Dr. Olga Panagiotopoulou
Dr. Olga Panagiotopoulou
Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, School of Biomedical Sciences, Monash University
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Finite element analysis (FEA): applying an engineering method to functional morphology in anthropology and human biology
O Panagiotopoulou
Annals of human biology 36 (5), 609-623, 2009
RETRACTED: Modelling subcortical bone in finite element analyses: A validation and sensitivity study in the macaque mandible
O Panagiotopoulou, N Curtis, P O’Higgins, SN Cobb
Journal of biomechanics 43 (8), 1603-1611, 2010
What makes an accurate and reliable subject-specific finite element model? A case study of an elephant femur
O Panagiotopoulou, SD Wilshin, EJ Rayfield, SJ Shefelbine, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (67), 351-361, 2012
Statistical parametric mapping of the regional distribution and ontogenetic scaling of foot pressures during walking in Asian elephants (Elephas maximus)
O Panagiotopoulou, TC Pataky, Z Hill, JR Hutchinson
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (9), 1584-1593, 2012
A preliminary case study of the effect of shoe-wearing on the biomechanics of a horse’s foot
O Panagiotopoulou, JW Rankin, SM Gatesy, JR Hutchinson
PeerJ 4, e2164, 2016
The mechanical significance of morphological variation in the macaque mandibular symphysis during mastication
O Panagiotopoulou, SN Cobb
American journal of physical anthropology 146 (2), 253-261, 2011
Balancing the spatial demands of the developing dentition with the mechanical demands of the catarrhine mandibular symphysis
SN Cobb, O Panagiotopoulou
Journal of anatomy 218 (1), 96-111, 2011
Size-related changes in foot impact mechanics in hoofed mammals
SE Warner, P Pickering, O Panagiotopoulou, T Pfau, L Ren, ...
PloS one 8 (1), 2013
Foot pressure distributions during walking in African elephants (Loxodonta africana)
O Panagiotopoulou, TC Pataky, M Day, MC Hensman, S Hensman, ...
Royal Society open science 3 (10), 160203, 2016
In vivo bone strain and finite element modeling of a rhesus macaque mandible during mastication
O Panagiotopoulou, J Iriarte-Diaz, S Wilshin, PC Dechow, AB Taylor, ...
Zoology 124, 13-29, 2017
Architecture of the sperm whale forehead facilitates ramming combat
O Panagiotopoulou, P Spyridis, HM Abraha, DR Carrier, TC Pataky
PeerJ 4, e1895, 2016
Testing the adaptive significance of the catarrhine symphysis using finite element analysis
O Panagiotopoulou, SN Cobb
Annual Meeting of the American-Association-of-Physical-Anthropologists 2009, 2009
“Keep your feet on the ground”: Simulated range of motion and hind foot posture of the Middle Jurassic sauropod Rhoetosaurus brownei and its implications for …
A Jannel, JP Nair, O Panagiotopoulou, A Romilio, SW Salisbury
Journal of morphology 280 (6), 849-878, 2019
Foot pressure distribution in White Rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum) during walking
O Panagiotopoulou, TC Pataky, JR Hutchinson
PeerJ 7, e6881, 2019
Biomechanical implications of cortical elastic properties of the macaque mandible
PC Dechow, O Panagiotopoulou, P Gharpure
Zoology 124, 3-12, 2017
Ten simple rules for writing a comparative software review
A Beeston, L Blazic, N Chue Hong, R Domander, R Mounce, RT Wilson
PeerJ PrePrints 4, e2221v1, 2016
The mechanical function of the periodontal ligament in the macaque mandible: a validation and sensitivity stud y using finite element analysis.
O Panagiotopoulou, K Kupczik, SN Cobb
Biomechanics of mammalian feet during locomotion: an integrative 3D analysis
O Panagiotopoulou, J Rankin, S Gatesy, J Hutchinson
The FASEB Journal 29 (1_supplement), 342.5, 2015
The effect of the spatial demands of the developing dentition on the mechanical performance of the mandibular symphysis in juveniles
O Panagiotopoulou, SN Cobb
Annual Meeting of the American-Association-of-Physical-Anthropologists 2010, 2010
Biomechanical insights into the role of foot pads during locomotion in camelid species
CJ Clemente, TJM Dick, CL Glen, O Panagiotopoulou
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
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