Chris A. Van Ee, Ph.D.

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2000 Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Biomedical Engineering, Anatomy Biology
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Barry S. Myers grad student 2000 Duke
 (Tensile properties of the human muscular and ligamentous cervical spine.)
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Toomey DE, Yang KH, Van Ee CA. (2014) The Hybrid III upper and lower neck response in compressive loading scenarios with known human injury outcomes. Traffic Injury Prevention. 15: S223-30
Toomey DE, Yang KH, Yoganandan N, et al. (2013) Toward a more robust lower neck compressive injury tolerance-an approach combining multiple test methodologies. Traffic Injury Prevention. 14: 845-52
Raymond D, Crawford G, Van Ee C, et al. (2009) Development of biomechanical response corridors of the head to blunt ballistic temporo-parietal impact. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 131: 094506
Hardy WN, Shah CS, Mason MJ, et al. (2008) Mechanisms of traumatic rupture of the aorta and associated peri-isthmic motion and deformation. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 52: 233-65
Hardy WN, Shah CS, Kopacz JM, et al. (2006) Study of potential mechanisms of traumatic rupture of the aorta using insitu experiments. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 50: 247-66
Desantis Klinich K, Ebert SM, Van Ee CA, et al. (2004) Cervical spine geometry in the automotive seated posture: variations with age, stature, and gender. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 48: 301-30
Prange MT, Luck JF, Dibb A, et al. (2004) Mechanical properties and anthropometry of the human infant head. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 48: 279-99
Chancey VC, Nightingale RW, Van Ee CA, et al. (2003) Improved estimation of human neck tensile tolerance: reducing the range of reported tolerance using anthropometrically correct muscles and optimized physiologic initial conditions. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 47: 135-53
Van Ee CA, Nightingale RW, Camacho DL, et al. (2000) Tensile properties of the human muscular and ligamentous cervical spine. Stapp Car Crash Journal. 44: 85-102
Van Ee CA, Chasse AL, Myers BS. (2000) Quantifying skeletal muscle properties in cadaveric test specimens: effects of mechanical loading, postmortem time, and freezer storage. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 122: 9-14
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