Dr Todd Stewart

Dr Todd Stewart

Responsibilities

  • Research and Teaching in Medical Engineering

Research interests

Personal research interests lie primarily in the following area:
 

  • Joint Replacement

Dr Stewart conducts research into the functional aspects of joint replacement (mechanics, fixation, materials, friction, lubrication and wear).   He has published several papers on the effects of ligament laxity and microseparaiton (rim contact) on the tribological behaviour of different Ceramic on Ceramic bearing combinations for hip prostheses.

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Qualifications

  • Grade 12 Diploma (1st in year) : - Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology
  • BSc Mechanical Engineering : - University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • PhD Biomedical Engineering : - University of Leeds
  • PEng¬†Professional (Chartered) Engineer, APEGGA : -¬†Alberta, Canada

Research groups and institutes

  • Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering
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