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Dr Elyse Passmore

Dr Elyse Passmore

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Role Clinical Scientist Fellow
Research area Clinical Sciences

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Available for student supervision
Dr Elyse Passmore is the Head Biomedical Engineer of the Gait Analysis Laboratory at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne and a Clinician Scientist Fellow in the Developmental Imaging Group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Elyse completed her PhD in 2017 at the University of Melbourne on musculoskeletal biomechanics in children with gait pathology. Her research focusses on developing digital tools to objectively measure and analyse motor function in children to provide diagnostic information, develop treatment plans and evaluate efficacy of novel therapies. This includes 3D motion analysis, video images, medical imaging, machine-learning and computational simulations. Elyse is also a Clinical Data Champion in the Centre for Health Analytics, Royal Children's Hospital.
Dr Elyse Passmore is the Head Biomedical Engineer of the Gait Analysis Laboratory at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne and a Clinician Scientist Fellow in the Developmental Imaging Group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Elyse...
Dr Elyse Passmore is the Head Biomedical Engineer of the Gait Analysis Laboratory at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne and a Clinician Scientist Fellow in the Developmental Imaging Group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Elyse completed her PhD in 2017 at the University of Melbourne on musculoskeletal biomechanics in children with gait pathology. Her research focusses on developing digital tools to objectively measure and analyse motor function in children to provide diagnostic information, develop treatment plans and evaluate efficacy of novel therapies. This includes 3D motion analysis, video images, medical imaging, machine-learning and computational simulations. Elyse is also a Clinical Data Champion in the Centre for Health Analytics, Royal Children's Hospital.

Top Publications

  • Passmore, E, Kwong, A, Olsen, J, Eeles, A, Cheong, J, Spittle, A, Ball, G. Deep learning for automated pose estimation of infants at home from smart phone videos. Gait & Posture 81: 261 -262 2020
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  • Passmore, E, Graham, HK, Pandy, MG, Sangeux, M. Hip- and patellofemoral-joint loading during gait are increased in children with idiopathic torsional deformities. Gait & Posture 63: 228 -235 2018
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  • Ma, N, Sclavos, N, Passmore, E, Thomason, P, Graham, K, Rutz, E. Three-Dimensional Gait Analysis in Children Undergoing Gastrocsoleus Lengthening for Equinus Secondary to Cerebral Palsy. Medicina 57(2) : 98 2024
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  • Passmore, E, Graham, H, Sangeux, M. Static optimization underestimates co-activation during gait in patients with and without neuromuscular impairment. 2024
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  • Passmore, E, Pandy, M, Graham, H, Sangeux, M. Do lower-limb torsional deformities have similar effects on muscle and joint function during gait in typically-developing children and children with cerebral palsy. 2024
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