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- Thesis title: Function and failure mechanisms of dual mobility bearings for total hip replacement
- Supervisor: Sophie Williams, Prof. Ruth Wilcox, Prof. Graham Isaac, Dr. James Anderson, Prof. Tim Board
I obtained my Bachelors of Engineering (BEng) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southampton in 2018. Shortly afterwards, I began an integrated MSc and PhD within the CDT for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (CDT TERM-iMBE), at the Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (iMBE). To find out more about the research at iMBE, visit imbe.leeds.ac.uk
Visit my CDT profile at https://regenerative-medicine.leeds.ac.uk/profiles/mackenzie-brown/
My PhD is titled ‘Function and failure mechanisms of dual mobility hip replacements,’ which focuses on investigating the predominant failure modes of dual mobility implants through a combination of orthopaedic retrieval analysis and experimental testing. This work also involves the development of novel characterisation and in-vitro testing methodologies which are suitable for the novel geometry and function of these bearings.
Mackenzie Smeeton, Ruth Wilcox, Graham Isaac, James Anderson, Tim Board, Douglas van Citters, Sophie Williams. Retrieval analysis of dual mobility polyethylene liners for total hip replacement. International Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies (ICORS), Edinburgh UK, 2022. Oral poster presentation.
Mackenzie Brown, Ruth Wilcox, Graham Isaac, James Anderson, Tim Board, Douglas van Citters, Sophie Williams. Semi-quantitative Assessment of Retrieved Dual Mobility Liners for Total Hip Replacement. Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS), Florida USA, 2022. Poster presentation.
Mackenzie Brown, Ruth Wilcox, Graham Isaac, James Anderson, Tim Board, Sophie Williams. Development of a geometric characterisation methodology for the assessment of dual mobility liners used in total hip replacement. British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS), Virtual meeting, 2021. Podium presentation.
- BEng Mechanical Engineering (University of Leeds)
Research groups and institutes
- Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering