Arun Jolly

Relating stability, laxity and anatomy of the glenohumeral joint

Arun Jolly is a Mechanical Engineer with a postgraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering Design. My fields of interests include finite element modelling, machine learning and biomechanics. I am a PhD student at the School of Mechanical, Medical and Process Engineering with a scholarship provided by the ARC Training Centre for Joint Biomechanics. My research at QUT focuses on relating the stability, laxity and anatomy of the shoulder joint. The outcomes of this research will lead to technologies/procedures which can assist the medical community in their operations.

Thesis

Relating stability, laxity and anatomy of the glenohumeral joint

Principal Supervisor

Saulo Martelli

Associate Supervisors

Peter Pivonka