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Heath B. Henninger

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									Heath B. Henninger 
The University of Utah Orthopaedic Center
Orthopaedic Research Laboratory
590 Wakara Way, A0122
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
(801) 440-3563
www.sci.utah.edu/~heath
heath.henninger@utah.edu


EDUCATION

December 2009                                       University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
   - PhD: Bioengineering, Biomechanics Concentration (GPA – 3.97)
   - Dissertation: Microscopic Constituents and Their Mechanical Contributions in Ligament

June 1999                                                    Kettering University – Flint, MI
   - BS in Mechanical Engineering, Machine Design Concentration (GPA – 3.87)
   - Thesis: Specification of Servo Drive Assembly for Indexing Wall Applications


PROFESSIONAL / ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

December 2009 to Present                            Orthopaedic Research Laboratory (ORL)
                                                      University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
   -   Post-doctoral Scientist – Biomechanics of the Shoulder
       - Development of biomechanical shoulder simulator
       - Influence of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty on shoulder biomechanics
       - Non-invasive imaging and computational modeling of shoulder biomechanics

January 2011 to Present                        Musculoskeletal Research Laboratories (MRL)
                                                      University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
   -   Post-doctoral Scientist – Structure and Mechanics of Knee Ligaments
       - Influence of elastin on ligament mechanical properties
       - Mechanics of collagen crimp in fibrous connective tissues
       - Quasi-static and viscoelastic characterization of soft tissues

August 2004 to December 2009                  Musculoskeletal Research Laboratories (MRL)
                                                       University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
   -   Graduate Research Assistant – Structure and Mechanics of Knee Ligaments
       - Material test stand and holding fixture design
       - Analysis of molecular distributions using transmission electron microscopy (TEM)
       - Image processing code development for TEM analysis
       - Influence of glycosaminoglycans on ligament/cartilage mechanical properties
       - Permeability and viscoelastic analysis of hydrated soft tissues
       - Finite element analysis of soft tissue mechanics




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                              Curriculum Vitae: Heath B. Henninger
1996 to August 2004       Robotic Production Technology/KMT – Auburn Hills, MI
   - Laser Process & Product Development Manager (July 1999 to August 2004)
       - Co-developed an automated laser scoring process for automotive airbag technology
       - Coordinated customer prototyping for pre-production testing
       - Created and instructed a laser process and support class for customer network
       - Multiple machine launches and remote site training in North America, Central
          America, and Asia
   - Systems Integration Project Manager (January 2001 to August 2004)
       - Coordinated design, build, and integration of multi-process robotic work cells
       - Direct customer liaison from sales through post-installation support
       - Responsible for over $3.5 million in robotic machine installations
   - Engineer in Training/Co-op (August 1996 to July 1999)
       - Estimation, sales, engineering, and integration rotations

1995 to August 1996                                   Carpenter Technology – Reading, PA
   - Co-op plant engineer in wire processing division

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fall       2011        Utah, Lecturer           Current Res in Bioengineering: Bioen 3091
Spring     2011        Utah, Co-Instructor      Biosolid Mechanics: Bioeng 7210
Spring     2011        Utah, Lecturer           Orthopaedics Core Curriculum lecture series
Spring     2010        Utah, Lecturer           Orthopaedics Core Curriculum lecture series
Spring     2009        Utah, Co-Instructor      Biosolid Mechanics: Bioeng 7210
Fall       2008        Utah, TA                 Intro to Biomechanics: Bioeng 6201
Spring     2007        Utah, Instructor         Biosolid Mechanics: Bioeng 7210
Fall       2006        Utah, TA                 Intro to Biomechanics: Bioeng 6201

RESEARCH INTERESTS

   -     Joint kinematics and the influence of surgical intervention
   -     Mechanical behavior and properties of connective tissues in the human body
   -     Microstructural constituents of macroscopic tissue mechanics
   -     Image processing and analysis
   -     Injury healing and recovery techniques
   -     Prosthetics and rehabilitation engineering


PUBLICATIONS

Henninger, H.B., A. Barg, A.E. Anderson, K.N. Bachus, R.T. Burks, R.Z. Tashjian. Effect of
      lateral offset center of rotation in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a biomechanical
      study. J Shoulder Elbow Surg, [Epub ahead of print] DOI: 10.1016/j.jse.2011.07.034
Barg, A., H.B. Henninger, M. Knupp, B. Hintermann. Simultaneous bilateral total ankle
      replacement using a three-component prosthesis: Outcome in 26 patients followed for 2-
      10 years. Acta Orthop, 82(6): 704-710. DOI: 10.3109/17453674.2011.623570
Henninger, H.B., A. Barg, A.E. Anderson, K.N. Bachus, R.Z. Tashjian, R.T. Burks, 2011. Effect
      of deltoid tension and humeral version in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: a
      biomechanical study.        J Shoulder Elbow Surg,         [Epub ahead of print] DOI:
      10.1016/j.jse.2011.01.040

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Barg, A., H.B. Henninger, B. Hintermann, 2011. Risk factors for symptomatic deep-vein
        thrombosis in patients after total ankle replacement who received routine chemical
        thromboprophylaxis. J Bone Joint Surg Br, 93-B(7): 921-927. DOI: 10.1302/0301-
        620X.93B7.26257
Henninger, H.B., C.J. Underwood, G.A. Ateshian, J.A. Weiss, 2010. Effect of sulfated
        glycosaminoglycan digestion on the transverse permeability of medial collateral
        ligament. J Biomech, 43(13): 2567-2573. DOI:10.1016/j.jbiomech.2010.05.012
Henninger, H.B., S.P. Reese, A.E. Anderson, J.A. Weiss, 2010. Validation of computational
        models in biomechanics. Proc. IMechE, Part H: J Eng Med, 224(H7): 801-812. DOI:
        10.1243/09544119JEIM649
Rainis, E.J., S.A. Maas, H.B. Henninger, P.J. McMahon, J.A. Weiss, and R.E. Debski, 2009.
        Material properties of the axillary pouch of the glenohumeral capsule: is isotropic
        material symmetry appropriate? J Biomech Eng, 131(3): 031007. DOI:
        10.1115/1.3005169
Henninger, H.B., S.A. Maas, J.H. Shepherd, S. Joshi, and J.A. Weiss, 2009. Transversely
        isotropic distribution of sulfated glycosaminoglycans in human medial collateral ligament:
        A quantitative analysis. J Struct Biol, 165(3): 176-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsb.2008.11.013
Lujan, T.J., C.J. Underwood, H.B. Henninger, B.M. Thompson, and J.A. Weiss, 2007. Effect of
          dermatan sulfate glycosaminoglycans on the quasi-static material properties of the
          human medial collateral ligament. J Orthop Res,25(7): 894-903. DOI: 10.1002/jor.20351
Henninger, H.B., S.A. Maas, C.J. Underwood, R.T. Whitaker, and J.A. Weiss, 2007. Spatial
          distribution and orientation of dermatan sulfate in human medial collateral ligament. J
          Struct Biol, 158(1): 33-45. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsb.2006.10.008

PEER REVIEWED ABSTRACTS

Platform Presentations (* presenting author)

Henninger HB, Barg A, Anderson AE, Bachus KN, Tashjian RZ, Burks RT*: Influence of intra-
     operative variables on the biomechanics of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. American
     Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) Closed Meeting, 2011.
Henninger HB*, Barg A, Anderson AE, Bachus KN, Tashjian RZ, Burks RT: Influence of intra-
     operative variables on the biomechanics of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. 7th Annual
     Utah Biomedical Engineering Conference (UBEC), 2011.
Henninger HB*, Barg A, Anderson AE, Bachus KN, Tashjian RZ, Burks RT: Influence of
     humeral version and deltoid tension on glenohumeral kinematics after reverse total
     shoulder arthroplasty, 2011 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. Id: 53323.
Barg A*, Henninger HB, Knupp M, Anderson AE, Hintermann B. Simultaneous bilateral total
     ankle replacement: Outcome in 26 patients following for 2 – 10 years. 27th Annual Summer
     Meeting, American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), 2011.
Barg A*, Anderson AE, Harris MD, Henninger HB, Nickisch F, Hintermann B, Saltzman CL.
     Radiographic measurement of medial distal tibial angle, part I: Comparison between
     weight-bearing mortise and special hindfoot alignment view radiographs. 27th Annual
     Summer Meeting, American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), 2011.
Barg A*, Harris MD, Henninger HB, Hintermann B, Anderson AE. Radiographic measurement
     of medial distal tibial angle, part II: Influence of ankle position (rotation, dorsiflexion/plantar
     flexion) and radiograph technique on obtained results. 27th Annual Summer Meeting,
     American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS), 2011.




