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1 CURRICULUM VITAE - 3/10/08

Jeffrey A. Weiss, Ph.D.

Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah 50 S. Central Campus Drive, Rm. 2480 Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 (801) 587-7833 [email protected] PERSONAL Birth Date: EDUCATION September 1990 to December 1994 September 1988 to June 1990 September 1984 to June 1989 Ph.D. in Bioengineering University of Utah M.S. in Engineering - Bioengineering University of California, San Diego B.S. in Engineering - Bioengineering University of California, San Diego July 12, 1966

PROFESSIONAL / ACADEMIC / TEACHING 6/2006 ­ present Associate Chair, Graduate Studies Department of Bioengineering University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Associate Professor Department of Bioengineering University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Adjunct Associate Professor Department of Orthopaedics University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Faculty Member Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Assistant Professor Department of Bioengineering University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Orthopaedics University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

6/2003 ­ present

6/2003 ­ present

1/2004 ­ present

8/2000 ­ 6/2003

1/2001 ­ 6/2003

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10/1998 - 9/2000

Assistant Professor Biomedical Engineering Program University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Assistant Professor Aerospace and Mechanical Engng (secondary appointment) University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Institute Director Orthopedic Biomechanics Institute Salt lake City, Utah Research Assistant Professor Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah Director of Basic Research Orthopedic Biomechanics Institute Salt Lake City, Utah Finite Element Analyst, Applied Mechanics Group Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore, California Senior Research Engineer Orthopedic Biomechanics Institute Salt Lake City, Utah Scientific Computing Consultant Utah Supercomputing Institute Salt Lake City, Utah Biomedical Engineer Veterans Administration Medical Center San Diego, California Research Associate University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California Biomedical Engineering Technician Veteran's Administration Medical Center San Diego, California

12/1998 - 9/2000

10/1997 - 10/1998

12/1994 ­ 8/2000

8/1994 - 10/1997

10/1994 - 11/1996

9/1990 - 8/1994

12/1991 - 8/1994

6/1989 - 8/1990

9/1988 - 7/1989

9/1986 - 6/1989

Teaching Spring 2008 Fall 2007 Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah

3 Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Spring 2007 Fall 2006 Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biosolid Mechanics (BIOEN 7210), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biosolid Mechanics (BIOEN 7210), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Note ­ addition of NEW Biomechanics Lab with BIOEN 5201 Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Bioengineering (BIOEN 1101), guest lecturer, Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6480), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6900-2), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Bioengineering (BIOEN 1101), guest lecturer, Bioengineering, U. Utah Biosolid Mechanics (BIOEN 7210), Bioengineering, U. Utah Biomechanics Seminar (BIOEN 6900-6), Bioengineering, U. Utah Bioengineering Seminar (BIOEN 6091), Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (BIOEN 5201), guest lecturer, Bioengineering, U. Utah Introduction to Bioengineering (BIOEN 1101), guest Bioengineering, U. Utah Physiology for Biomedical Engineers (BME 411/511), team taught, Biomedical Engineering Program, U. Arizona

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lecturer,

Spring 2000

4 Biomechanical Engineering (AME 466/566), guest Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona Fall 1999 lecturer,

Principles of Biomedical Engineering (BME 516), course coordinator, team taught, Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Arizona Mechanical Engineering Design (AME 412B), Project Supervisor, Aerospace/Mechaincal Engineering, University of Arizona Mechanical Engineering Design (AME 412A), Project Supervisor, Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona Biomechanical Engineering (AME 466/566), Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona Principles of Biomedical Engineering (BME 516), team taught, Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Arizona Advanced Finite Elements (formerly MEEN 646), Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah Continuum Mechanics (formerly MEEN 630), Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah Introduction to Biomechanics (formerly BIOEN 532), guest lecturer, Bioengineering, University of Utah Instructor and Research Director for Sports Medicine Surgery Fellowship (5 Fellows each year), The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah

Spring 1999

Fall 1998

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Fall 1995

Spring 1994

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Postdoctoral Fellows - Current Clayton Underwood, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2004Postdoctoral Fellows ­ Alumni Irina Ionescu, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2004-2006 Currently: Research Associate, EC Centrale Nantes, France Qunli Sun, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2002-2004 Currently: Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University and Research Associate, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Alexander Veress, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2000-2003 Currently: Research Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah Graduate Students - Current Heath Henninger Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2004Nikhil Phatak Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2002Shawn Reese Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2007Scott Sibole Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2007Graduate Students - Alumni Andrew Anderson 2001-2007 (Ph.D., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2007) Brian Birchler Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2005-06

5 Gillian Brest van Kempen Carlos Bonifasi-Lista Anton E. Bowden Michelle Dalton Rosalina Das John C. Gardiner Kathleen T. Deffner Krista M. Ellis Kristi Hansen Trevor Lujan Laxminarayanan Krishnan William Newman Ashley Ward 2001-2003 (M.E., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2003) 2000-2002 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2000-2002) 1995-2003 (Ph.D., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2003) (co-advisor with R. Rabbitt) 2002-2004 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah,, 2004) 2001-2003 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2003) 1995-2001 (Ph.D., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2001) 1995-1007 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 12/1997) 1994-1996 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 12/1996) 1998-2000 (M.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. Arizona, 2000) (co-advisor with J. Barton, ECE) 2002-2007 (Ph.D., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2007) 2000-2007 (Ph.D., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2007) 2002-2003 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2003) 1995-1997 (M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 1997)

Graduate Student Committees Megan Aanstoos M.S. student, Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2006-2008 Ephraim Akyuz Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2001-2006 Michael Anderson Ph.D., Bioengineering, University of Utah, 1998-2005 Nicholas M. Cordaro M.S., Biomedical Engineering, University of Arizona, May 2000 (co-advisor with J. Szivek, Orthopedics) John Droge M.S., Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2003 Seung-Jae Kim M.S., Bioengineering, University of Utah, December 2001 Jonathan Marble M.S., Bioengineering, U. Utah, 2004-2006 Bao Ngugyen Ph.D. , Bioengineering, University of Utah, 1999-03 Suhrud Rajguru Ph.D., Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2000-2006 Meredith Roberts Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2001Teri Rosenbaum Ph.D., Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2002-2007 Jennifer Walsh Ph.D. student, Bioengineering, University of Utah, 2002Undergraduate Students - Current Mike Harris 2005 ­ (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. Utah, 2006)

Undergraduate Students - Alumni Anita Apte 2001-2002 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2003) Janna Balling 2003-2005 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2005) Chris Evensen 2002-2003 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2004) Spencer Lake 2000-2003 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2003) Benjamin Maakestad 1998-1999 (B.S., Mech Engineering, U. Arizona, 1999) Jeff McCann 2002-2003 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2003) William Newman 2000-2002 (B.S., Mathematics, University of Utah, 2002) Hoa Nguyen 2004-2006 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2006) Casey Olsen 2004-2005 (B.S. student, BME, U. of Utah, 2003-) Tim Plaizier 2003-2004 (B.S., Electrical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2004) Matt Simmons 2000-2001 (B.S., Chemical Engng, U. Utah, 2002) James Thomas 2002 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2003) Brent Thompson 2003-2006 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2006)

6 Ben Tuttle Michael Wessman Michael Small Thomas Ward 2002-2004 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2004) 2000-2002 (B.S., Chemical Engng, U. Utah, 2003) 2001-2003 (B.S., Chemistry, University of Utah, 2003) 2005-2006 (B.S., Biomedical Engineering, U. of Utah, 2006)

