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Dr. Christopher Eckersley is a biomedical and mechanical engineer at ESi with related expertise in traumatic brain injury (mTBI, concussion, and severe traumatic brain injury), injury analysis, neck injury, and the evaluation of use and non-use of personal safety equipment. His projects span a range of areas, including motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-falls, pediatric injuries, and product liability claims. He also has specialized expertise in blast injury and blast biomechanics, and has analyzed blast injuries in both military and civilian environments.
Prior to joining ESi, Dr. Eckersley earned a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University where he worked in the Injury Biomechanics Laboratory. For his dissertation research, Dr. Eckersley investigated traumatic brain injury in both blunt impact and blast environments. He has also conducted extensive research into areas such as cervical spine injury due to head supported mass, personal protective equipment effectiveness in blunt impact and blast loading environments, and environmental influences on blunt impact head kinematics.
Dr. Eckersley has presented his engineering research at international conferences, and is published in peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of Biomechanical Engineering and the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport.
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