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Henninger HB*, Underwood CJ, Ateshian GA, Weiss JA: Depletion of sulfated
     glycosaminoglycans increases the transverse permeability of medial collateral ligament,
     56th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Id:199, 2010.
Henninger HB*, Underwood CJ, Ateshian GA, Weiss JA: Removal of sulfated
     glycosaminoglycans has a differential effect on the permeability of bovine articular
     cartilage as measured by direct permeation and stress relaxation, 2009 ASME Summer
     Bioengineering Conference. Id: 206189.
Yoder JH*, Henninger HB, Weiss JA, Elliott DM: Annulus fibrosus shear properties are
     consistent with motion segment mechanics when fibers are loaded, 2009 ASME Summer
     Bioengineering Conference. Id: 206833.
Henninger HB*, Underwood CJ, Weiss JA: Influence of sulfated glycosaminoglycans on the
     transverse permeability of porcine medial collateral ligament, 55th Annual Meeting of the
     Orthopaedic Research Society, Id:2517, 2009.
Reese SP*, Maas SA, Henninger HB, Weiss JA: The effect of fiber microstructure on the
     observed Poisson’s ratio of tendon and ligament tissue. Proceedings, 2008 ASME
     Summer Bioengineering Conference, Id: 193184.
Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Lujan TJ*, Weiss JA. Distribution, fine structure and
     mechanical role of dermatan sulfate glycosaminoglycans in the medial collateral ligament.
     5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, Germany, 2006.
Underwood CJ*, Henninger HB, Lujan TL, Weiss JA: Influence of sulfated glycosaminoglycans
     on ligament mechanics. Proceedings, 2006 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
     Annual Fall Meeting, Id: 1142.
Henninger HB*, Maas SA, Whitaker RT, Weiss JA: 3D Geometry of sulfated
     glycosaminoglycans in collagen: Analysis of transmission electron microscopy data.
     Proceedings, 2nd Annual Mountain West Biomedical Engineering Conference, 2006.
Henninger HB*, Lujan TJ, Underwood CJ, Weiss JA: Distribution and mechanical implications
     of dermatan sulfate in human medial collateral ligament. Proceedings, 2006 ASME
     Summer Bioengineering Conference, Id: 0409.
Lujan TJ*, Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Weiss JA: Dermatan sulfate glycosaminoglycans do
     not contribute to the shear or tensile material behavior of the human MCL. Proceedings,
     52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 31:0330, 2006.
Henninger HB*, Underwood CJ, Lujan TJ, Thompson BM, Weiss JA: Decorin proteoglycans do
     not resist shear deformation in ligament. Proceedings, 2005 Biomedical Engineering
     Society (BMES) Annual Fall Meeting, Id: 1445.

Poster Presentations

Henninger, HB, Harris MD, Petersen KR, Burks RT, Tashjian RZ, Anderson AE. Technique to
       quantify the morphology of the lateral border of the scapula and scapular notching. 2012
       Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Id: PS1, 1219.
Henninger HB, Barg A, Anderson AE, Bachus KN, Burks RT, Tashjian RZ: Effect of lateral
       offset center of rotation in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty: A biomechanical study.
       2012 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting, Id: P332.
Gilliland JM, Anderson LA, Henninger HB, Kubiak EN, Peters CL. Biomechanical analysis of
       acetabular revision constructs: is pelvic discontinuity best treated with bicolumnar or
       traditional unicolumar fixation? 2011 American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
       (AAHKS) Annual Meeting, Id: 858.
Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Ateshian GA, Weiss JA: Permeability of bovine articular
       cartilage differs as a function of test protocol and enzyme treatment. 2009 Biomedical
       Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting, Id: 623.


