Dr. Gregory Knapik is the Associate Director of the Ohio State University Spine Research Institute. His research focuses on advanced dynamic biomechanical model development and applied ergonomic and biomechanical studies. He specializes in human data acquisition, multi-body dynamic simulations, biomedical imaging-based model development, and machine learning.
Dr. Knapik has authored peer-reviewed research articles on various biomechanics topics including causal pathways for spine disorders, laboratory biomechanical studies, and person-specific computational spine modeling.
Greg received his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and PhD in Integrated Systems Engineering from the Ohio State University and has been a research engineer at the Spine Research Institute since 2005.