Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
Detroit Medical Center
Dr. Chen is an Associate Professor (Adjunct), Research, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Director of Robotic Rehabilitation Lab, Wayne State University. Research Scientist & Director for Research, Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Detroit Medical Center. He received MD degree in Fujian Medical University, China in 1987 and completed orthopaedic residency training and orthopedic graduate education (PhD) in Peking University Health Science Center, China in 1990. He practiced orthopaedic surgery in Fujian Medical University and conducted orthopedic biomechanical research from 1990 to1994. He was selected as an International Fellow by the International Society for the Study of Lumbar Spine (ISSLS) in 1994. He won a Postdoctoral Fellowship Award from Arthritis Foundation and completed postdoctoral training at the Bioengineering Center, Wayne State University in 1998.
His research interests include neurophysiology of orthopaedic pain, orthopaedic biomechanics, robotic rehabilitation engineering, sports medicine injury prevention and performance enhancement, computer vision and machine learning algorithms for medical image processing. His resarch expertise includes lower back pain, whiplash pain, nerve tissus (brain and peripheral nerve) injury tolerance; ultrasonic surgical cutting device safety evaluation; muscular electrical signal (EMG) and nerve signal digital processing and pattern recogntion; EEG signal controlled robotic exoskeleton; EMG controlled upper arm robotic exoskeleton; nano graphene implantable electrodes for peripheral neural interface (PNI), vehicle human interface (VHI) for drowsy driving monitoring, driver comfort enhancement and muscle fatigue prevention. His research has won awards from prestigious orthopedic research society and car crash conferences with more than 70 ariticles published in journals.
• Clinical Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Research
• Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Sports Medicine Radiology and Image Processing
• Neuroscience and Robotics
• Laboratory Robotic Engineering and Clinical Rehabilitation
• Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Athlete Training System
• Sports Medicine Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement
• Orthopaedic Laboratory Biomechanics
• Human Vehicle Interaction
• Automotive Occupant Safety
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