Dr. DiDomenico is a Senior Biomechanist who specializes in injury causation analysis by utilizing his understanding of human anatomy, the laws of physics, occupant kinematics, crash test data, and known injury mechanisms. His biomechanical investigations involve utilizing human volunteers and anthropomorphic test devices (ATDs) to analyze human response and tolerance to a wide range of loading environments in both automotive and non-automotive settings.
While at Cornell, Dr. DiDomenico taught graduate level courses in biomedical engineering regarding human tissue structures and anatomy. As part of his doctoral dissertation, he researched how soft tissue material properties affect microscale mechanics to better understand applications of drug therapies in human joints. He has presented his doctoral research findings at multiple peer-reviewed biomedical engineering conferences and has been published in high impact factor biomedical journals.