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Dr Harriet Talbott

Biography Dr Harriet Talbott is a researcher and lecturer within the School of Engineering (Medical Engineering). She holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds, where she focused on the functional biomechanics and structure of the ankle in people with haemophilia.
Her research involves the use of computational and experimental methods to investigate pathologies of the foot and ankle. Her primary area of interest is generating clinically useful finite element models. She values interdisciplinary research, and works closely with colleagues in health sciences, as well as clinical and industrial partners on projects relating to foot and ankle orthotics. If you are interested in collaboration, she welcomes any interest from internal or external partners.
Harriet is the Programme Director for Medical Engineering, and the Early Career Academics Network Lead for the Faculty of Science and Engineering. She is keen to mentor enthusiastic researchers in pursuit of an academic career. She welcomes interest from potential PhD students or MRes projects in research aligned with foot and ankle pathologies, or orthotics.
Research Interests Finite Element Analysis; Foot and Ankle Biomechanics; Foot and Ankle Pathologies; Medical Engineering
Teaching and Learning 23/24 teaching:
Level 7 - Musculoskeletal Modelling
Level 7 - Medical Imaging, Processing and Analysis
Level 6 / Level 7 Individual Projects

Previously involved in teaching:
Level 5 - NHS Medical Engineering in Practice
Level 6 - Biomaterials and Orthopaedic Devices
Level 6 - Micro/nanotechnologies for Biomedical Applications
Level 7- Advanced Biomaterials and Orthopaedic Devices.
Scopus Author ID 57223848946