HONORS AND AWARDS Elected as Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, December 2006. Honored by Mentor Recognition Program (UCSD) for outstanding training of BME Undergraduates, November 2005. Winner of the Taylor & Francis prize for "outstanding innovation in computer methods in biomechanics & biomedical engineering", 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, March 2004 ASME YC Fung Young Investigator Award Recipient, May 2002 NSF CAREER Award Recipient, February 2002 Supervisor, senior team winning Lockheed Martin Ingenuity Design Award, Fall 1999 Whitaker Foundation Research Grant Recipient, 3/1995 NIH/NIAMS National Research Service Award, 12/1994 Clyde Christensen Scholarship - 1991/92 Academic Year, U. of Utah Provost's Honor List at University of Utah - Fall 1990 to Summer 1994 Provost's Honor List at UCSD - Spring 1987 to Spring 1990 Early Admission to M.S. program at UCSD - Fall 1988 INVITED, PLENARY AND KEYNOTE TALKS Keynote Speaker, 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Antibes, France, March 2006. Invited Speaker, McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine Seminar Series, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh, April 6, 2006. Invited Speaker, Session entitled, "Hemodynamics and Angiogenesis/Angioadaptation". 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, July 2006. Invited Speaker, "Distribution, Fine Structure and Mechanical Role of Dermatan Sulfate Glycosaminoglycans in the Medial Collateral Ligament". 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, July 2006. Plenary Speaker, 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Antibes, France, March 2006 Invited Speaker, McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine Seminar Series, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh, April 6, 2006. Keynote Speaker, 6th Annual Biomedical Computation at Stanford Conference, Stanford, California, October 2005. Plenary Lecture, International Conference on Computational Bioengineering, Lisbon, Portugal, August 2005. Invited Speaker, Tutorial on Soft Tissue Mechanics, XXth Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics and 29th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Cleveland, Ohio, July 31, 2005. Invited Speaker, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Pennsylvania, May 2005 Invited Speaker, Industrial Advisory Board Meeting, College of Engineering, University of Utah, December 2004

7 Invited Speaker, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute Seminar Series, U. Utah, October 2004 Invited Speaker, Center for Functional Imaging, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 8/19/04 Invited Speaker, Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Calgary, June 2004 Invited Speaker, International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Symposium on Mechanics of Biological Tissue, Graz, Austria, June 2004 Invited Speaker, Aircast Foundation Orthopaedic Medical Research Grantee Symposium, May 2004. Invited Speaker, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Stanford University, April 2004 Invited Speaker, Mathematical Biology Program, University of Utah, April 2004 Invited Speaker, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, April 2004 Invited Speaker, Utah Center for Advanced Imaging Research Symposium, Department of Radiology, University of Utah, April 2004. Plenary Speaker, 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, March 2004 Invited Speaker, Department of Bioengineering Seminar Series, University of Utah, February 2004. Invited Speaker, Neuromuscular Biomechanics Laboratory (Director ­ Scott Delp), Stanford University, February 2004. Invited Speaker, University of Arizona Biomedical Engineering Program, November 2002 Invited Speaker, Grand Rounds, Dept. of Orthpedics, University of Utah, November 2001 Guest Faculty, Course on Arthroscopic Knee Surgery, Park City, UT, August 2001 Invited Speaker, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Pittsburgh, March 2001 Invited Speaker, International Symposium for Tendons and Ligaments, February 2001 Invited Speaker, University of Arizona Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Seminar Series, April 2000 Invited Speaker, International Symposium for Tendons and Ligaments, March 2000 Invited Speaker, Symposium honoring Dr. Fung's 80th Birthday, ASME Summer Mtg, 1999 Invited Participant, 5th JUSSC (International Conference) on Biomechanics, Japan, 1998 Invited Speaker, Canadian Society of Biomechanics, Vancouver B.C., July 1996 Invited Speaker, Comined Orthopaedic Research Society Meeeting, San Diego, July 1995 SERVICE Review and Editorial Duties Associate Editor, ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 12/2004 to present Editorial Board, International Journal for Computational Vision and Biomechanics, 1/2007 to present Editorial Board, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 2/2003 to present Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 11/1996 to present Reviewer, American Journal of Sports Medicine, 12/1994 to present Reviewer, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 5/1996 to present Reviewer, Biorheology, 10/97 to present Reviewer, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 2/1995 to present Reviewer, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engng, 12/99 to present Reviewer, Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 2004 to present Reviewer, Computers and Biomedical Research, 11/1998 to present

8 Reviewer, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 6/1996 to present Reviewer, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 10/1997 to present Reviewer, Journal of Biomechanics, 11/1997 to present Reviewer, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 8/1995 to present Reviewer, Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 12/1996 to present Temporary Member, NIH ZRG-1 Study Section, MOSS-L(04), 2/2008 Temporary Member, NIH ZRG-1 Study Section, MOSS-A(05), 11/2006 Temporary Member, NIH ZRG-1 Study Section, MOSS-A, 4/2006 Temporary Member, NIH "Myocardial Ischemia and Metabolism" Study Section, 2/2005 Temporary Member, NIH/NIAMS "SBSR" Study Section, 11/2003, 10/2004, 6/2007 Temporary Member, NIH/NIAMS "ORTH" Study Section, 6/2003 Grant Review Panel, NSF CAREER Awards, Division of Bioengineering and Environmental Systems, 11/2002, 11/2003, 11/2004 Grant Review Panel, NSF Division of Bioengineering and Environmental Systems, 12/2001, 1/2006 Reviewer, ASME Undergraduate Student Paper Competition, for ASME IMECE `02 External Referee, Grant Review, University of Connecticut Health Center Faculty Development Grants, 2/2002 External Referee, Workers' Compensation Board of BC, 3/2002 External Referee, Grant Review, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 11/2001 Member, NIH/NIAMS Review Committee for Clinical Trials, 3/2001 External Referee, Grant Review, Veteran's Administration, 1/2000 Grant Review Committee, Orthopaedic Research Laboratories Alumni Council, 1999 External Referee, Grant Review, Medical Research Council of Canada, 11/1998 Organization and Chairing at Scientific Meetings Track Co-Chair, Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2006 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, October 2006. Session Chair, "Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Engineering ­ Joint Biomechanics", 2006 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, October 2006. Session Chair, "Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Engineering - Soft Tissue Mechanics", 2006 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, 2006 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, October 2006. Invited to chair session, "Hemodynamics and Angiogenesis/Angioadaptation", 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich Germany, Jan 2006. Organized and recruited Invited and Keynote Speakers for Topic, "Computational Biomechanics and Mechanobiology of Musculoskeletal Soft Tissues", 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, December 2005 / January 2006. Scientific Committee, 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, 2005-2006 Scientific Committee, 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Antibes, France, March 2006 Scientific Committee, II International Conference on Computational Bioengineering, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2005. Co-Chaired session on Computational Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting, Baltimore, MD, September 2005 Scientific Committee, 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, February 2004

9 Program Committee, 3rd International Symposium on Ligaments and Tendons, New Orleans, LA, February 2003 Organized A/V services at ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 2001 Chaired sessions at ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 2001 Organizing Committee, International Symposium on Ligaments and Tendons, February 2001 Organized/chaired 3 sessions, "Soft Tissue Mechanics", ASME Winter Meeeting, November 1999 (with G. Ateshian and R. Debski) Organized/chaired 3 sessions, "Computational Biosolid Mechanics", ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 1997 (with J-K. Suh) Co-chaired session, Soft Tissue Biomechanics, 4th annual Computational Biomechanics Symposium, 1996 (with Jean Heegaard) Organized/chaired sessions on Computational Bioengineering, ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 1995 Committee Membership Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, Bioengineering, U. Utah, '05-06, '06-07, '07-08 Chair, Fellowships Committee, Bioengineering, U. Utah, `02-03, '03-04, '04-05, '05-06 Member, College Computing Committee, U. Utah, `02-03, '03-04 Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Bioengineering, U. Utah, '00-01, '01-02, '02-03, `03-04, '04-05 Member, Fellowships Committee, Bioengineering, U. Utah, '00-01, '01-02, '03-04, '04-05, '07-08 Member, Graduate Program Affairs Committee, Bioengineering, U. Utah, '00-01, '01-02, '02-03', '03-04, '04-05 Member, College Council, College of Engineering, U. Utah, '01-02, `02-03 Security Officer, College of Engineering, U. Utah, '01-02, '02-03, '03-04, '04-05 Co-chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, Biomedical Engineering, U. Arizona, 2000 Member, Faculty Search Committee, Biomedical Engineering, U. Arizona, 1999 ASME Bioengineering Solid Mechanics Committee, 1993 - present SOCIETIES American Academy of Mechanics, since 1994 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, since 1989 American Society of Biomechanics, since 1988 Sigma Xi - Scientific Research Honor Society, since 1993 Orthopaedic Research Society, since 1989 Biomedical Engineering Society, since 1986

PUBLICATIONS Thesis/Dissertation Weiss JA: Evaluation of a new injury model to study medial collateral ligament healing. Masters Thesis, University of California, San Diego, 1990. Weiss JA: A constitutive model and finite element representation for transversely isotropic soft tissues. PhD Dissertation, University of Utah, August, 1994.

