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Shihfan Jack Tu

BSc, MSc, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Biomechanist interested in body movements and therapeutic mechanisms.

I am a postdoctoral research assistant working on human movement analysis with ultrasound imaging, supervised by Dr Stephen Mellon. We are aiming to provide a quick and robust method for joint position assessments which can help to improve the efficiency of clinical examinations. While studying for my PhD at Queen Mary, University of London, I developed a semi-automatic ultrasound-based method to quantify soft-tissue dynamics to valid in-vivo effects and mechanisms of taping therapy.

Prior to PhD, I was trained in the Sports Medicine discipline at Kaohsiung Medical University, followed by both clinical and research-based MSc in Kent and Taiwan. I am now particularly interested in discovering the effects and mechanisms of musculoskeletal disorders and therapies with computer aid clinical data analysis.

In my spare time, I am a fan of technology and programming. I am also a serious coffee lover who is passionate to develop home barista skills.