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Alexander Breen

  • PhD
  • Post-doctoral research fellow and technology lead
  • Anglo European College of Chiropractic
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Research interests

low back painBiomechanicsRehabilitationMEasurmentArteficial limbsgaitMotion controlKinematicsRadiation measurementSpineSpinal BiomechanicsMusculoskeletal DisordersBack Pain

About

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alexander_Breen/info https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexander-breen-39628133?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile_pic https://aecc.academia.edu/AlexanderBreen In my current role I have become fundamental in running of the Quantitative Fluoroscopy (QF) systems (of which the OSMIA service is a part). My responsibilities include everything from acquiring Fluoroscopic images of research participants and clinical patients, analysing and presenting the collected data for various audiences, writing, maintaining and developing the tracking and reporting programs as well as developing new physical and computational solutions for developing research. This also included supporting 3 PhD and between 2012 and 2015 undertaking a PhD of my own. {edit My own PhD was compleated early 2016}

Co-authors (23)

  • Jin Luo

Publications (5)

  • Aberrant intervertebral motion in patients with treatment-resistant nonspecific low back pain: a retrospective cohort study and control comparison

    • Breen A
    • Mellor F
    • Breen A
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  • Estimation of in vivo inter-vertebral loading during motion using fluoroscopic and magnetic resonance image informed finite element models

    • Zanjani-Pour S
    • Meakin J
    • Breen A
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  • Leadership and capacity building in international chiropractic research: introducing the chiropractic academy for research leadership (CARL)

    • Adams J
    • Kawchuk G
    • Breen A
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  • Uneven intervertebral motion sharing is related to disc degeneration and is greater in patients with chronic, non-specific low back pain: an in vivo, cross-sectional cohort comparison of intervertebral dynamics using quantitative fluoroscopy

    • Breen A
    • Breen A
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  • Uneven intervertebral motion sharing is related to disc degeneration and is greater in patients with chronic, non-specific low back pain: an in vivo, cross-sectional cohort comparison of intervertebral dynamics using quantitative fluoroscopy

    • Breen A
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Professional experience

Post-doctoral research fellow and technology lead

Anglo European College of Chiropractic

September 2016 - Present

PostGraduate Researcher

Bournemouth University

May 2012 - Present

Education

PhD

Bournemouth University

May 2012 - December 2015(4 years)