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Refereed Journal Articles (* = corresponding author) 1. 2. 3. *Woo SL-Y, Weiss JA, Gomez MA, Hawkins DA: Measurement of changes in ligament tension with knee motion and skeletal maturation. J Biomech Engrng 112:46-51, 1990. *Woo SL-Y, Ohland KJ, Weiss JA.: The effects of aging and sex on the biomechanical properties of the medial collateral ligament. Mech Ageing and Dev 56:129-142, 1990. Weiss JA, *Woo SL-Y, Ohland KJ, Horibe S, Newton PO: Evaluation of a new injury model to study medial collateral ligament healing: Primary repair vs nonoperative treatment. J Orthop Res 9:516-528, 1991. Anderson DR, Weiss JA, Takai S, Ohland KJ, *Woo SL-Y: Healing of the medial collateral ligament following a triad injury: A biomechanical and histological study of the knee in rabbits. J Orthop Res 10:485-495, 1992. *France EP, Weiss JA, Paulos LE: Allograft ligament reconstruction: Biomechanical issues and testing. Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 1:47-60, 1993. Bagi CM, Mecham M, Weiss JA, *Miller SC: Comparative morphometric changes in rat cortical bone following ovariectomy and/or immobilization. Bone 14:877-883, 1993. Straight CB, France EP, Rosenberg TD, Paulos LE, *Weiss JA: Soft tissue fixation to bone: A more biomechanical analysis of spiked soft tissue washers. Am J Sports Med 22:339-343, 1994. *Rabbitt RD, Weiss JA, Christensen GE, Miller MI: Mapping of hyperelastic deformable templates using the finite element method. In Vision Geometry 1V, Melter RA, Wu AY and Bookstein FL Editors, Proc SPIE 2573:252-265,1995. *Weiss JA, Maker BN, Govindjee, S: Finite element implementation of incompressible, transversely isotropic hyperelasticity. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 135:107-128, 1996. Puso MA and *Weiss JA: Finite element implementation of anisotropic quasilinear viscoelasticity using a discrete spectrum approximation. ASME J Biomech Engng 120:6270, 1998. Quapp KM and *Weiss JA: Material characterization of human medial collateral ligament. ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 120:757-763, 1998. Richards M, Goulet JA, Weiss JA, Waanders NA, Schaffler MB, *Goldstein SA: Bone regeneration and fracture healing: Experience with distraction osteogenesis model. Clin Orthop and Related Res 355S:191-204, 1998. *Weiss JA, Rabbitt RD, Bowden AE: Incorporation of medical image data in finite element models to track strain in soft tissues. In Laser-Tissue Interaction IX, Steven L. Jacques, Editor, Proc SPIE 3254:477-484, 1998. Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD, *Weiss JA: Anatomical registration and segmentation by warping template finite element models. In Laser-Tissue Interaction IX, Steven L. Jacques, Editor, Proc SPIE 3254:469-476, 1998. Richards M, Waanders NA, Weiss JA, Bhatia V, Senunas LE, Schaffler MB, Goldstein SA, *Goulet JA: Reduced gap strains induce changes in bone regeneration during distraction. ASME J Biomech Engng 121:348-355, 1999. *Weiss JA and Paulos LE: Mechanical testing of ligament fixation devices. Techniques in Orthopedics 14(1):14-21, 1999. Cordaro NM, *Weiss JA, Szivek JA: Strain transfer between a CPC coated strain gauge and cortical bone during bending. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research - Applied Biomaterials, 58(2):147-155, 2001.

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11 18. Gardiner JC, and *Weiss JA: Simple shear testing of parallel-fibered planar soft tissues. ASME J Biomech Engng, 123:1-5, 2001. 19. *Weiss JA and Gardiner JC: Computational modeling of ligament mechanics. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 29(3):1-70, 2001. 20. Gardiner JC, *Weiss JA, Rosenberg TD: Strain in the human medial collateral ligament during valgus loading. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 2001(391):266-274, 2001. 21. Hansen KA, Weiss JA, *Barton JK: Recruitment of tendon crimp with applied tensile strain. ASME J Biomech Engng, 124:72-77, 2002. 22. *Weiss JA, Gardiner JC, Bonifasi-Lista C: Ligament material behavior is nonlinear, viscoelastic and rate-independent under shear loading. Journal of Biomechanics 35:943-950, 2002. 23. Veress AI, *Weiss JA, Gullberg GT, Vince DG, Rabbitt RD: Strain measurement in coronary arteries using intravascular ultrasound and deformable images. ASME J Biomech Engng, 124(6):734-741, 2002. 24. Gardiner JC and *Weiss JA: Subject-specific finite element models can predict strain in the human medial collateral ligament during valgus knee loading. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 21:1098-1106, 2003. 25. *Guilkey JE and Weiss JA: Implicit time integration with the Material Point Method. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 57:1323-1338, 2003. 26. Krishnan L, *Weiss JA, Wessmann MD, Hoying JB: Design and application of a test system for viscoelastic characterization of collagen gels. Tissue Engineering 10(1-2):241-252, 2004. 27. Stabile KJ, Pfaeffle J, Weiss JA, Fischer K, *Tomaino MM: Bidirectional mechanical properties of the human forearm interosseous ligament. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 22(3):607-612, 2004. 28. Bonifasi-Lista C, Lake SP, Small M, *Weiss JA: Viscoelastic properties of the human medial collateral ligament under longitudinal, transverse and shear loading. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 23(1):67-76, 2005. 29. *Debski RE, Weiss JA, Newman WJ, Moore SM, McMahon PJ: Stress and strain in the anterior band of the inferior glenohumeral ligament during a simulated clinical examination. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 14:24S-31S, 2005. 30. Lujan TJ, Lake SP, Plaizier TA, Ellis BJ, *Weiss JA: Simultaneous measurement of threedimensional joint kinematics and tissue strains with optical methods. ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 127:193-197, 2005. 31. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Tuttle BD, *Weiss JA: A subject-specific finite element model of the pelvis: Development, validation and sensitivity studies. ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 127(3):364-373, 2005. 32. *Weiss JA, Gardiner JC, Ellis BJ, Lujan TJ, Phatak NS: Three-dimensional finite element modeling of ligaments: Technical aspects. Medical Engineering and Physics 27(10):845-61, 2005 (Invited paper for special issue: Advances in the finite element modeling of soft tissue deformation). 33. Veress AI, Gullberg GT, *Weiss JA: Measurement of strain in the left ventricle with cine-MRI and deformable image registration. ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 127(7):1195-1207, 2005. 34. *Shiu Y-T, Weiss JA, Hoying JB, Iwamoto MN, Joung IS, Quam CT: The role of mechanical stresses in angiogenesis. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 33(5):431-510, 2005. 35. Ellis BJ, Debski RE, Moore SM, McMahon PJ, *Weiss JA: Methodology and sensitivity studies for finite element modeling of the inferior glenohumeral ligament complex. Journal of Biomechanics Mar 29; 2006 [Epub ahead of print].

