Since 2005, Dr. Rundell has investigated hundreds of accidents involving passenger vehicles, downed power lines, commercial vehicles, construction sites and equipment, recreational vehicles, workplaces, medical device failure, infant head injury, and slips/trips and falls. Currently, Dr. Rundell performs research related to the mechanical causation of spinal disc herniations, the use of virtual reality in forensic investigation, skull fractures, lower extremity forces generated during rear-end automobile collisions, and the likelihood of sustaining closed-head injury during a rear-end collision. His areas of expertise include collision reconstruction, biomechanical analysis, forensic visualization and mechanical failure analysis. He holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University.
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