PhD Candidate - Biomedical Engineering
Bone Imaging Lab
BSc - Engineering Physics, Mechanical Option
Queen's University, 2013
MSc - Mechanical Engineering
University of Calgary, 2015
Nathan is an engineer with a background in fluid dynamics and numerical modelling. His research uses data from advanced imaging techniques, including HR-pQCT, to investigate the connection between acute knee injuries and the development of post-traumatic degenerative joint disease such as knee osteoarthritis.