Matthew B. A. McCullough is an Associate Professor of Chemical, Biological, and Bioengineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. He has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University (2001). And his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, from the University of Iowa (2006). He completed his Post-doctoral fellowship in Orthopedic Research, and Physiology and Cell Imaging at Mayo Clinic. He is a member of the NSF's Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials a center with the goal of developing biodegradable metallic materials. He is a founding faculty member of the Bioengineering program at his institution and highly values mentoring students.
Musculoskeletal biomechanics, foot/ankle biomechanics, finite element analysis (FEA), whole body simulation, total joint arthroplasty and orthopaedic devices, IoT, Kinematics, Biometrics, arthritis, diabetes, health disparities.
- Editorial: Clin Res Orthop, 1:1
- Short Communication: Clin Res Orthop, 1:1
Will Performing Recommended Stretch Break Exercises in the Sitting Position Alter the Spinal Postural Alignment and Body Discomfort?Research Article: Clin Res Orthop, 1:1
Bala Saravanamuthu Rajaratnam and Cheong Ming Lam
Predictive Factors for Functional Outcome after Conservative Treatment of Midshaft Clavicular Fractures: A Retrospective Cohort StudyResearch Article: Clin Res Orthop, 1:1
Hockers NP, Hillen RJ , Fransen BL , Willems JIP, Hoozemans MJM and Burger BJ
Intraarticular Bupivacaine and Epinephrine Do Not Save Blood in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty without DrainsResearch Article: Clin Res Orthop, 1:1
Wang JH, Chang CW, Yang CY, Chen YN, Lai KA, Chang CH