CAMERA welcomes new Research Associate
A warm welcome to Dr Logan Wade who has joined CAMERA as a Research Associate within the Department of Health.
Dr Logan Wade joins us from the University of Queensland and will be working closely with Dr Polly McGuigan and Prof James Bilzon. He will be working with the new markerless motion capture system and the Qualysis motion capture system to examine key variables in clinical prosthetic, knee pain and ankylosing spondylitis populations.
Dr Wade received both his Bachelors and PhD from The University of Queensland in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences. His PhD examined how intrinsic and structural muscle properties influence movement and force production during jumping with added mass, altered countermovement depths and a custom built bi-articular exoskeleton.
“I am very excited to be able to work with such a large cross-discipline group, where I can hopefully grow my skillset in some new and really exciting areas.”
CAMERA is very pleased Dr Wade has joined us, and we look forward to sharing the results of his work.