Brian R. Corner

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Joint space morphology can be indicative of the risk, presence, progression, and/or treatment response of disease or trauma. We describe a novel methodology of characterizing joint space morphology in high-resolution 3D images (e.g. cone-beam CT (CBCT)) using a model based on elementary electrostatics that overcomes a variety of basic limitations of(More)
The statistical analysis of large corpora of human body scans requires that these scans be in alignment, either for a small set of key landmarks or densely for all the vertices in the scan. Existing techniques tend to rely on hand-placed landmarks or algorithms that extract landmarks from scans. The former is time consuming and subjective while the latter(More)
Glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) is one of the major autoantigens found in insulin-dependent (Type 1) diabetes mellitus (IDDM). A novel hybrid form of GAD was created by fusing amino acids 1-101 of the human GAD67 protein to amino acids 96-585 of the human GAD65 protein. This hybrid GAD67/65 was expressed constitutively under the control of the(More)
— The information content in remote sensing imagery depends upon various factors such as spatial and ra-diometric resolutions, spatial scale of the features to be im-aged, radiometric contrast between different target types, and the type and amount of noise present in the imagery. Various statistical and textural measures are used to characterize image(More)
This study quantified how body borne load impacts hip and knee biomechanics during anticipated and unanticipated single-leg cutting maneuvers. Fifteen male military personnel performed a series of single-leg cutting maneuvers with three different load configurations (light, ~6 kg, medium, ~20 kg, and heavy, ~40 kg). Subject-based means of the specific lower(More)
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