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Leader

I have over 20 years of experience both in academia and private industries in Australia, Canada and Europe. I am leading several large scale research projects and collaborate with over 100 professionals in more than 40 organizations worldwide.

PROTAMINE project

Created in 1999, the project of research PROTAMINE (PROsthetics TeleAmbulatory Monitoring In a Natural Environment) focuses on the biomechanical aspects of the locomotion of individuals with lower limb loss, with a particular emphasis on the load applied on the residuum during rehabilitation and activities of daily living.

This website and a newsletter are the main internal and external communication tools of this project.

This website is primarily a depository of the lists of studies, team members, collaborations, grants, publications and impacts.

Nonetheless, it also includes information associated with the on-going developments through news, links and synopsis.

It is designed for a range of readers including the participants of the project, professionals involved into the locomotion of individuals with lower limb amputation fitted with a socket or osseointegrated fixation, and individuals with a keen interest in all aspects of biomechanics.

Key figures

Key Performance Indicators
Approximate number of publications 66
Number of articles 23
Number of refereed abstracts 31
Number of grants 20
Total amount awarded $1,021,715
Number of on-going collaborations with industry partners 9
Number of on-going collaborations with universities 13
Number of on-going collaborations with care providers 7
Number of active participants 34
Number of past and on-going students 13

PARASHOT project

Created in 1999, the project of research PARASHOT project focuses on the biomechanical aspects of the performance of athletes with a disability, with a particular emphasis on the so-called stationary throwers.

This website and the newsletter are the main internal and external communication tools of this project.

This website is primarily a depository of the lists of studies, team members, collaborations, grants, publications and impacts.

Nonetheless, it also includes information associated with the on-going developments through news, newsletters, links and synopsis.

It is designed for a range of readers including the participants of the project, professionals involved into the developments of stationary throwing events (i.e., athletes, coaches, officials, referees, scientists), and individuals with a keen interest in all aspects of biomechanics.

Key figures

Key Performance Indicators
Approximate number of publications  18
Number of books and book chapters 4
Number of articles and abstracts 14
Number of grants 6
Total amount awarded $49,000 AUD
Number of on-going collaborations with industry partners 2
Number of on-going collaborations with universities 2
Number of on-going collaborations with sport institutions 6
Number of active participants 14
Number of past and on-going students 11