38791-Ardestani, Marzieh
Faculty

Marzieh M. Ardestani, PhD

Assistant Research Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Key Publications

n  Journal papers

1. MARZIEH M. ARDESTANI, Zhenxian Chen, Ling Wang, Qin Lian, Yaxiong Liu, Jiankang He, Dichen Li, Zhongmin Jin (2014). “Human lower extremity joint moment prediction: A wavelet neural network approach” Expert Systems with Applications Volume 41, Issue 9, Pages 4422­4433 (Impact factor: 2.3)

2. MARZIEH M. ARDESTANI, Zhenxian Chen, Ling Wang, Qin Lian, Yaxiong Liu, Jiankang He, Dichen Li, Zhongmin Jin (2014). “Feed forward artificial neural network to predict contact force at medial knee joint: Application to gait modification.” Neurocomputing. Volume 41, Issue 9, Pages 4422­4433 (Impact factor: 1.8)

3. Zhenxian Chen, Xuan Zhang, MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Ling Wang, Yaxiong Liu, Qin Lian, Jiankang He, Dichen Li and Zhongmin Jin (2014). “Prediction of in vivo joint mechanics of an artificial knee implant using rigid multi­body dynamics with elastic contacts.” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine, 228(6):564­575 (Impact factor: 1.4)

4. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Mehran Moazen , Zhongmin Jin (2014). “Gait Modification and Optimization using Neural Network­Genetic Algorithm Approach: Application to Knee Rehabilitation.” Expert System with Application, Volume 41, Issue 16, 7466– 7477 (Impact factor: 2.3)

5. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Zhenxian Chen, Ling Wang, Qin Lian, Yaxiong Liu, Jiankang He, Dichen Li, Zhongmin Jin (2014). “A Neural Network Approach for Determining Subject Specific Gait Modification to Reduce Total Knee Force.” Medical Engineering and Physics, Volume 36, Issue 10, Pages 1253–1265 (Impact factor: 2.2)

6. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Mehran Moazen , Zhongmin Jin (2015). “Sensitivity analysis of human lower extremity joint moments due to changes in joint kinematics.” Medical Engineering & Physics, Volume 37, Issue 2, Pages 165–174 (Impact factor: 2.2)

7. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Mehran Moazen , Zhongmin Jin (2015). “A real-time topography of maximum contact pressure distribution at medial tibiofemoral knee implant during gait: Application to knee rehabilitation. Neurocomputing.” Volume 154, Pages 174–188. (Impact factor: 1.8)

8. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Mehran Moazen , Zhongmin Jin (2015). “Posterior Stabilized Versus Cruciate Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty Designs: Reliability and Sensitivity. Medical Engineering and Physics”. Volume 37, Issue 4, Pages 350–360 (Impact factor: 2.2)

9. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Mehran Moazen , Zhongmin Jin (2015). “Contribution of Geometric Design Parameters to Knee Implant Performance: Conflicting Impact of Conformity on Kinematics and Contact Mechanics.” The Knee, Volume 22, Issue 3, Pages 217–224 (Impact factor: 1.7)

10. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI and Mehran Moazen (2016). “How Human Gait Responds to Muscle Impairment in Total Knee Arthroplasty Patients: Muscular Compensations and Articular Perturbations”. Journal of Biomechanics, volume 49, Issue 9, Pages 1620–1633

11. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI and Markus A Wimmer (2016). “Can a Linear Combination of Gait Principal Component Vectors Identify Hip OA Stages?” Journal of Biomechanics; Volume 49, Issue 10, Pages 2023–2030

12. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Christopher Ferrigno, Mehran Moazen , Markus A Wimmer (2016). “From Normal to Fast Walking: Impact of Cadence and Stride Length on Lower Extremity Joint Moments”. Gait and Posture, Volume 46, Pages 118–125

13. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI., Pedro P. Amenábar Edwards, and Markus A. Wimmer. "Prediction of Polyethylene Wear Rates from Gait Biomechanics and Implant Positioning in Total Hip Replacement." Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® (2017): 1-16.

n  Conference Papers

14. M.Mostafavizadeh, F.Sheikholeslam, Maryam Zekri “Artificial Neural Network Classifier of Human motion, Based on Kinetic Parameters”, 2nd International Conference on Control and Automation, Shiraz, Iran.Dec 2011, DOI: 10.1109/ICCIAutom.2011.6356699, IEEE

15. M.Mostafavizadeh, Maryam Zekri, A.Sadri “Walking pattern classification in children with cerebral palsy: A wavelet network approach”, 16th CSI International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Signal Processing. Shiraz University, Iran. May 2012, DOI: 10.1109/AISP.2012.6313752, IEEE

16. M. Mostafavizadeh, et al., “Muscle Activity Prediction Using Wavelet Neural Network”. International conference on wavelet analysis and pattern recognition, Tian jin, China, July 2013

17. M.Mostafavizadeh,et al., Novel Hybrid of Time-Delay Neural Network and Wavelets to Predict  Rich-Frequency Patterns: Application to Gait Biomechanics, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering. International conference on Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering, Phuket, Thailand, January 2014

18. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Aaron G. Rosenberg, Markus A. Wimmer, Do Neuromuscular Synergies Modify Knee Functionality in Patients with Total Knee Arthroplasty? (Presented in Orthopedic Research Society meeting- San Diego-March 2017).

 

19. MARZIEH M ARDESTANI, Aaron G. Rosenberg, Markus A. Wimmer Bode margin of knee kinematic waveforms are related to knee function score in patients with total knee arthroplasty(Presented in Orthopedic Research Society meeting- San Diego-March 2017).

Titles & Appointments

  • Assistant Research Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Education
    2017 POSTDOC RUSH University Medical Center
    2016 POSTDOC University of Oregon
    2015 PhD Xian Jiatong University
    2011 MSc University Of Esfahan
    2009 BS University Of Esfahan
  • Research

    Muscoloskletal Modeling

    Human Movement

    Orthopedic Surgery

    Pattern Recognition, Signal processing

  • Professional Organizations
    Orthopaedic Research Society
  • Clinical Interests

    Human Movement 

    Hip and Knee Joint Surgery

     

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