Chercheur

    Isabelle Villemure , Ph.D.

    isabelle.villemure@polymtl.ca
    Isabelle Villemure
    Axe de recherche
    Maladies musculosquelettiques et réadaptation
    Thème de recherche
    Étude des déformations du rachis et des pathologies musculosquelettiques

    Téléphone
    514 340-4711 #4900

    Fax
    514 340-4176

    Sur le Web

    Titres

    • Professeure, Département de génie mécanique, École Polytechnique Montréal.
    • Chercheure, Centre de recherche CHU Sainte-Justine.

    Formation

    • Postdoctorat en génie biomedical/mécanobiologie, Université de Calgary, 2003.
    • PhD en génie biomédical/modélisation biomécanique, Université de Montréal, 2000.
    • MScA en génie civil/dynamique des structures, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, 1995.
    • BIng en génie civil/structures, École Polytechnique Montréal, 1993.

    Intérêts de recherche

    • Mécanobiologie;
    • Mécanique expérimentale tissulaire et cellulaire;
    • Régulation mécanique de la croissance osseuse;
    • Plaque de croissance;
    • Modélisation biomécanique.

    Prix et distinctions

    • Boursière, Programme stratégique de professeurs-chercheurs, Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies, 2004-2007.
    • Boursière postdoctorale, Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG), 2001-2003.
    • Boursière postdoctorale, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, 2001-2003.
    • Bourse commémorative J.H. Steward Reid, Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d’université, 2000.
    • Bourse doctorale, Fondation Marc Bourgie, Université de Montréal, 2000.
    • Meilleure présentation en recherche fondamentale, International Research Society on Spinal Deformities, 2000.
    • Prix Howmedica, 2e prix meilleure présentation en recherche fondamentale, Programme d’orthopédie Édouard-Samson, Université de Montréal, 2000.
    • Bourse doctorale, Centre de recherche CHU Sainte-Justine, 2000.
    • Bourse en sciences et génie 1967, CRSNG, 1997-1999.
    • Prix Desjardins d’excellence étudiants-chercheurs, Association francophone pour le savoir, 1998.
    • Bourse universitaire, Ingénieurs Canada et Financière Manuvie, 1998.
    • Bourse en sciences et génie 1967, CRSNG, 1993-1995.
    • Prix Arthur-Surveyer, Groupe SNC-Lavalin, 1993.

Publications

Stress relaxation of swine growth plate in semi-confined compression: depth dependent tissue deformational behavior versus extracellular matrix composition and collagen fiber organization - Amini S, Mortazavi F, Sun J, Lévesque M, Hoemann CD, Villemure I. Stress relaxation of swine growth plate in semi-confined compression: depth dependent tissue deformational behavior versus extracellular matrix composition and collagen fiber organization. Biomech Model Mechanobiol 2013; 12(1): 67-78.

Mechanical properties of the porcine growth plate vary with developmental stage - Wosu R, Sergerie K, Lévesque M, Villemure I. Mechanical properties of the porcine growth plate vary with developmental stage. Biomech Model Mechanobiol 2012; 11(3-4): 303-312.

Three-dimensional in situ zonal morphology of viable growth plate chondrocytes: a confocal microscopy study - Amini S, Veilleux D, Villemure I. Three-dimensional in situ zonal morphology of viable growth plate chondrocytes: a confocal microscopy study. J Orthop Res 2011; 29(5): 710-717.

In vivo dynamic bone growth modulation is less detrimental but as effective as static growth modulation - Valteau B, Grimard G, Londono I, Moldovan F, Villemure I. In vivo dynamic bone growth modulation is less detrimental but as effective as static growth modulation. Bone 2011; 49(5): 996-1004.

Growth plate explants respond differently to in vitro static and dynamic loadings - Sergerie K, Parent S, Beauchemin PF, Londono I, Moldovan F, Villemure I. Growth plate explants respond differently to in vitro static and dynamic loadings. J Orthop Res 2011; 29(4): 473-480.

