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Speaker: William Marras, Ph.D., Honda Chair Professor and Director, Spine Research Institute, The Ohio State University
Dr. Marras holds the Honda Chair in the department of integrated systems engineering at The Ohio State University. He is the director of the Spine Research Institute encompassing Biodynamics Laboratory and the Center for Occupational Health in Automobile Manufacturing. Dr. Marras has joint academic appointments in the department of orthopedic surgery, the department of neurosurgery and the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation. His research centers on multidimensional causal pathways for spine disorders through quantitative mathematical modeling, laboratory biomechanical studies, personalized mathematical modeling and clinical studies of the lumbar and cervical spines. He holds Fellow status in the American Society for Advancement of Science. In addition, he’s recognized for numerous national and international awards, including two Volvo Awards for lower back pain research.
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8011 The Control of Low Back and Shoulder Disorders Resulting from Pushing and Pulling Activities; and Measuring the Impact of Integrating Safety and Ergonomics with Lean and Six Sigma Processes Across Different-size Manufacturing Companies in Ohio Lecture (one hour) Wed., Mar. 8 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
7135 Personalized Assessment of Low Back Disorders Lecture (one hour) Fri., Mar. 10 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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