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Marzieh H. Memar

Marzieh H. Memar
Marzieh H. Memar
University of Maine
University of Maine


Marzieh H. Memar is a Research Assistant in the Advanced Biomechanics Laboratory for Injury Reduction and Rehabilitation at the University of Maine. She earned a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine. She also earned M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engineering. Her research focuses on analysis of human falls, assessment of head injury potential that may arise from falling, development of head/hip protective devices, balance and fall risk assessment, gait analysis, and pre and post-operative quantitative movement assessments and physical function evaluation which are powerful tools to improve surgical planning and physical therapy approaches and to evaluate treatment efficiencies.


Research Interest

Injury biomechanics, Human body motion analysis, Fall prediction, prevention and protection technologies, Physical function evaluation, Head protection designs, Traumatic brain injury, Assistive devices, Rehabilitation Engineering, Medical applications of robotic systems



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