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Mohammadhossein Ebrahimi
Ph.D. Student


Junior Researcher


Tissue- and joint-level modeling of knee joint cartilage

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Personal information

  • Phone: +358 50 5961752
  • Room: Me/336
  • Email: mohammadhossein.ebrahimi[at]uef.fi (please fix the address before mailing!)

  • Date of birth: 2 October 1991

  • Current research interests:
    • Characterization of knee joint cartilage via finite-element modeling
    • Constitutive material models of knee joint cartilage
    • Optimization
    • Biomechanics of knee and knee osteoarthritis
    • Implementation of imaging data into computational knee models

  • Education:
    • Master of Science, Medical Physics, University of Eastern Finland, April 2018, (see PDF)
    • Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, February 2015.

  • Language proficiency:
    • Persian, native language
    • English, fluent
    • Finnish, basics

  • Skills:
    • Constitutive material models, finite-element modeling, biomechanical testing
    • Light microscopy, infrared microspectroscopy, image analysis, optimization, data-analysis & statistics
    • Programming & software: Abaqus, Matlab

  • Hobbies: Football, Music, bicycling

Publications:

(full papers, conference proceedings)
  1. Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi M., Kaartinen S., Jarnefelt G., Karhu J. and Julkunen P. Individual characterization of fast intracortical facilitation with paired biphasic-wave transcranial magnetic stimulation. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 26(9): pp.1710-1716, 2018.

  2. Karimi MT., Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi MH. and McGarry A. Evaluation of the magnitude of hip joint deformation in subjects with avascular necrosis of the hip joint during walking with and without Scottish Rite orthosis. Medical Engineering and Physics, 40(1): pp.110-116, 2017.

  3. Karimi MT., Ebrahimi MH., Mohammadi A. and McGarry A. Evaluation of the influences of various force magnitudes and configurations on scoliotic curve correction using finite element analysis. Australasian physical & engineering sciences in medicine,40(1): pp.231-236, 2017.

  4. Ghasemi M., Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi MH., Karimi MT., and Rostami M. Relation between anthropometric data and performance of lower limb in squat jump. ISBS Proceedings Archive, 35(1): 197, 2017.

  5. Ebrahimi M., Ojanen S., Finnila M., Joukainen A., Kroger H., Saarakkala S., Korhonen RK., Tanska P. Characterization of fibril-reinforced poroelastic material properties of human tibial cartilage. 8th World Congress of Biomechanics, Dublin, Ireland, 2018.

  6. Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi M., Ristaniemi A., Stenroth L., Korhonen RK. The effect of different preconditioning protocols on repeatability of ACL stress-relaxation response in tension. 8th World Congress of Biomechanics, Dublin, Ireland, 2018.

  7. Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi M., Kaartinen S., Jarnefelt G., Karhu J., Julkunen P. Intracortical facilitation to enhance effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation. World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic, 2018.

Under review:

  1. Ebrahimi M., Mohammadi A., Ristaniemi A., Stenroth L., Korhonen RK. The effect of different preconditioning protocols on repeatability of ACL stress-relaxation response in tension. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials.

  2. Ebrahimi M., Ojanen S., Mohammadi A., Finnila M., Joukainen A., Kroger H., Saarakkala S., Korhonen RK., Tanska P. Elastic, viscoelastic and fibril-reinforced poroelastic material properties of healthy and osteoarthritic human tibial cartilage. Annals of Biomedical Engineering.

  3. Balcos PO., Mononen ME., Mohammadi A., Ebrahimi M., Tanska M., Samaan M., Souza R., Li X., Suomalainen JS., Jurvelin JS., Toyras J., Korhonen RK. Comparison between kinetic and kinetic-kinematic driven knee joint finite element models. Scientific reports.

Contact: +358 29 4451111 (Switch), email: bbc-l [at] lists.uef.fi