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Dr Harriet Talbott

Miss Harriet Talbott

Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • School of Engineering

Qualifications

  • BEng (University of Hull)
  • PhD (University of Leeds)

Summary

I am a researcher and lecturer within the School of Engineering (Medical Engineering). My research background focusses on the use of computational methods in investigating pathologies of the foot and ankle, with a focus on finite element analysis.

During my PhD, I investigated the consequences of haemophilia on joint health in the ankle, in this time I learned the value of interdisciplinary research, and seek to collaborate with researchers both internally and external to the University of Hull.

As an early career researcher I am keen to mentor enthusiastic researchers in pursuit of an academic career, and welcome interest from potential PhD students or MSc projects in research aligned with my research interests.

I am involved in teaching Level 5 - NHS Medical Engineering in Practice

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

The relationship between subchondral bone cysts and cartilage health in the Tibiotalar joint: A finite element analysis

Talbott, H. G., Wilkins, R. A., Redmond, A. C., Brockett, C. L., & Mengoni, M. (2022). The relationship between subchondral bone cysts and cartilage health in the Tibiotalar joint: A finite element analysis. Clinical biomechanics, 99, Article 105745. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2022.105745

Morphological variation of the hemophilic talus

Talbott, H. G., Wilkins, R. A., Redmond, A. C., Brockett, C. L., & Mengoni, M. (2021). Morphological variation of the hemophilic talus. Clinical Anatomy, 34(6), 941-947. https://doi.org/10.1002/ca.23757

P014 | THE INFLUENCE OF SUBCHONDRAL BONE CYSTS ON TISSUE PRESSURES IN THE TIBIOTALAR JOINT

Talbott, H., Wilkins, R., Redmond, A., Brockett, C., & Mengoni, M. (2020). P014 | THE INFLUENCE OF SUBCHONDRAL BONE CYSTS ON TISSUE PRESSURES IN THE TIBIOTALAR JOINT. Haemophilia, 26(S2), https://doi.org/10.1111/hae.13911

Research interests

Finite Element Analysis; Foot and Ankle Biomechanics; Foot and Ankle Pathologies; Medical Engineering

Postgraduate supervision

I am open to a talented first PhD student with similar research interests, to mine. Feel free to get in touch to discuss opportunities and funding.

Membership/Fellowship of professional body

Member of the European Society of Biomechanics

2022

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