Enrico Schileo, MSc, PhD

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Enrico Schileo, MSc, PhD
Biomedical Engineer Bic Laboratory
+39-051-6366965

Personal information - Education and work experience

19/10/1977
PhD

Senior Researcher

PhD in Bioengineering, University of Padua, 2006

MSc in Materials Engineering, University of Padua, 2002

2005 – 2010: Research fellow at Laboratorio di Tecnologia Medica, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna
2010 – present: Researcher at Laboratorio di Bioingegneria Computazionale, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna

English.

Finite Element Analysis, with a focus on bone biomechanics. Software development for pre- and post-processing of biomechanical models. Quantitative Muscoloskeletal Imaging

Publications (metric source: Scopus, 01/07/2021))
    • 36 publications in Impacted Journals.
    • H-index = 16; Citations: 1969
    • Five publications with over 199 citations.
A full list of publications and citation indices can be found at:
https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=16647240000
Awards
    • ESB SM Perren Award, 2014;
    • ESB Clinical Biomechanics Award Finalist, 2014;
    • CORS Best Poster Young Investigator, 2013
Peer-reviewing
J Mech Behav Biomed Mater, Bone, J Biomech, J Orthop Res, Clin Biomech, Calcif Tissue Int, Med Image Anal, Med Eng Phys, Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin, Ann Biomed Eng, Biomech Model Mechanobiol, J Vis Exp, Proc Inst Mech Eng Part H, J Biomech Eng
PhD Thesis Reviewer
    • University of Bern, CH (two theses)
    • University of Madrid
Position/Grant reviewer
    • Marie Curie Application (Technical University of Berlin)
    • Austrian Science Foundation
    • Icelandic Research Fund
    • University of Bern
Activities as Principal Investigator
Current
    • Co-PI of the qSINS (Quantitative Spinal Instability Neoplastic Score) project funded by the Italian Ministry of Health, (Project code: RF-2016-02364359, 2018-2021)
    • PI of one research project on the preclinical analysis of a new implantable device and the development of computer-assisted surgical planning procedures for that implant (2021-2022).
Past
    • PI of two research projects on the development of computer-assisted surgical planning procedures (2017-2019).
    • Workflow responsible and IOR activities responsible in VPH-Share (FP7, #269978, 2011-2015);
    • Work-package responsible for two years during VPHOP (FP7, #223865, 2008-2013);
    • Responsible and delegate to the EU Commission for IOR activities in MXL (FP7, #248693, 2010-2013);

Bone Mechanics, Finite Element Modelling, Quantitative Muscoloskeletal Imaging.

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