Postgraduate Research Student Symposium 2023
Published on 14 June 2023
Four students studying PhDs at UDOTS presented their research at this year’s Postgraduate Research Student Symposium on Friday 9th June held at the School of Medicine’s Wolfson Lecture Theatre.
Each podium presentation was either a two-minute or ten-minute talk with a short Q&A and poster break-out sessions at the Ian Low Centre.
- Yuying Zhang, PG Education (Supervisor: Dr Weijie Wang) The application of artificial intelligence in the assessment of balance and gait for patients with Alzheimer's Disease and the implications for diagnosis and rehabilitation.
- Hadeel Alsirhani, PG Education (Supervisors: Dr Weijie Wang, Dr Graham Arnold) The effects of cross-legged sitting on the body balance and the implications in rehabilitation.
- Hannah Soomal, PG Education (Supervisor: Dr Weijie Wang) Development of biomechanical musculoskeletal models and their application in understanding the ageing process for health.
- Andreas Bourantanis, PG Education (Supervisor: Dr Weijie Wang) Biomechanical analysis of the movement of the ancient Greek combat sports’ athletes in classical antiquity.
Left to Right: Yuying Zhang, Hadeel Alsirhani, and Hannah Soomal presenting their research work.
Andreas Bourantanis discusses his research poster.