Biomechanical analysis and modeling of different vertebral growth patterns in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis and healthy subjects - Shi L, Wang D, Driscoll M, Villemure I, Chu WC, Cheng JC, Aubin C-É. Biomechanical analysis and modeling of different vertebral growth patterns in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis and healthy subjects. Scoliosis 2011; 23(6): 11 (on line).

Influence of experimental protocols on the mechanical properties of the intervertebral disc in unconfined compression - Recuerda M, Coté SP, Villemure I, Périé-Curnier D. Influence of experimental protocols on the mechanical properties of the intervertebral disc in unconfined compression. J Biomech Eng 2011; 133(7): 071006.

Biomechanical modeling of the lateral decubitus posture during corrective scoliosis surgery - Lalonde NM, Villemure I, Pannetier R, Parent S, Aubin C-É. Biomechanical modeling of the lateral decubitus posture during corrective scoliosis surgery. Clin Biomech 2010; 25(6): 510-516.

Biomechanics of the intra-operative lateral decubitus position for the scoliotic spine: effect of the pelvic obliquity - Lalonde NM, Aubin C-É, Parent S, Pannetier R, Villemure I. Biomechanics of the intra-operative lateral decubitus position for the scoliotic spine: effect of the pelvic obliquity. Dans: Aubin C-E, Stokes AIF, Labelle H, Moreau A (eds). Research into Spinal Deformities VII (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics). Netherlands. IOS Press, 2010; 95-100.

Biomechanical influence of disk properties on the load transfer of healthy and degenerated disks using a poroelastic finite element model - Chagnon A, Aubin C-É, Villemure I. Biomechanical influence of disk properties on the load transfer of healthy and degenerated disks using a poroelastic finite element model. J Biomech Eng 2010; 132(11): 111006.

Finite element model of polar growth in pollen tubes - Fayant P, Girlanda O, Chebli Y, Aubin C-É, Villemure I, Geitmann A. Finite element model of polar growth in pollen tubes. Plant Cell 2010; 22(8): 2579-2593.

Tissue and cellular morphological changes in growth plate explants under compression - Amini S, Veilleux D, Villemure I. Tissue and cellular morphological changes in growth plate explants under compression. J Biomech 2010; 43(13): 2582-2588.

Effects of in vivo static compressive loading on aggrecan and type II and X collagens in the rat growth plate extracellular matrix - Cancel M, Grimard G, Crisinel DT, Moldovan F, Villemure I. Effects of in vivo static compressive loading on aggrecan and type II and X collagens in the rat growth plate extracellular matrix. Bone 2009; 44(2): 306-315.

Growth plate mechanics and mechanobiology. A survey of present understanding - Villemure I, Stokes IAF. Growth plate mechanics and mechanobiology. A survey of present understanding. J Biomech 2009; 42(12): 1793-1803.

Mechanical loading effects on isthmic spondylolytic lumbar segment: Finite element modelling using a personalised geometry - El-Rich M, Villemure I, Labelle H, Aubin C-É. Mechanical loading effects on isthmic spondylolytic lumbar segment: Finite element modelling using a personalised geometry. Comp Meth Biomech Biomed Eng 2009; 12(1): 13-23.

Mechanical properties of the porcine growth plate and its three zones from unconfined compression tests. - Sergerie K, Lacourcière MO, Lévesque M, Villemure I. Mechanical properties of the porcine growth plate and its three zones from unconfined compression tests.. J Biomech 2009; 42(4): 510-516.

Mechanobiological bone growth: comparative analysis of two biomechanical modeling approaches - Lin H, Aubin C-É, Parent S, Villemure I. Mechanobiological bone growth: comparative analysis of two biomechanical modeling approaches. Med Biol Eng Comput 2009; 47(4): 357-366.

The role of spinal concave-convex biases in the progression of idiopathic scoliosis - Driscoll M, Aubin C-É, Moreau A, Villemure I, Parent S. The role of spinal concave-convex biases in the progression of idiopathic scoliosis. Eur Spine J 2009; 18(2): 180-187.

