Scott Sibole
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The biomechanical relevance of anterior rotator cuff cable tears in a cadaveric shoulder model
MM Mesiha, KA Derwin, SC Sibole, A Erdemir, JA McCarron
JBJS 95 (20), 1817-1824, 2013
Multiscale mechanics of articular cartilage: potentials and challenges of coupling musculoskeletal, joint, and microscale computational models
JP Halloran, S Sibole, CC Van Donkelaar, MC Van Turnhout, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 40 (11), 2456-2474, 2012
In vivo Sarcomere Lengths and Sarcomere Elongations Are Not Uniform across an Intact Muscle
EK Moo, R Fortuna, SC Sibole, Z Abusara, W Herzog
Frontiers in physiology 7, 187, 2016
Chondrocyte deformations as a function of tibiofemoral joint loading predicted by a generalized high-throughput pipeline of multi-scale simulations
SC Sibole, A Erdemir
PLoS One 7 (5), e37538, 2012
Angiogenesis in a microvascular construct for transplantation depends on the method of chamber circulation
CC Chang, SS Nunes, SC Sibole, L Krishnan, SK Williams, JA Weiss, ...
Tissue Engineering Part A 16 (3), 795-805, 2010
Extracellular matrix integrity affects the mechanical behaviour of in-situ chondrocytes under compression
EK Moo, SK Han, S Federico, SC Sibole, A Jinha, NAA Osman, ...
Journal of Biomechanics 47 (5), 1004-1013, 2014
High‐fat high‐sucrose diet leads to dynamic structural and inflammatory alterations in the rat vastus lateralis muscle
KH Collins, DA Hart, RA Reimer, RA Seerattan, C Waters‐Banker, ...
Journal of Orthopaedic Research® 34 (12), 2069-2078, 2016
Open knee: a three-dimensional finite element representation of the knee joint
A Erdemir, S Sibole
User’s guide, version 1 (0), 2010
A computational model of in vitro angiogenesis based on extracellular matrix fibre orientation
LT Edgar, SC Sibole, CJ Underwood, JE Guilkey, JA Weiss
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (7), 790-801, 2013
Multiscale cartilage biomechanics: technical challenges in realizing a high-throughput modelling and simulation workflow
A Erdemir, C Bennetts, S Davis, A Reddy, S Sibole
Interface focus 5 (2), 20140081, 2015
Open knee: a 3D finite element representation of the knee joint
S Sibole, C Bennetts, B Borotikar, S Maas, AJ van den Bogert, JA Weiss, ...
34th annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, 152-153, 2010
Three-dimensional micro-scale strain mapping in living biological soft tissues
EK Moo, SC Sibole, SK Han, W Herzog
Acta Biomaterialia 70, 260-269, 2018
Evaluation of a post-processing approach for multiscale analysis of biphasic mechanics of chondrocytes
SC Sibole, S Maas, JP Halloran, JA Weiss, A Erdemir
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (10), 1112-1126, 2013
Open knee: a three dimensional finite element representation of the knee joint, user’s guide, version 1.0. 0
A Erdemir, S Sibole
Ohio, Cleveland: Cleveland Clinic 17, 2010
Automated generation of tissue-specific three-dimensional finite element meshes containing ellipsoidal cellular inclusions
CJ Bennetts, S Sibole, A Erdemir
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 18 (12), 1293-1304, 2015
Chondrocyte deformations under mild dynamic loading conditions
A Komeili, BS Otoo, Z Abusara, S Sibole, S Federico, W Herzog
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 49 (2), 846-857, 2021
The potential for intercellular mechanical interaction: simulations of single chondrocyte versus anatomically based distribution
JP Halloran, SC Sibole, A Erdemir
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 17 (1), 159-168, 2018
The mechanical effects of chondrocyte hypertrophy: a finite element study
SC Sibole, W Herzog
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 22, S101-S102, 2014
A comparison of hexahedral and tetrahedral finite elements for biphasic analysis of cartilage micromechanics
S Sibole, C Bennetts, A Erdemir
Summer Bioengineering Conference 44809, 721-722, 2012
The protective function of directed asymmetry in the pericellular matrix enveloping chondrocytes
SC Sibole, EK Moo, S Federico, W Herzog
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 50 (1), 39-55, 2022
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