12 36. *Weiss JA, Maakestad BJ: Permeability of human medial collateral ligament transverse to the collagen fiber direction. Journal of Biomechanics 39(2):276-283, 2006. 37. Guilkey JE, Hoying JB, *Weiss JA: Computational modeling of multicellular constructs with the Material Point Method. Journal of Biomechanics, 39(11):2074-2086, 2006. 38. Ellis BJ, Lujan TJ, Dalton MS, *Weiss JA: MCL insertion site and contact forces in the ACLDeficient knee. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 24(4):800-810, 2006. 39. Veress AI, Segars WP, Weiss JA, Tsui BMW, *Gullberg GT: Normal and pathological NCAT image and phantom data based on physiologically realistic left ventricle finite element models. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 25(12):1604-1616, 2006. 40. Ionescu I, Guilkey JE, Berzins M, Kirby RM, *Weiss JA: Simulation of soft tissue failure using the Material Point Method. To Appear, ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, February 2007. 41. Kirkpatrick ND, Hoying JB, Bottling SK, Weiss JA, *Utzinger U: In vitro model for endogenous optical signatures of collagen. Journal of Biomedical Optics 11(5):054021, 2006. 42. Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Thompson BM, *Weiss JA: Effect of dermatan sulfate glycosaminoglycans on the quasi-static material properties of the human medial collateral ligament. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 25(7):894-903, 2007. 43. *Ateshian GA, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Equivalence between instantaneous biphasic and incompressible elastic material response. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 129(3):405-412, 2007. 44. Lujan TJ, Dalton MS, Thompson BM, Ellis BJ, *Weiss JA: Effect of ACL Deficiency on MCL strains and joint kinematics. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 129(3):386-392, 2007. 45. Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Maas SA, Whitaker RT, *Weiss JA: Spatial distribution and orientation of dermatan sulfate in human medial collateral ligament. Journal of Structural Biology, 158:33-45, 2007. 46. Phatak N, Sun Q, Kim S-E, Parker DL, Sanderss RK, Veress AI, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Noninvasive measurement of ligament strain with deformable image registration. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 35(7):1175-1187, 2007. 47. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Verification, validation and sensitivity studies in computational biomechanics. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 10(3):171-184, 2007. 48. Krishnan L, Hoying JB, Ngyuen H, Song H, *Weiss JA, Interaction of angiogenic microvessels with the extracellular matrix. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulation Physiology, 293(6):H3650-H36588, 2007. 49. Krishnan L, Underwood CJ, Maas SA, Ellis BJ, Hoying JB, Kode T, *Weiss JA: Effect of mechanical boundary conditions on orientation of angiogenic microvessels. Cardiovascular Research, In Press:000-000, 2008. 50. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Peters CL, *Weiss JA, Cartilage thickness: Factors influencing multidetector CT measurements in a phantom study. Radiology, 246(1):144-141, 2008.

Refereed Conference Papers *Schauer DA, Benda B, Weiss JA, Perfect S, Moor E, Kleinberger M: Lower extremity finite element model development. Proceedings, International Conference on Pelvic and Lower Extremity Injuries, 263-275, Wash. D.C., December 1995.

13 *Weiss JA, Gardiner JC, Quapp KM: Material models for the study of soft tissue mechanics. Proceedings, International Conference on Pelvic and Lower Extremity Injuries, 249261,Wash. D.C., December 4-6, 1995. Hansen KA, Barton JK, *Weiss JA: Optical coherence tomography imaging of collagenous tissue microstructure. Proc. SPIE BIOS 2000 - Biomedical Optics Symposium, Vol 3914, January 2000. *Guilkey JE, Weiss JA: An implicit time integration strategy for use with the material point method. Proc 1st MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, 216-219, 2001. Veress AI, Weiss JA, Rabbitt RD, Lee JN, *Gullberg GT: Measurement of 3D left ventricular strains during diastole using image warping and untagged MRI images. Proceedings IEEE/EMBS Computers in Cardiology Conference, September 23-26, 2001, 28:165-168. Veress AI, Weiss JA, Klein GJ, *Gullberg GT. Quantification of 3D Left Ventricular Deformation using Hyperelastic Warping: Comparisons between MRI and PET Imaging. Proceedings of IEEE/EMBS Computers in Cardiology, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, September 22-25, 29:709-712, 2002. Guilkey JE, Zhang Y, Hoying JB, *Weiss JA: Mechanical simulation of multicellular structures with the Material Point Method. Proc 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, March 2004. *Weiss JA, Veress AI, Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD: Strain measurement with deformable images. Proc 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, March 2004. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Tuttle BJ, *Weiss JA: Development and validation of a subject-specific finite element model of the pelvis: Assessment of model sensitivity. Proc 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Madrid, Spain, March 2004. Veress AI, Segars WP, Tsui BMW, Weiss JA, Gullberg GT: Physiologically realistic LV models to produce normal and pathological image and phantom data. Proceedings of the IEEE Medical Imaging Conference, Rome, October 2004. Weiss JA, Veress AI, Gullberg GT, Phatak NS, Sun Q, Parker D: Strain measurement using deformable image registration. Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on the Mechanics of Biological Tissue, November 2004. Ionescu I, Guilkey J, Berzins M, Kirby RM, Weiss JA: Computational simulation of penetrating trauma in biological soft tissues using the Material Point Method. Proceedings, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, eds. James D Westwood et al., IOS Press (published in Studies in Health Technology and Informatics,111:213-8, 2005. Ionescu I, Weiss JA, Guilkey J, Cole M, Kirby RM, Berzins M: Ballistic injury simulation using the material point method. Proceedings, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, eds. James D Westwood et al., IOS Press, (published in Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 119:228-33, 2005.) Technical Reports and Articles *Weiss JA, France EP: A constitutive model and finite element representation for transversely isotropic soft tissue structures. Utah Supercomputing Institute Technical Report #46, July 1994. *Weiss JA, Maker BN, Govindjee, S: Finite element implementation of incompressible, transversely isotropic hyperelasticity. U.C. Berkely Report #UCB/SEMM-95-07 June 1995.

14 *Puso MA, Laursen T, Weiss JA: Contact improvements in NIKE3D. University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Report UCRL-JC-125876, 1996. *Puso MA, Weiss JA, Schauer DA: A transversely isotropic hyperelastic shell element. University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Report UCRL-JC-121325, 1996. *Weiss JA, Veress AI, Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD, Gillies RJ, Galons J-P, Guo J: Local measurements of changes in shape and volume between serial volumetric medical images: Application to Niemann-Pick Type C disease progression. Center for High Performance Computing News, University of Utah, 12(3):1-3, 2001. Book Chapters *Woo SL-Y, Weiss JA, MacKenna DA: Biomechanics and Morphology of the Medial Collateral and Anterior Cruciate Ligaments. In Biomechanics of Diarthrodial Joints, eds. VC Mow and SL-Y Woo, Springer-Verlag, 1990. Veress AI, Phatak N, *Weiss JA: Deformable Image Registration with Hyperelastic Warping. In Handbook of Biomedical Image Analysis: Vol. 3, Registration Models (Part A), eds. Suri, Wilson, Laxminarayan, pp. 487-534, 2005. ISBN: 0-306-48607-5 Weiss JA, Veress AI, Gullberg GT, Phatak NS, Sun Q, Parker D, Rabbitt RD: Strain measurement using deformable image registration. In Mechanics of Biological Tissue, eds. Holzapfel GA and Ogden RW, pp. XXX-XXX, Springer, 2006. ISBN: 3-540-25194-4. Abstracts Woo SL-Y, Gomez M, Hawkins D, Weiss J: The measurement of ligament stresses and strains in situ. European Society of Biomechanics Workshop on Biomechanics of Human Knee Ligaments, pg. 19, 1987. Weiss JA, Gomez MA, Hawkins DA, Woo SL-Y: The effect of epiphyseal closure on ligament in situ stresses and strains. 12th Annual Meeting of ASB, 106-107, 1988. Kwan MK, Wall EJ, Weiss JA, Rydevik BL, Garfin SR, Woo SL-Y: A biomechanical analysis of rabbit peripheral nerve: In situ stresses and strains. ASME Biomech Symp AMD 98:109112, 1989. Wang CW, Weiss JA, Albright JP, Buckwalter JA, Woo SL-Y: The effects of long term exercise on the structural and mechanical properties of the canine medial collateral ligament. ASME Biomech Symp AMD 98:69-72, 1989. Ohland KJ, Weiss JA, Wang CW, Woo SL-Y: The effects of age and sex on the biomechanical properties of the medial collateral ligament. ASME Biomech Symp BED 15:113-114, 1989. Weiss JA, Ohland KJ, Newton PO, Danto MI, Horibe S, Young EP, Woo SL-Y: A new injury model to study medial collateral ligament healing. Trans of 36th Annual ORS 51(1):60, 1990. Wang CW, Weiss JA, Albright J, Buckwalter JA, Martin R, Woo SL-Y: Life-long exercise and aging effects on the canine medial collateral ligament. Trans of 36th Annual ORS 51(2):518, 1990. Weiss JA, Ohland KJ, Anderson DR, Newton PO: Long-term healing of the femur-medial collateral ligament-tibia complex. Abstracts of the First World Congress of Biomechanics, 2:28, 1990. Woo SL-Y, Weiss JA, MacKenna DA: The biomechanics and morphology of the medial collateral and anterior cruciate ligaments. Abstracts of the First World Congress of Biomechanics, 2:292, 1990. Woo SL-Y, Ohland KJ, Weiss JA: Healing of the ruptured MCL and its insertion sites. AOSSM/JOSSM Trans-Pacific Meeting, Jan 1991, pp 74-75, Kauai, Hawaii.

