Calum McRae, Ph.D.

Calum McRae, PH.D., ARCCA Biomechanist

Calum McRae, Ph.D.

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE

2288 Second Street Pike, PO Box 78
Penns Park, PA 18943

Dr. McRae is a senior biomechanist specializing in the study of the forces and mechanics associated with human injury.

Dr. McRae applies this work to all segments of the human body involved in collisions and other impact-producing events.

While at Mercedes-Benz Technology Center in Sindelfingen, Germany, Dr. McRae was involved in the creation of active safety system development tools to be used in the automotive industry. Subsequent to that, he conducted research at the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injury Unit in Glasgow, Scotland and at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia. Dr. McRae has also instructed Biomechanics at Drexel University in Philadelphia.

Dr. McRae has worked with the National Hockey League to research, develop and test designs to improve player safety.

Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering,
University of Glasgow, Scotland

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering,
University of Glasgow, Scotland

Dr. McRae has also performed research at the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injury Unit in Glasgow, Scotland, and at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia, PA. He has also taught Biomechanics at Drexel University.

Member of the Society of
Automotive Engineers Association
for the Advancement of
Automotive Medicine

Accident Reconstruction

  • Other Vehicles
  • Passenger Vehicles
  • Testing

Biomechanical

  • Brain Injury
  • Fatality
  • Human Factors
  • Low Speed Impact
  • Orthopedic
  • Spinal Cord Injury

Crashworthiness

  • Seat
  • Seat Belt & Airbag
  • Structures

Failure Analysis