Objective and trustworthy.

Elizabeth H. Raphael, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.

Dr. Raphael is an expert in emergency medicine, biomechanics, vehicular injury analysis, accident reconstruction, restraint system analysis, automotive crashworthiness, occupant kinematics, and computer analysis of human motion. She continues to work as an attending emergency physician at Stanford University Hospital.

Dr. Raphael obtained her S.B. degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and her M.D. from Wayne State University School of Medicine.

 

Emily S. Gu, M.S.

Ms. Gu is an expert in biomechanics, injury analysis, occupant kinematics, computer models and simulation, cardiovascular bioengineering, orthopedic bioengineering, soft tissue mechanics, and imaging anatomy.

Ms. Gu obtained both her B.S. degree in biomechanical engineering and her M.S. degree in bioengineering from Stanford University.

 

Shaun B. Jeffs, M.S.

Mr. Jeffs is an expert in biomechanics, injury analysis, spinal stability and control, skeletal mechanics, occupant kinematics, hard and soft tissue mechanics, vehicle dynamics, and accident reconstruction.

Mr. Jeffs obtained his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering and his M.S. degree in mechanical engineering with a specialty in biomechanics and spinal control and stability from Brigham Young University.

 

Parker C. Leach, M.S.

Mr. Leach specializes in biomechanics, dynamics, accident reconstruction, injury analysis, vehicle dynamics, computer simulation, analysis of mechanical systems, control systems, optimization, and aerodynamics.

Mr. Leach obtained both his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering and his M.S. in mechanical engineering from Rice University.

 

Stolworthy

D. Keith Stolworthy, Ph.D., P.E.

Dr. Stolworthy is an expert in biomechanics, injury causation analysis, medical devices, product design, occupant kinematics, vehicle dynamics, accident reconstruction, and mechanical systems analysis.

Dr. Stolworthy obtained his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering from Brigham Young University, where his research focus was biomechanics, intervertebral disc pathology, and product design.

 

Henry Z. Xu, B.S.E.

Mr. Xu specializes in control systems, dynamics, biomechanics, accident reconstruction, rehabilitation equipment design, thermodynamics, material behavior, and computer analysis of motion.

Mr. Xu obtained his B.S.E. degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

 

LeAnn M. Duong, M.S.

Ms. Duong is an expert in biomechanics, skeletal mechanics, occupant kinematics, orthopedic bioengineering, vehicle dynamics, soft tissue mechanics, and cardiovascular bioengineering.

Ms. Duong obtained her B.S. degree in biomechanical engineering and her M.S. degree in mechanical engineering with a specialty in biodynamics from Stanford University.