Master defense Ferdinand Eisemann

Last Thursday, our Master's student Ferdinand Eisemann successfully defended his Master's thesis entitled "Identification Of Anatomical Parameters And Development Of A Detailed Musculoskeletal Model Of The Female Pelvic Floor".
During his time in the laboratory, he first carried out extensive literature research on the structures, functions and pathology of the pelvic floor muscles. Using the 3D model of the "Anatomage Table", he calculated the corresponding muscle cross-sections using virtual dissection. He then used the collected parameters to create a musculoskeletal model of the female pelvic floor in AnyBody Technology A/S. His work is an essential part of the project currently running in the Laboratory for Biomechanics " Prevention of pelvic floor disorders" (
We would like to thank you for your work and wish you all the best for your future!