Thank you Dr. Bader for your interesting talk about bio-engineering strategies to predict early damage to vulnerable skin tissues. We were honored to host you here on campus and our motion lab, and really look forward to our future collaboration together.



Dan Bader studied Physics at Liverpool University, followed by an MSc in Medical Physics and a PhD at Southampton University. Dr. Bader moved to the Oxford Orthopaedic Engineering Centre, University of Oxford, where his research focused on engineering aspects of pressure ulcer prevention. He later moved to Queen Mary, University of London as a lecturer in biomaterials and was one of the core research staff in the IRC in Biomedical Materials. In 1999, he was appointed Professor of Medical Engineering in the Department of Engineering. In 2011, he was appointed Professor of Bioengineering and Tissue Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Southampton. His research interests include translation of bioengineering solutions in the prevention of pressure ulcers, biomechanical conditioning of cell seeded constructs for tissue engineering and cell/tissue biomechanics in health and disease.