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Steven Boyd is a professor in the Cumming School of Medicine, with joint appointments in the Faculty of Kinesiology and the Schulich School of Engineering. He is also the director of the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health. His research is in the area of orthopaedic biomechanics, focusing on adaptive changes to tissues that occur following a joint injury or disease, with particular interest in bone.
- Burt LA, Liang J, Sajobi T, Hanley DA, Boyd SK (2016, ePub). Sex- and site-specific normative data curves for HR-pQCT. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.
- Manske SL, Zhu Y, Sandino C, Boyd SK (2015). Human trabecular bone microarchitecture can be assessed independently of density with second generation HR-pQCT. Bone 79, 213-221.
- Liphardt AM, Schipilow JD, Macdonald HM, Kan M, Zieger A, Boyd SK (2015). Bone micro-architecture of elite alpine skiers is not reflected by bone mineral density. Osteoporosis International 26, 2309-2317.
- Liphardt AM, Schipilow J, Hanley DA, Boyd SK (2015). Bone quality in osteopenic postmenopausal women is not improved after 12 months of whole-body vibration training. Osteoporosis International 26, 911-920.
- Jorgenson BL, Buie HR, McErlain DD, Sandino C, Boyd SK (2015). A comparison of methods for in vivo assessment of cortical porosity in the human appendicular skeleton. Bone 73, 167-175.
- Nishiyama KK, Ito M, Harada A, Boyd SK (2014). Classification of women with and without hip fracture based on quantitative computed tomography and finite element analysis. Osteoporosis International 25, 619-626.
- Enns-Bray WS, Owoc JS, Nishiyama KK, Boyd SK (2014). Mapping anisotropy of the proximal femur for enhanced image based finite element analysis. Journal of Biomechanics 47, 3272-3278.
- Burt LA, Macdonald HM, Hanley DA, Boyd SK (2014). Bone microarchitecture and strength of the radius and tibia in a reference population of young adults: an HR-pQCT study. Archives of Osteoporosis 9, 183.
- Nishiyama KK, Macdonald HM, Hanley DA, Boyd SK (2013). Women with previous fragility fractures can be classified based on bone microarchitecture and finite element analysis measured with HR-pQCT. Osteoporosis International 24, 1733-1740.
- Pauchard Y, Liphardt AM, Macdonald HM, Hanley DA, Boyd SK (2012). Quality control for bone quality parameters affected by subject motion in high-resolution peripheral quantitative computed tomography. Bone 50, 1304-1310.