15 Ohland KJ, Weiss JA, Anderson DR and Woo SL-Y: Long-term healing of the medial collateral ligament (MCL) and its insertion sites. Trans of 37th annual ORS, 16(1):158, 1991. Ohland KJ, Woo SL-Y, Weiss JA, Takai S, Shelley FJ: Healing of combined injuries of the rabbit medial collateral ligament and its insertions: A long term study on the effects of conservative vs. surgical treatment. ASME Advances in Bioengineering, 20:447-448, 1991. Weiss JA, France EP, Bagley AM, Blomstrom GL: Measurement of 2-D strains in ligaments under tension. Trans of 38th Annual ORS, 17(2):662, 1992. Greenwald RM, Weiss JA, France EP: Kinematic measurements using video motion analysis. Proc 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics 1:185, 1994. Weiss JA, Painter JA, France EP: Finite element mesh generation of the knee and its soft tissues from CT data. Proc 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics 1:149, 1994. Weiss JA, Maker BN, France EP: A constitutive model and finite element representation for transversely isotropic soft tissues. Proc 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics 2:220, 1994. Weiss JA, Maker BN, Greenwald RM: Finite element implementation of transversely isotropic hyperelasticity. ASME Advances in Bioengineering 28:137-138, 1994. Weiss JA, Beck CL, Levine RE, Greenwald RM: Effects of platelet-derived growth factor on early medial collateral ligament healing. Trans 41st Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 20(1):159, 1995. Weiss JA, Beck CL, Greenwald RM: Microvasculature of the normal and healing medial collateral ligament. Trans 41st Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 20(1):162, 1995. McKernan DJ, Weiss JA, Deffner KT, Greenwald RM: Tensile properties of gracilis, semitendinosus and patellar tendons from the same donor. Trans 41st Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 20(1):39, 1995. Weiss JA, Maker BN, Schauer DA: Inclusion of residual stress in finite element models of transversely isotropic soft tissues. Proceedings, U.S. National Congress for Computational Mechanics, 3:221, June 1995. Puso, MA, Weiss, JA, Maker BN, Schauer, DA: A hyperelastic shell element for modeling transversely isotropic soft tissues. Proceedings, U.S. National Congress for Computational Mechanics, 3:218, June 1995. Moor EH, Schauer DA, Weiss JA: Mesh generation for a finite element model of the human leg. Proc ASME Bioengineering Conference BED-29:51-52, 1995. Weiss JA: Computational modeling of ligament and tendon mechanics. Proc ASME Bioengineering Conference BED-29:163-164, 1995. Puso MA, Weiss JA, Maker BN, Schauer DA: A transversely isotropic hyperelastic shell finite element. Proc ASME Bioengineering Conference BED-29:103-104, 1995. Weiss JA, Maker BN, Schauer DA: Treatment of initial stress in hyperelastic finite element models of soft tissues. Proc ASME Bioengineering Conference BED-29:105-106, 1995. Rabbitt RD, Weiss JA, Christensen GE: Mapping inter-subject variations in tissue geometry. Proc ASME Bioengineering Conference BED-29:53-54, 1995. Weiss JA: A model for the material behavior of ligaments and tendons. Proc ASME Winter Annual Meeting, BED-31:97-98, 1995. Puso MA, Weiss JA: Finite element implementation of anisotropic quasilinear viscoelasticity. Proc ASME Winter Annual Meeting, BED-31:57-58, 1995. Richards M, Weiss JA, Alsberg E, Shibuya T, Schaffler MB, Goldstein SA, Goulet JA: Mechanical strain environment controls new bone formation during distraction osteogenesis. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-23:377-378, 1996. Weiss JA, Schauer DA, Gardiner JC: Modeling contact in biological joints using penalty and augmented Lagrangian methods. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-23:347-348, 1996.

16 Perfect SA, Weiss JA, Miller GJ, Ashby AE, Hollerbach K: Changes in tibial component polyethylene stresses with joint position: Effect of posterior stabilization. Trans 43rd Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 22(2):642, 1997. Gardiner JC and Weiss JA: Effects of flexion angle and valgus rotation on stresses in the human medial collateral ligament. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference BED-35:2728, 1997. Ward AS, Weiss JA, Greenwald RM, Rasmussen GL: Development of a finite element model to simulate tibial component implantation. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference BED-35:103-104, 1997. Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD, Weiss JA, Maker BN: Use of medical image data to compute strain fields in biological tissue. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference BED-35:191-192, 1997. Richards M, Waanders NA, Weiss JA, Bhatia V, Schaffler MB, Goldstein SA, Goulet JA: Decreased gap strains during distraction influence the architecture of regenerate bone. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference BED-35:501-502, 1997. Quapp KM and Weiss JA: Material characterization of human medial collateral ligament. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-36:191-192, 1997. Richards M, Hernandez MJ, Weiss JA, Wineman AS, Goulet JA, Goldstein SA: The largedeformation behavior of mesenchymal distraction gap tissue. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-36:135-136, 1997. Richards M, Bhatia V, Weiss JA, Gibson GJ, Schaffler MB, Goulet JA, Goldstein SA: Increased shear strains affect the in vivo production of cartilaginous collagens during distraction. Trans 44th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 23(2):598, 1998. Gardiner JC and Weiss JA: Experimental testing and computational modeling to determine the stress-strain distribution in the human medial collateral ligament. Trans 44th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 23(2):1027, 1998. Quapp KM and Weiss JA: Multidirectional material properties of human medial collateral ligament. Trans 44th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 23(2):614, 1998. Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD, Weiss JA: Warping template finite element models into alignment with subject specific image data. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-39:289-290, 1998. Weiss JA, Moulis PM, Ayliffe HE, Rosenberg TD, Cooley VJ: Finite element simulation of stresses in healing cartilage defects. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-39:263-264, 1998. Gardiner JC and Weiss JA: Representation of anisotropy in constitutive models of biological soft tissues. ASME Advances in Bioengineering BED-39:233-234, 1998. Weiss JA, Gardiner JC: Stresses in the human medial collateral ligament during valgus loading. Proc 3rd World Congress of Biomechanics, p. 132, 1998. Weiss JA, Gardiner JC: Stresses in the human medial collateral ligament during valgus loading. Proc 5th Japan-USA-Singapore-China Conference on Biomechanics, pp. 116-117, 1998. Rosenberg TD, Weiss JA, Moulis P, Deffner KT, Cooley VJ: A finite element simulation of stresses in chondral defects. 1998 International Cartilage Repair Society Meeting, November 1998. Rosenberg TD, Weiss JA, Moulis P, Deffner KT, Cooley VJ: Effect of defect size and location on stress and deformation near femoral condyle cartilage defects. Proc 18th Annual Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting, p. 11, 1999. Deffner KT, Cooley VJ, Weiss JA, Rosenberg TD, Greenwald RM: The effect of microperforation on the healing of rabbit medial collateral ligament. Trans 45th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society 24(2):1061, 1999. JC Gardiner and JA Weiss: Analysis of transversely isotropic soft tissues under finite shear conditions. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 42:443-444, 1999.

