Katherine Holzbaur of Wake Forest University Medical School simulates the biomechanics of the upper limb.
University of Florida’s B.J. Fregly hopes to use OpenSim to simulate the knee.
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Using software designed for stress testing in engineering, researchers have modeled an American sabercat's skull in the highest resolution vertebrate animal model to date.