Hamid joined the Biomechanics Department as a Research Engineer in August 2015. He has experience in computational biomechanics as well as in-vitro experimental studies. His main research focus at HSS is in knee biomechanics. Hamid has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Tehran Polytechnic in Iran and a Master of Science in Bioengineering from the University of Missouri. During his masters he worked in the Mizzou Motion Analysis Center under the supervision of Dr. Trent Guess. His research focused on developing a computational model of human gait to analyze meniscal function.
TM Guess, S Razu, H Jahandar, A Stylianou. Predicted loading on the menisci during gait: The effect of horn laxity. J Biomech, 2015 Jun 1;48(8):1490-8. doi: 10.1016