Featured Editorial Team: The Anatomical Record

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“The ability to visualize structures in three-dimensional space will revolutionize how we can evaluate biomechanics in a wholly non-destructive approach. In addition, the possibility of algorithmic approaches (like those published recently by Dickinson and colleagues) will improve repeatability, and likely will help us save data collection time.”

– Adam Hartstone-Rose,

Traditional methods get paired with new imaging techniques to advance the study musculoskeletal biomechanics, featured in the February and March 2018 Special Issues of The Anatomical Record edited by Hartstone-Rose and his colleagues Sharlene Santana, Damiano Marchi, & Jeffrey T. Laitman.

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