Clement is a research associate in the Musculoskeletal Mechanics group working on the development of low-cost knee prostheses for knee disarticulation amputees in low-to-middle income countries.
Previously, Clement studied Mechanical Engineering at Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire de Montpellier (France), where he received a Diplôme d'Ingénieur (equivalent BEng MSc). He also graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers ParisTech with an MSc in Biomedical Engineering. He conducted his doctoral research on 'combined musculoskeletal and finite element modelling of the lumbar spine and lower limbs' within the Structural Biomechanics group at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Dr Andrew Phillips and Prof Alison McGregor.
et al., 2019, Design and preliminary testing of a low-cost balance perturbation system for the evaluation of real life postural adjustment on public transport, Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, Vol:43, ISSN:0309-1902, Pages:356-362
Favier C, McGregor A, Phillips A, 2019, Subject specific multiscale modelling for the study of lumbar pathologies, 17th International symposium on computer simulation in biomechanics, International Society of Biomechanics
Favier C, McGregor A, Phillips A, Full body subject specific musculoskeletal model for complex spine movements, XXVII Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics,
Favier C, McGregor A, Phillips A, 2018, Subject specific multiscale modelling of the lumbar spine, 14th Annual Bath Biomechanics Symposium
Favier C, McGregor A, Phillips A, 2018, Combined musculoskeletal and structural finite element modelling of the lumbar spine, 8th World Congress of Biomechanics