Our Transdiscilinary Team
CAMRIS is dedicated to the advancement of Appendicular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) through improved methods and tools that allow physicians and researchers to reliably assess and study patients and our understanding of diseases such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
The Transdisciplinary Team
CAMRIS also partners with a Trandisciplinary Team from a diverse background to execute novel projects answering questions beyond our areas of expertise. We believe that the interdisciplinary nature of our research drives forward research goals while providing sound evidence-based motivation for future studies.
- Bone quality in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury
- Comparison of Cortical Bone Measurements Between pQCT and HR-pQCT
- Measuring Apparent Trabecular Structure with the Stratec pQCT: a Comparison with hr-pQCT
Current ProjectsMeasuring muscle structure and function using MRI-based outcomes in postmenopausal women with and without osteoporosis. Interested in understanding the relationship between bone, muscle, and adipose tissue as it relates to physical function.
PhD supervisory committee:Dr. N. MacIntyre (supervisor)
Prof. P. Stratford
Dr. M. Noseworthy
Dr. D. Holdsworth (JuMP co-mentor, University of Western Ontario)