17 Bowden AE, Rabbitt RD, Weiss JA: Stress and strain in the human distal phalanx under indentation. Proc 21st Annual EMBS Conference (1st joint with BMES), p.512, 1999. Pfaeffle J, Manson T, Fischer K, Weiss J, Tomaino M, Herndon J, Woo SL-Y: A fiber network model to describe stress and strain in the interosseous ligament of the forearm. Proc 23rd Annual American Society of Biomechanics, 40-41, 1999. Gardiner J, Cordaro N, Weiss J: Elastic and viscoelastic shear properties of the medial collateral ligament. Trans 46th Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 25:63, 2000. Gardiner J, Weiss J: Strain in the human medial collateral ligament during valgus loading. Trans 46th Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 25:774, 2000. Pfaeffle J, Weiss J, Gardiner J, Fischer K, Manson T, Tomaino M, Herndon J, Woo SL-Y: The effect of forearm rotation on stress distribution in the interosseous ligament of the human forearm. Trans 46th Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 25:421, 2000. Weiss J, Maakestad B, Nisbet J: The permeability of human medial collateral ligament. Trans 46th Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 25:783, 2000. Weiss J, Lai A, Loui S, Nisbet J: Behavior of human medial collateral ligament in unconfined compression. Trans 46th Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 25:781, 2000. Hansen KA, Weiss JA, Barton JK: OCT imaging of ligament birefringence during uniaxial extension. International Symposium for Ligaments and Tendons, Orlando, FL, March 2000. Weiss JA, Hoying JB, Loui SJ, Tessen J: Mechanical properties of vascularized collagen scaffolds. Trans 47th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 26:597, 2001. Weiss JA: Angiogenesis and ligament healing. International Symposium for Ligaments and Tendons, San Francisco, CA, February 2001. Galons J-P, Veress AI, Guo J, Peltonen L, Lanier LL, Weiss JA, Gillies R: Dynamic registration of high resolution 3-D images from mouse brain. Proc Intl Soc Mag Reson Med 9:1489, 2001. Stabile KJ, Pfaeffle HJ, Weiss JA, Gabriel MT, Tomaino MM, Fischer KJ: Longitudinal and transverse mechanical properties of the interosseous ligament of the forearm. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 50:363-364, 2001. Weiss JA, Bonifasi-Lista C, Gardiner JC: Determination of ligament shear properties using a finite element parameter estimation technique. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 50:43-44, 2001. Veress AI, Weiss JA, Gullberg GT, Vince DG, Rabbitt RD: Validation for the determination of strain and displacement fields in coronary arteries imaged by intravascular ultrasound. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 50:71-72, 2001. Haridas B, Butler DL, Weiss JA: Age dependent differences in compressive viscoelasticity in the rabbit flexor tendon. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 50:105-106, 2001. Gardiner JC, Maker BN, Weiss JA: An iterative update algorithm to enforce initial stretch in hyperelastic finite element models of soft tissue. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 50:359-360, 2001. Haridas B, Butler DL, Weiss JA: Location- and strain-dependent relaxation in the rabbit flexor digitorum profundus tendon. Proc International Symposium on Ligaments and Tendons, 2001. Bonifasi-Lista C, Lake S, Ellis B, Rosenberg TD, Weiss JA: Strain- and rate-dependent viscoelastic properties of human MCL in tension. Trans 48th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 27:609, 2002. Gardiner JC, Rosenberg TD, Weiss JA: In situ strains in the human medial collateral ligamentare nonuniform and transmit significant forces to the bones. Trans 48th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 27:599, 2002.

18 Krishnan L, Weiss JA, Wessman MD, Hoying JB, Das R: Viscoelastic characterization of collagen gel constructs. Proc 4th World Congress on Biomechanics, Calgary, CA, p.1014, July 2002. Gardiner JC, Weiss JA: Subject-specific finite element modeling of the human medial collateral ligament. Proc 4th World Congress on Biomechanics, Calgary, CA, p.1099, July 2002. Newman WJ, Debski RE, Gardiner JC, Moore SM, Weiss JA: Function of the anterior band of the inferior glenohumeral ligament during the load and shift test. Proc ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, New Orleans, IMECE2002-32497, November 2002. Veress AI, Weiss JA, Gillies RJ, Bowden AE, Galons J-P, Rabbitt RD: Deformable image registration of mouse brain MRI data using hyperelastic warping. Proc ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, New Orleans, IMECE2002-32375, November 2002. Bonifasi-Lista C, Lake SP, Small MS, Weiss JA: Viscoelastic properties of the human MCL in the transverse direction. Proc ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, New Orleans, IMECE2002-32621, November 2002. Bonifasi-Lista C, Lake SP, Small MS, Weiss JA: Multiaxial viscoelastic properties of the human MCL. 49th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 28:808, 2003. Das R, Krishnan L, Evensen C, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Changes in gene expression related to angiogenesis, MMPs and ECM following partial injury to the medial collateral ligament. 49th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 28:821, 2003. Krishnan L, Hoying JB, Das R, Weiss JA: Angiogenesis alters the material properties of the extracellular matrix. 49th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 28:278, 2003. Gardiner JC, Weiss JA: Subject-specific finite element models can predict strain in the human medial collateral ligament. 49th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 28:805, 2003. Krishnan L, Song H, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Effects of angiogenesis on the material properties of the extracellular matrix: Correlation with gene expression. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, 949-950, 2003. Kim S-E, Phatak N, Buswell H, Jeong E-K, Weiss JA, Parker D: Short TE double echo 3D SPGR acquisition for short T2 imaging. Proc.11th Scientific Meeting of International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Toronto, Canada, 2003 Debski RE, Weiss JA, McMahon PJ: In-situ force, stress and strain distribution in the glenohumeral capsule. Current Basic Science in Shoulder and Elbow, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, Dana Point, CA, October 11, 2003. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Tuttle BD, Weiss JA: Development and validation of a finite element model of the pelvis. Proceedings of 2003 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Washington, D.C., November 16-21, 2003, IMECE2003-43134. Newman WJ, Debski RE, Moore SM, Weiss JA: Development of a finite element model of the inferior glenohumeral ligament of the glenohumeral joint. Proceedings of 2003 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Washington, D.C., November 16-21, 2003, IMECE2003-43137. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Tuttle BD, Weiss JA: A subject-specific finite element model of the pelvis accurately predicts cortical strains under acetabular loading. 50th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 29:1334, 2004. Phatak NS, McCann JL, Sun Q, Kim SE, Parker DL, Jeong EK, Sanders RK, Veress AI, Weiss, JA: Noninvasive measurement of ligament strain. 50th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 29:893, 2004. Das R, Krishnan L, Evensen C, Weiss JA: MCL healing at early time points: Biomechanics and gene expression. 50th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 29:892, 2004.

19 Lujan TJ, Dalton MS, Lake SP, Ellis BJ, Rosenberg TD, Weiss, JA: ACL injury alters MCL strain during anterior-posterior but not varus-valgus loading. 50th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 29:1272, 2004. Sun Q, Burks RT, Greis PE, Weiss JA: An MRI image-based method for quantifying meniscus strains. Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2004. Veress AI, Feng B, Yang Y, Weiss JA, Huesman RH, Gullberg GT: Evaluation of cardiac hyperthropy in spontaneous hypertensive rats using measures of left ventricular deformation and LVEF of cardiac microPET image data. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, September 30 - October 3, 2004, New York, NY. J Nucl Cardiol 11:S21-S22, 2004. Gullberg GT, Huesman RH, Reutter BW, Sitek A, Veress AI, Weiss JA, Qi J, Yang Y: A study of changes in deformation and metabolism in the left ventricle as a function of hypertrophy in SHR rats using microPET technology. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Nuclear Cardiology, Portugal, 2005. Sun Q, Burks RT, Greis PE, Phatak NS, Weiss JA: Noninvasive measurement of meniscus strain using hyperelastic warping. Proceedings, 51th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 30:478, 2005. Moore SM, Debski RE, Ellis B, McMahon PJ, Weiss JA: All three regions of the inferior glenohumeral ligament contribute to anterior stability. Proceedings, 51th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 30:804, 2005. Dalton MS, Ellis BJ, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: MCL insertion site and contact forces in the ACLdeficient knee. Proceedings, 51th Annual Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 30:814, 2005. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Ellis BJ, Balling SJ, Weiss JA: Validation of bone strains and cartilage contact stress in a 3-D finite element model of the human hip. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, abstract #b0363637, Vail, CO, June 22-26, 2005. Ionescu IM, Guilkey JE, Berzins M, Kirby RM, Weiss JA: Simulation of soft tissue failure with the Material Point Method. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, abstract #b0077257, Vail, CO, June 22-26, 2005. Guilkey JE, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Large-scale modeling of the mechanical behavior of multicellular constructs. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, abstract #b0237850, Vail, CO, June 22-26, 2005. Krishnan L, Ngyuen H, Song H, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Gene expression in a three-dimensional model of angiogenesis: Relation to matrix mechanical properties. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, abstract #b0290109, Vail, CO, June 22-26, 2005. Ellis BJ, Dalton MS, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: Subject-specific finite element modeling of MCL mechanics in the ACL-deficient knee. Proc ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, abstract #b0043804, Vail, CO, June 22-26, 2005. Henninger HJ, Underwood CJ, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: Decorin proteoglycans do not resist shear deformation in ligament. Accepted, BMES Annual Meeting, July 2005. Veress AI, Segars WP, Tsui BMW, Weiss JA, Gullberg GT: Normal and ischemic NCAT SPECT simulations based on physiologically realistic left ventricle FE models. Proc. 1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, August 2005. Anderson AE, Peters CL, Ellis BJ, Balling SJ, Weiss JA: Finite element modeling of hip joint biomechanics. Proc. 1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, August 2005. Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Lujan TJ, Thompson BM, Weiss JA: Decorin proteoglycans do not resist shear deformation in ligament. Proc. 1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, August 2005.

