Joint & Bone Initiative

Dr. Tamie Poepping

Associate Professor
Physics & Astronomy


MSK Research Areas of Interest

Bioengineering, Musculoskeletal Imaging
Dr. Tamie Poepping is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy (Faculty of Science) with cross-appointments to Biomedical Engineering (Faculty of Engineering) and Medical Biophysics (Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry). Her research focuses on the development of methods for studying blood flow related to vascular and microvascular networks, such as ultrasound imaging and particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) of macro- and micro-scale flow. She also has expertise on the development and application of biomedical microfluidics devices for rheology, cell mechanostimulation, tissue engineering, and cancer research.