Dr. Irene Beyerlein co-directs the Los Alamos Center for Materials at Irradiation and Mechanical Extremes and is a leading international expert on microstructural changes to metals undergoing severe plastic deformation. This AMR audio interview explores her path to a high-impact research career, her passion for the science of material dislocations and fracture, and the influence of role models and mentors.
The Journal of Biomechanical Engineering reports research results involving the application of mechanical engineering principles to the improvement of human health. The scope of relevant topics ranges from basic biology to biomedical applications and includes theoretical, computational, experimental, and clinical studies.
Artificial Organs and Prostheses; Biofluid Mechanics, Measurements; Bioheat Transfer; Biomaterials; Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Cell and Tissue Engineering; Gait & Kinesiology, Injury Biomechanics, Orthopaedic Biomechanics, Physiological Systems.
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