Graduate Theses

  1. Adams A*. A Comparative Evaluation of Cadaveric and Composite Femur Models for Total Hip Arthroplasty. Thesis. 2015.

  2. Sutterer B*. An Investigation of the Relationship Between Plantar Weight Distribution and the Condition of Osteoarthritic Knees During Quiet Standing. Thesis. 2014. Logan Library

  3. Che AW*.  Mechanical Validation using Finite Element Analysis to Study Proximal Strains of Cadaveric Tibias Implanted with a Unicompartmental Knee Implant. Thesis. 2013.

  4. Gergely RC*. Towards the Optimization of the Preparation Procedures of PMMA Bone Cement. Thesis. 2010. Logan Library
  5. Tokunaga S*. Finite Element Analysis of Intact and Implanted Composite Tibia: Validation of Intact Tibia, Comparison with Photoelastic Studies, and Parametric Studies of Femoral Loading Conditions on Strains of the Proximal Tibia. Thesis. 2010. Logan Library
  6. Small SR*. A Photoelastic Study of the Effects of Resection Depth on Strain in the Proximal Tibia Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. Thesis. 2007. Logan Library

  7. Dierking WK*. A Photoelastic Strain of the Proximal Tibia in Total Knee Arthroplasty; Effects of Polyethylene Insert Thickness and Medio-Lateral Load Distribution. Thesis. 2007. Logan Library

  8. Meyer CI*. Initial Mechanical Stability of Trabecular Metal versus Porous-Coated Titanium Acetabular Components: A Biomechanical Study. Thesis. 2006. Logan Library

  9. Crisman AV*. Monitoring the Insertion of the Femoral Stem Component During Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Replicate Composite Femur and Cadaveric Study. Thesis. 2006. Logan Library

  10. Merk JC*. A Photoelastic Study of Strains in the Proximal Tibia Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. Thesis. 2005. Logan Library

  11. Giardini SK*. The Exploration of Damage Identification Techniques to Determine Placement of Femoral Component During Total Hip Arthroplasty. Thesis. 2005. Logan Library


* Indicates student author