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                             Curriculum Vitae: Heath B. Henninger
Henninger HB, Maas SA, Shepherd JH, Weiss JA: Transverse isotropy of sulfated
     glycosaminoglycans in human medial collateral ligament: A quantitative analysis. 54th
     Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Id: 825, 2008.
Henninger HB, Maas SA, Whitaker RT, Weiss JA:                    3D geometry of sulfated
     glycosaminoglycans in collagen: Analysis of transmission electron microscopy data. 53rd
     Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Id:1248, 2007.
Rainis E, Moore S, Weiss JA, Henninger HB, Debski R: Can an isotropic constitutive model be
     utilized for the glenohumeral capsule?. 2006 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference,
     Id: 0322:9-55.
Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Whitaker RT, Maas SA, Weiss JA: Fine structure and
     orientation of sulfated glycosaminoglycans in human knee ligament. 52nd Annual Meeting
     of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 31:1115, 2006.
Underwood CJ, Henninger HB, Lujan TJ, Weiss JA: Glycosaminoglycan concentration and
     species in human knee ligaments. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research
     Society, 31:1118, 2006.
Henninger HB, Underwood CJ, Lujan TJ, Thompson BM, Weiss JA: Decorin proteoglycans do
     not resist shear deformation in ligament.       1st Annual Mountain West Biomedical
     Engineering Conference, 2005.


INVITED TALKS

Henninger, HB: Validation of computational models in biomechanics. Osteosynthesis & Trauma
    Care Foundation Numerical Modeling Workshop, Boston, December 2010.
Henninger, HB: Microscopic constituents and their mechanical contributions in ligament.
    Department Seminar, McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of
    Pennsylvania, October 2009.
Henninger, HB: Spatial orientation of dermatan sulfate in human MCL & implications in tissue
    mechanics. Department Seminar, Scientific Computing & Imaging Institute, University of
    Utah, December 2005.

GRANTS

Current, Extramural

Title: Origins of Elasticity and Viscoelasticity in Knee Ligaments
Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIAMS # 2R01AR047369-10)
Amount: $1,691,255 (5 years), $338,251 annual total costs
Role: Post-doctoral scientist (author, Aim 2)
Dates: 9/15/10 - 8/31/15

Current, Intramural

Title: In Vivo Determination of Scapula Kinematics after Reverse TSA
Organization: University of Utah Funding Incentive Seed Grant
Amount: $28,000 (1 year)
Role: Post-doctoral scientist (co-author)
Dates: 7/1/2011 - 6/30/2012



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Completed

Title: The Role of Elastin in the Restoration of Collagen Crimp
Organization: Orthopaedic Research Laboratory Alumni Council
Amount: $3,000 (1 year)
Role: PI
Dates: 10/1/08 - 9/30/09

Title: Origins of Elasticity and Viscoelasticity in Knee Ligaments
Organization: National Institutes of Health (NIAMS #2R01AR047369-05)
Amount: $1,190,395 (5 years), $238,079 annual total costs
Role: Graduate research assistant
Dates: 9/1/04 - 8/31/09


SKILLS/SPECIALTIES

   -   Matlab (Image Processing, Statistics, Symbolic toolkits)
   -   Optotrak optical tracking and motion analysis system
   -   DMAS optical tracking and motion analysis software
   -   LabView instrumentation interface software
   -   AutoCAD, ProE, SolidWorks modeling software
   -   FANUC and ABB robotic programming languages
   -   Laser Safety Officer certification


HONORS AND AWARDS

   -   National Institutes of Health Loan Repayment Program Ambassador – 2011-present
   -   National Institutes of Health Loan Repayment Program award – 2011-2013
   -   University of Utah Graduate Travel Award – Fall 2009
   -   University of Utah Graduate Travel Award – Spring 2008
   -   University of Utah Graduate Travel Award – Fall 2005
   -   Wayne Brown Fellowship, University of Utah – 2004 Academic Year
   -   Dean’s Honor List, Kettering University – Fall 1997 to Fall 1998
   -   Provost’s Achievement List, Kettering University – Spring 1996 to Spring 1997
   -   Grimley Scholarship, KAHS – Fall 1994 to Spring 1998


SOCIETIES AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

   -   American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 2010 to present
   -   Orthopaedic Research Society - 2010 to present
   -   Biomedical Engineering Society - 2006 to present
   -   Society of Automotive Engineers - 2001 to 2005
   -   Laser Institute of America - 1999 to 2005




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JOURNAL REVIEWER

  -   Annals of Biomedical Engineering
  -   Clinical Anatomy
  -   Journal of Anatomy
  -   Journal of Biomechanics
  -   Journal of Orthopaedic Research
  -   Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery




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