Finite element modeling of vertebral body stapling applied for the correction of idiopathic scoliosis: preliminary results - Lalonde NM, Aubin C-É, Pannetier R, Villemure I. Finite element modeling of vertebral body stapling applied for the correction of idiopathic scoliosis: preliminary results. Dans: Dangerfield PH (ed.). Research into Spinal Deformities VI (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics). Netherlands. IOS Press, 2008; 111-115.

Non-uniform strain distribution within rat cartilaginous growth plate under uniaxial compression - Villemure I, Cloutier L, Matyas JR, Duncan NA. Non-uniform strain distribution within rat cartilaginous growth plate under uniaxial compression. J Biomech 2007; 40: 149-156.

Finite element modeling of the growth plate in a detailed spine model - Sylvestre PL, Villemure I, Aubin C-É. Finite element modeling of the growth plate in a detailed spine model. Med Biol Eng Comput 2007; 45(10): 977-988.

Pedicle growth asymmetry as a cause of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: a biomechanical study - Huynh AM, Aubin C-É, Rajwani T, Bagnall K, Villemure I. Pedicle growth asymmetry as a cause of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: a biomechanical study. Eur Spine J 2007; 16(4): 523-529.

Évaluation tridimensionnelle et optimisation du traitement orthopédique de la scoliose idiopathique adolescente - Aubin C-É, Labelle H, Cheriet F, Villemure I, Mathieu P, Dansereau J. Évaluation tridimensionnelle et optimisation du traitement orthopédique de la scoliose idiopathique adolescente. Médecine Sciences 2007; 23(11): 904-909.

Biomechanical simulations of the scoliotic deformation process in the pinealectomized chicken: a preliminary study - Lafortune P, Aubin C-É, Boulanger H, Villemure I, Bagnall K, Moreau A. Biomechanical simulations of the scoliotic deformation process in the pinealectomized chicken: a preliminary study. Scoliosis 2007; 2: 16 (on line).

A biomechanical study of L5-S1 low-grade isthmic spondylolisthesis using a personalized finite element model - El-Rich M, Aubin C-É, Villemure I, Labelle H. A biomechanical study of L5-S1 low-grade isthmic spondylolisthesis using a personalized finite element model. Dans: Uyttendaele D, Dangerfield PH (eds). Research into Spinal Deformities V (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics). Netherlands. IOS Press, 2006; 431-434.

Static compressive loading reduces the mRNA expression of type II and X collagen in rat growth-plate chondrocytes during post-natal growth - Villemure I, Chung MA, Seck CS, Kimm M, Matyas JR, Duncan NA. Static compressive loading reduces the mRNA expression of type II and X collagen in rat growth-plate chondrocytes during post-natal growth. Connect Tissue Res 2005; 46(4-5): 211-219.

Mechanical properties of cartilaginous growth plates vary with developmental stages - Villemure I, Chung MA, Kimm M, Matyas JR, Duncan NA. Mechanical properties of cartilaginous growth plates vary with developmental stages. Dans: Sawatsky BJ (ed). Research into Spinal Deformities V. The Netherlands. IOS Press, 2004; 227-230.

Biomechanical simulations of the spine deformation process in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis from different pathogenesis hypotheses - Villemure I, Aubin C-É, Dansereau J, Labelle H. Biomechanical simulations of the spine deformation process in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis from different pathogenesis hypotheses. Eur Spine J 2004; 13(1): 83-90.

Biomechanical modelling of growth modulation following rib shortening or lengthening in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis - Carrier J, Aubin C-É, Villemure I, Labelle H. Biomechanical modelling of growth modulation following rib shortening or lengthening in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Med Biol Eng Comput 2004; 42(4): 541-548.

Long-term correction resulting from rib length modifications in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis - Carrier J, Aubin C-É, Villemure I, Sevastik JA, Labelle H. Long-term correction resulting from rib length modifications in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Dans: Sawatsky BJ (ed). Research into Spinal Deformities V. The Netherlands. IOS Press, 2004; 286-289.

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