John EA Bertram, PhD

PhD Anatomy/Biomechanics Prtitzker School of Medicine University of Chicago, USA
M Sc in Zoology/Biomechanics University of British Columbia
B Sc Zoology University of British Columbia

Areas of Research

Dynamics of locomotion
We use optimization models to generate hypotheses about the control of locomotion (humans and animals). We then test those hypotheses against empirical behaviour. When we identify a successful hypothesis, the model is probed post hoc to identify the determining influences that make that solution dynamically optimum.

Supervising degrees

Biomedical Engineering - Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Biomedical Engineering - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Biomedical Engineering - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Medical Science - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Biological Sciences - Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Biological Sciences - Masters: Accepting Inquiries

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