Lauren Wearne commenced her PhD within the Medical Device Research Institute in 2020 under the supervision of A/Prof Egon Perilli and Prof Mark Taylor. Her research explores lower-limb biomechanics and induced damage, specifically exploring the quantification of interference fit of tibial trays during press-fit implantation through micro-computer tomography and digital volume correlation.
BEng (Biomedical) with First Class Honours, Flinders University, 2019
BSc (Physics), Flinders University 2019
Licence to Opertate an Ionising Radiation Apparatus, EPA, 2020
University Medal, 2019
Chancellor's Letter of Commendation 2019, 2017, 2015
Claire Corani Memorial Physics Prize 2017
New Colombo Plan Scholarship 2017
Shortlist Recipient for Engineers Without Boarders Challenge 2016
Flinders University Sporting Scholarship 2016, 2015
ToScA 2020 Lightening Talk: https://blogs.flinders.edu.au/mdri-news/2020/09/04/phd-candidate-presents-at-tosca-2020/
ARC CMIT 2020 Symposium: https://www.cmit.arc.edu.au/post/arc-cmit-annual-2020-symposium
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