Jeremy Mogk | Adjunct Professor
BKin (McMaster), MSc (York), PhD (York)
- Principal Research Scientist, Autodesk Research
- Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering
Autodesk Canada Co., Autodesk Research
210 King Street East, Suite 500
Toronto, Ontario M5A 1J7 Canada
+1 416 874-8709 (office)
Complex Systems Research (web)
My research involves developing computer-based representations of the human musculoskeletal and nervous system anatomy that can be used to quantify and visualize the spatial and geometric relationships amongst the nerves, muscles and bones (including anatomical variation).
Such anatomical maps constitute an important blueprint for creating neuromusculoskeletal models, as well as a reference for interpreting sensor data, thus facilitating improved understanding of the flow of information between the central nervous system and external world.
Reference anatomy and neuromusculoskeletal models also provide utility for applications such as surgery planning and the design of sensors and assistive devices.
Li, Z., Mogk, J.P.M., Lee, D., Bibliowicz, J., Agur, A.M. (2015). Development of an architecturally comprehensive database of forearm flexors and extensors from a single cadaveric specimen. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Imaging & Visualization, 3(1): 3-12.
Mogk, J.P.M., Rogers, L.M., Murray, W.M., Perreault, E.J., Stinear, J.W. (2014). Corticomotor excitability of arm muscles is modulated according to static position and orientation of the upper limb. Clinical Neurophysiology, 125(10): 2046-2054.
Mogk, J.P.M., Johanson, M.E., Hentz, V.R., Saul, K.R., Murray, W.M. (2011). A simulation analysis of the combined effects of muscle strength and surgical tensioning on lateral pinch force following brachioradialis to flexor pollicis longus transfer. Journal of Biomechanics, 44(4): 669-675.
Mogk, J.P.M., Goehler, C.M., Hu, X., Riley, Z.A. (2009). Should the neural-mechanical behaviour of a muscle be coupled or co-vary? Journal of Physiology, 587(Pt13): 3065-3066.
Mogk, J.P.M., Keir, P.J. (2009). Modelling posture-related changes in carpal tunnel volume: the effect of landmarks and bone motion. Clinical Biomechanics, 24(9): 708-715.
Mogk, J.P.M., Keir, P.J. (2003). Crosstalk in surface electromyography of the proximal forearm during gripping tasks. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 13(1): 63-71.