20 Krishnan L, Nguyen H, Song H, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Alterations in gene expression and mechanical properties due to angiogenesis. Proc. 1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, August 2005. Lujan TJ, Thompson BM, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Effect of ACL transection on MCL strains during anterior tibial translation and valgus rotation. Proc. 1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, August 2005. Ionescu I, Weiss JA, Guilkey JE, Cole M, Kirbey RM, Berzins M: Ballistic injury simulation using the Material Point Method. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference 14, August 2005. Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: Glycosaminoglycan concentration and species in human knee ligaments. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2006. Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Whitaker RT, Maas SA, Weiss JA: Fine structure and orientation of sulfated glycosaminoglycans in human knee ligament. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2006. Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Weiss JA: Dermatan Sulfate glycosaminoglycans do not contribute to the shear or tensile material behavior of the human MCL. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2006. Ionescu I, Guilkey JE, Berzins M, Kirby RM, Weiss JA: A failure model for soft tissues using Material Point Method. 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Jan 18, 2006. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Maas SA, Peters CL, Weiss JA: Experimental measurement and finite element prediction of cartilage contact stress in the human hip joint under physiological loading. 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Jan 18, 2006. *Ateshian GA, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Equivalence between instantaneous biphasic and incompressible elastic material response. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, July 2006. Henninger HB, Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, *Weiss JA: Distribution and mechanical implications of dermatan sulfate in human medial collateral ligament. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, July 2006. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Maas SA, Peters CL, Ateshian GA, *Weiss JA: Experimental measurement and finite element predictions of cartilage contact pressures in the human hip. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, July 2006. Rainis EJ, Moore SM, Weiss JA, *Debski RE: Optimal constitutive model for the glenohumeral capsule: Implications for finite element modeling. ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, July 2006. Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: Influence of Sulfated Glycosaminoglycans on Ligament Mechanics. Proceedings of the Biomedical Engineering Society Conference, October 2006. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Maas SA, Peters CL, Weiss JA: Validation of hip joint contact pressures in a subject-specific finite element model. 53nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2007. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Peters CL, Weiss JA: Factors influencing cartilage thickness measurements using multi-detector CT: A phantom study. 53nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2007. Henninger HB, Maas SA, Whitaker RT, Weiss JA: 3D geometry of sulfated glycosaminoglycans in collagen: Analysis of transmission electron microscopy data. 53nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2007.

21 Phatak NS, Sun Q, Kim SE, Parker DL, Sanders RK, Veress AI, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA: Noninvasive measurement of MCL strain with deformable image registration. 53nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, February 2007. Anderson AE, Ellis BJ, Peters CL, Weiss JA: Accuracy of cartilage geometry reconstruction from volumetric CT data: A phantom study. Proc. ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, SBC2007- 174936, 2007. Birchler BA, Guilkey JE, Ellis BJ, Maas S, Weiss JA: Effects of interface conditions and volume fraction on the apparent stiffness of surrogate multicellular constructs. Proc. ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, SBC2007-176779, 2007. Krishnan L, Underwood CJ, Maas SA, Ellis BJ, Kode TC, Hoying JB, Weiss JA: Microvascular orientation during angiogenesis: Effects of mechanical stretch and boundary conditions. Proc. ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, SBC2007-176598, 2007. Drury NJ, Ellis BJ, Moore SM, Weiss JA, Debski RE: Maximum principal strains in the glenohumeral capsule during a clinical exam: A validated finite element model. Proc. ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, SBC2007-175358, 2007. Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, Jacobs NT, Weiss JA: Tissue swelling during extended material testing of ligaments. Proc. ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, SBC2007-175358, 2007. Henninger HB, Maas SA, Shepherd JH, Weiss JA: Transverse isotropy of sulfated glycosaminoglycans in human medial collateral ligament: A quantitative analysis. 54th Annual meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, March 2008. Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, Jacobs NT, Weiss JA: Contribution of glycosaminoglycans to the viscoelastic tensile behavior of human ligament. 54th Annual meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, March 2008. Drury NJ, Ellis BJ, Weiss JA, McMahon PJ, Debski RE: The impact of glenoid labrum thickness and modulus on labrum and glenohumeral capsule pathology. 54th Annual meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, March 2008.

GRANTS Current, Extramural Title: Biomechanics of the Dysplastic Hip Organization: National Institutes of Health (1R01AR053344) Dr. Weiss' Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 07/01/2007 - 06/30/2012 Title: Origins of Elasticity and Viscoelasticity in Knee Ligaments Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIAMS #2R01AR047369-05) Amount: $1,190,395 total costs over 5 years, $238,079 annual total costs, $159,250 annual direct costs Role in Project: PI Dates: 9/1/04 - 8/31/09 Title: Angiogenesis and the Extracellular Matrix Organization: National Institutes of Health (NHLBI) #R01 HL077683-01

22 Amount: $1,668,311 total costs over 4 years ($329,733 direct costs and $79,655 indirect costs during 2003-2004) Role in Project: PI Dates: 1/1/2004 - 12/31/2008 Title: Glenohumeral Joint Stability: Role of the Capsule Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIAMS #1R01AR050218-01A1) Amount: $1,112,033 total costs over 4 years, $225,000 annual direct costs ($373,161 total costs for subcontract to U. Utah) Principal Investigator: Richard Debski, Dept of Orthopaedics, University of Pittsburgh Role in Project: Co-Investigator (PI on subcontract to Utah) Dates: 4/1/2004 - 3/31/2008 Title: Fabricated Microvascular Networks Organization: National Institutes of Health (1R01EB007556) Dr. Weiss' Role in Project: Co-Investigator Principal Investigator(s): James Hoying Subcontract from: University of Louisville Subcontract PI: Jeffrey Weiss Dates: 07/10/2007 - 04/30/2011 Title: Efficient Methods for Multi-Domain Biomechanical Simulations Organization: National Institutes of Health (1R01EB006735-01) Amount: $125,600 totals costs for subcontract over 3 years Role in Project: Co-Investigator (PI on subcontract to Utah) Principal Investigator(s): Antonie Van Den Bogert Subcontract from: Cleveland Clinic Dates: 10/1/06 ­ 9/30/09 Title: Capsular Restraints to Total Hip Dislocation Organization: National Institutes of Health (1R01AR053553-01) Amount: $305,518 total costs for subcontract over 4 years Role in Project: Co-Investigator (PI on subcontract to Utah) Principal Investigator(s): Thomas D. Brown Subcontract from: University of Iowa Subcontract PI: Jeffrey Weiss Dates: 9/25/06 ­ 8/31/10 Title: Mechanisms Impairing Finger Extension Following Stroke Organization: National Institutes of Health (1R01NS052369) Dr. Weiss' Role in Project: Co-Investigator Principal Investigator(s): Derek Kamper Subcontract from: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Subcontract PI: Jeffrey Weiss Dates: 12/15/2007 - 08/31/2012 Title: Improved Cardiac SPECT-CT with Converging Hole Collimation Organization: National Institutes of Health (R01 EB000121) Dr. Weiss' Role in Project: Co-Investigator

23 Principal Investigator(s): Grant T. Gullberg Subcontract from: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subcontract PI: Larry Zeng Dates: 07/01/2007 - 06/30/2011 Current, Intramural

