The University of Texas at Austin
College of Engineering


Dr. Paulien Roos

Degrees:

PhD in Biomechanics, The University of Bath (United Kingdom)
BSc and MSc Biology, Mathematical / Theoretical Specialization, Wageningen University (Netherlands)

Curriculum Vitae


Current and future projects
My research interests are in computer simulation and biomechanical analysis of human movement, with the ultimate aim to positively impact on the lives of individuals with impaired movement due to aging, injury or disease. My research has a focus on balance control and the efficacy of AFOs in rehabilitation, rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, and balance and falls in the elderly.

Recent Publications

Roos, Button and van Deursen. Motor control strategies during double leg squat following anterior cruciate ligament rupture and reconstruction: an observational study. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 11: 19, 2014.


Button, Roos and van Deursen. Activity Progression for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injured Individuals. Clinical Biomechanics, 29(2): 206-212, 2014.


Roos, Button, Sparkes and van Deursen. Altered Biomechanical Strategies and Medio-Lateral Control of the Knee Represent Incomplete Recovery of Individuals with ACL Injury during Single Leg Hop. Journal of Biomechanics, 47(3): 675-680, 2014.


Roos and Dingwell. Using Dynamic Models to Identify Older Adults with Increased Risk of Falling. Human Movement Science, 32(5): 984-996, 2013.


Roos and Dingwell. Influence of Walking Speed on the Dynamic Stability and Fall Risk of 3D Dynamic Walking Model. Journal of Biomechanics, 46: 1722-1728, 2013.


Roos, Barton and van Deursen. Patellofemoral joint compression forces in backward and forward running. Journal of Biomechanics, 45(9): 1656-1660, 2012.