Dale Robinson is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Biomechanical Engineering Research Group at the University of Melbourne. Dale obtained his BEng and BSci (Hons) (Nov 2009) at the University of Queensland. After working as an engineer for Boeing Aerostructures Australia, Dale obtained his PhD (Oct 2015) at the University of Melbourne in the field of Biomechanical Engineering. His research focused on the mechanical properties of human cartilage and how these change during osteoarthritis. Dale's current research interests include the study accelerative pelvic and spine injuries, orthopaedic biomechanics of the temporal mandibular joint and finite element analysis based on pQCT.
Robinson, D. L., Jiang, H., Song, Q., Yates, C., Lee, P. V. S., & Wark, J. D. (2018). The application of finite element modelling based on clinical pQCT for classification of fracture status. Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology, 1-16.
Ackland, D. C., Robinson, D. L., Wilkosz, A., Wu, W., Richardson, M., Lee, P., & Tse, K. M. (2018). The influence of rotator cuff tears on muscle and joint‐contact loading after reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Journal of Orthopaedic Research.
Ackland, D., Robinson, D., Lee, P. V. S., & Dimitroulis, G. (2018). Design and clinical outcome of a novel 3D-printed prosthetic joint replacement for the human temporomandibular joint. Clinical Biomechanics, 56, 52-60.
Lavecchia, C. E., Espino, D. M., Moerman, K. M., Tse, K. M., Robinson, D., Lee, P. V. S., & Shepherd, D. E. T. (2018). Lumbar model generator: a tool for the automated generation of a parametric scalable model of the lumbar spine. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 15(138), 20170829.