OpenSim for Medicine. Planning Surgery with OpenSim

Planning Surgery with OpenSim

OpenSim is free software used by scientists around the world to model humans and animals and understand how they move. This video gives an introduction to the project and describes how orthopaedic surgeons use modeling to help plan surgery for children with cerebral palsy.

Contributors to the video are listed in the credits. For a list of contributors to the OpenSim project see our website (opensim.stanford.edu/about/people.html).

NCSRR’s pilot projects program is designed to encourage new collaborations and innovative ideas for utilizing simulations within medical rehabilitation. Projects should have a strong scientific component and demonstrate a clear alignment with the NCSRR’s mission.

Pilot project awardees may receive funding up to $25,000 for their research. In addition, the program launches awardees into leadership roles within the NCSRR network.

http://opensim.stanford.edu/support/pilot.html