Naomi Robson

Naomi Robson
University of Toronto | U of T · Institute of Medical Sciences

Master of Science
Masters of Science in Biomedical Communications Candidate at the University of Toronto

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Introduction
Hello, my name is Naomi! I am a health and science focussed visual communicator and designer. I thrive on dissecting complex communication challenges and creating thoughtful user-centered solutions to bridge gaps in science communication. Currently, I am conducting research on biomedical communications.

Publications

Publications (7)
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Impact statement: In this comprehensive review, we are providing a holistic overview of osteochondral tissue development, disease, pain localization, as well as structural evaluation and current repair strategies. This review is intended to serve as a broad introduction to this multidisciplinary research area. It is a thorough examination of the b...
Poster
Dissection-based human anatomy is an inherently time-consuming process. Accordingly, students must use their time in the laboratory as efficiently as possible. There are many commercial resources that are currently available to students for pre-laboratory preparation at home; however, preliminary data gathered from student questionnaires (n = 217)...
Poster
Neuromuscular dysfunction of the pelvic floor and perineum can negatively impact several populations including the elderly, parous women, and athletes. Pelvic health physiotherapists assess and treat neuromuscular dysfunction of the perineal and pelvic diaphragmatic regions using targeted physical therapy techniques. Consequently, they must rely on...
Conference Paper
The University of Guelph offers dissection-based human anatomy courses to a large cohort of over 1000 undergraduate students per academic year. The third-year class is the largest, comprised of students enrolled in the Human Kinetics and Bio-Medical Sciences degree programs. Students attend weekly lectures that introduce the anatomy in a regional-b...

Questions

Questions (2)
Question
I am looking for a good/high-quality MRI dataset of the human pelvic region. Do you know where I can find this?
Thanks!
Question
It says that it expired two months ago. Can it still be used?

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