris Hanrahan, Chris Peters
Integrating Patient-Specific Computer Models with Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Identify the Pathophysiology of Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome and Effects of Arthroscopic Surgery
Goals: Determine how surgery changes 3D hip shape, chondrolabral mechanics, and cartilage health.