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Organization: National Science Foundation, Biomedical Engineering and Aiding the Disabled, #BES-0134503 Title: CAREER: In vivo quantification of tissue deformation and growth from medical image data Amount: $374,275 total ($55,820 direct costs and $19,180 indrect costs during 2003-2004) Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 9/2002 - 8/2007 Organization: Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Title: Comparative Stress Analysis of Hip Dysplasia Amount: $100,000 total costs over 2 years Principal Investigator: Chris Peters Role in Project: Co-Principal Investigator Dates: 7/1/04 - 12/31/06 Organization: Department of Orthopedics / Chris Peters, M.D., University of Utah Title: Computational modeling of total hip arthroplasty: development and validation Amount: $70,000 total (graduate student salary), $20,000/yr (paid directly to my graduate student Andrew Anderson through Department of Orthopedics) Role in Project: co-Principal Investigator Dates: 8/1/01 - 7/31/05 Organization: Department of Energy Title: Center for Simulation of Accidental Fires and Explosions (CSAFE) Estimated Amount: ~$5,000,000/yr Amount: $26,000 direct costs during 2003/2004 (1 month of salary for JW plus support for 1 PhD student) Principal Investigator: David Pershing Role in Project: Consultant Dates: 10/1/1997 - 11/30/2008 Organization: National Institutes of Health, #R01-EB000121-14 Title: Improved Cardiac SPECT with convergent hole collimeters Amount: $2,868,190 total (1 month of salary support for JW [~$9,000] plus ~$40,000 for a postdoc salary = ~$49,000 direct costs during 2003-2004) Principal Investigator: Grant T. Gullberg, Department of Radiology, University of Utah Role in Project: Co-Investigator Dates: 4/1/2002 - 3/31/2006

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Organization: DARPA Title: Virtual Soldier: Cardiothoracic Models Amount: $646,058 total costs ($457,64 direct costs and $188,417 indirect costs during 20032004) Principal Investigator: Chris Johnson Role in Project: Co-Principal Investigator Dates: 10/1/2004 - 8/31/2005 Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIAMS), #R01-AR47369-01 Title: Mechanics of the MCL in Normal and ACL-Deficient Knees Amount: $425,000 total direct costs ($97,000 direct costs and $48,500 indirect costs during 2003-2004) Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 9/1/2000 - 8/31/2004 Organization: National Institutes of Health (NCRR, #1 S10 RR017214-01 Title: Proteins to Populations: A Metacluster for Bioinformatics Amount: Approx. $2,000,000 direct costs Principal Investigator: Julio Facelli Role in Project: Co-Investigator Dates: 10/1/02-9/30/04 Organization: Whitaker Foundation (Transition Grant) Title: Function of Capsuloligamentous Structures at GH Joint Amount: $56,861 direct costs ($11,707 for subcontract; $9,756 direct costs and $1,951 indirect costs during 2003-2004) Principal Investigator: Richard Debski, Dept of Orthopaedics, University of Pittsburgh Role in Project: co-Investigator (PI on subcontract to Utah) Dates: 9/1/2003 - 8/31/2004 Organization: University of Utah Funding Incentive Seed Grant 51003026 Title: "Patient-Specific Computational Models for Preoperative Surgical Planning of Total Hip Arthroplasty and Correction of Hip Dysplasia ." Amount: $35,000 total costs ($17,500 direct costs during 2003/2004) Principal Investigator: Chris Peters, Department of Orthopedics, University of Utah Role/Purpose: Co-PI Dates: 3/01/2003 ­ 02/29/04 Organization: Department of Orthopedics / Robert T. Burks, M.D., University of Utah Title: Mechanics of Meniscal Replacement Amount: $90,000 total (postdoctoral fellow salary) Role in Project: co-Principal Investigator Dates: 8/1/01 - 7/31/04 Organization: The Whitaker Foundation, #RG-99-0376 Subcontract from University of Pittsburgh, PI - Richard Debski Title: Function of the capsuloligamentous structures at the glenohumeral joint during a simulated clinical exam

25 Amount: $239,918 total ($26,160 for subcontract) Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 9/2000 - 8/2003 Organization: The Aircast Foundation, #RF699 Title: Effect of anti-angiogenic treatment on ligament healing Amount: $100,000 total Role in Project; Principal Investigator Dates: 12/1/2000 - 11/30/2002 Organization: National Institutes of Health (NCI), #1R01 CA82813-01A2 Subcontract from University of Arizona, PI - Robert J. Gillies Title: Registration of high resolution volumetric MRI Images of the Brain Amount: $606,635 total ($41,138 for subcontract) Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 5/1/2001 - 5/31/2002 Organization: Parseghian Foundation Subcontract from University of Arizona, PI - Robert Gililes Title: Registration of high-resolution volumetric MRI images of the brain Amount: $50,311 total for subcontract Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 11/2000 - 4/2002 Organization: Howmedica/Osteonics Title: Mechanical analysis of patellar components for total knee arthroplasty Amount: $25,000 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 8/1/01 - 11/30/02 Organization: National Institutes of Health Organization: The Whitaker Foundation Transitional Grants Title: Compressibility and Permeability Studies of the Medial Collateral Ligament Estimated Amount: $69,437 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 3/1999 - 7/2000 Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIDCD #PO1-DC01837) Title: Neural mechanisms of vestibular function in fish (program project) Estimated Amount: $12,755/yr direct costs for 5 years Principal Investigator, Project 2: Richard D. Rabbitt Role in Project: Co-Investigator Dates: 4/1/1999 - 3/31/2004 Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIDCD #RO1-DC03658) Title: Mechanics of angular motion transduction by the semicircular canals (RO1) Estimated Amount: $8,503/yr direct costs for 5 years Principal Investigator: Richard D. Rabbitt Role in Project: Co-Investigator

26 Dates: 12/1/1998 - 11/30/2003 Organization: General Motors/NHTSA Title: Material models for ligament and annulus fibrosis - implementations for membrane and solid finite elements. Amount: $40,000 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 2/1/1999 - 6/30/2000 Organization: General Motors/Delphi Title: Development of a deformable human finite element model for biomechanical analyses of automobile passenger ergonomics Amount: $145,000 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 2/1/1997 - 7/31/1998 Organization: The University of Utah Technology Innovation Grants Title: Software to Incorporate Image Data into Continuum Mechanics Analyses Amount: $87,000 total Principal Investigator: Richard D. Rabbitt, Department of Bioengineering, U. Utah Role in Project: Co-Principal Investigator Dates: 7/1996 - 6/1998 Organization: General Motors/NHTSA Title: Development of 1D and 3D finite element representations for passive and active muscle behavior. Amount: $40,000 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 2/1/1997 - 1/31/1998 Organization: Lawrence Livermore National Laboraory Laboratory-Directed Research and DevelopmentTitle: implant design Amount: $1,000,000 direct costs Role in Project: Co-Principal Investigator Dates: 10/1995 - 9/1997 Organization: The Whitaker Foundation Title: Computational Modeling of Ligament Mechanics Amount: $179,949 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 4/1995 - 10/1998 Organization: Foundation for Sports Medicine Education and Research Title: Microvasculature of the Normal and Healing Medial Collateral Ligament and its Insertions to Bone. Amount: $43,000.00 total Role in Project: Co-Principal Investigator Dates: 2/1993 - 2/1994

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Organization: Biomet, US Surgical Title: Augmentation of a tendon healing model with a bioresorbable patch: Biomechanical and histological study. Amount: $23,000.00 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 3/1992 - 8/1993 Organization: Deseret Foundation, LDS Hospital Title: Numerical Model to study Kinematics of Normal and Injured Knees. Amount: $9,919.50 total Role in Project: Principal Investigator Dates: 9/1991 - 8/1992 CONSULTING Amedica, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT Bard Access Systems, Salt Lake City, UT Collagen Matrix, Inc., Franklin Lakes, NJ Delphi Automotive Systems, MI Easton Technical Products, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT General Motors, MI Genzyme Corporation, Framingham, MA Kenyon and Kenyon Intellectual Property Law, New York, NY Megadyne Medical Products, Salt Lake City, UT Microsoft, Redmond, WA Mrazek Cycles, Salt Lake City, UT Law Offices of Risner and Graham, Tucson, AZ Law Offices of Trask, Britt, and Rossa, Salt Lake City, UT

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