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Events Diabetic foot complications: Are they ‘solely’ Biomechanical?

Date:
Time: - 7.30pm
Location: Science Centre Lecture Theatre R001/R002, Science Centre, Staffordshire University
Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2DF
Category: Public lecture

Roozbeh Naemi, Professor in Biomechanics, delivers his inaugural professorial lecture.

In this lecture Roozbeh will provide a synopsis of his pioneering research in the area of diabetic foot disease and will highlight key findings on several national and international research projects that he has led over the past 10 years. His lecture provides an overview of Roozbeh’s main achievements including his inventions and his innovative concepts with implications in improving the diagnosis and prognosis of diabetic foot complications.

Roozbeh will further expand on his international collaborations where he has provided supervisory and mentorship support for several early career researchers working in the area of diabetic foot biomechanics. He will also provide an insight into his leadership in developing and delivering the Professional Doctorate in Healthcare Science, a novel research training programme that helps aspiring professionals from various disciplines to develop research informed practice. As an advocate of research informed teaching, Roozbeh will highlight his experiences on translational research that is evidenced by the courses that he leads.

Roozbeh will conclude the lecture by sharing his views on the future of his work and his vision on furthering his research in the areas of biomechanics and mechanobiology.

For more information or to book a place please contact comms@staffs.ac.uk

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