Dr Hans Gray

  • Room: Level: 02 Room: 207
  • Building: Mechanical Engineering
  • Campus: Parkville


Dr. Hans Gray did his first degree in the field of Mechanical Engineering at the University Of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. Having worked in a manufacturing industry as an engineer and then as a member of staff at the University Of Moratuwa he joined the University Of Oxford, UK as a Doctoral student.

His doctoral research involved using finite element analysis to investigate in vivo tissue remodelling that takes place in bone adjoining knee replacements subsequent to artificial knee replacement surgery. He obtained his Doctorate in October, 2007 and then worked as a Lecturer at the University Of Moratuwa up to May, 2012.
Hans joined the University Of Melbourne as a Post Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in July 2012 and is involved in research in the field of Musculoskeletal Biomechanics.

Recent publications

  1. Gray H, Guan S, Pandy M. Accuracy of mobile biplane X-ray imaging in measuring 6-degree -of-freedom patellofemoral kinematics during overground gait. JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS. Pergamon. 2017, Vol. 57.
  2. Cheung A, Gray H, Schache A, Hoermann R, Joon DL, Zajac J, Pandy M, Grossmann M. Androgen deprivation causes selective deficits in the biomechanical leg muscle function of men during walking: a prospective case-control study. JOURNAL OF CACHEXIA SARCOPENIA AND MUSCLE. 2017, Vol. 8, Issue 1.
  3. Guan S, Gray H, Schache A, Feller J, De Steiger R, Pandy M. In Vivo Six-Degree-of-Freedom Knee-Joint Kinematics in Overground and Treadmill Walking Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH. Elsevier Science. 2017, Vol. 35, Issue 8.
  4. Guan S, Gray H, Keynejad F, Pandy M. Mobile Biplane X-Ray Imaging System for Measuring 3D Dynamic Joint Motion During Overground Gait. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MEDICAL IMAGING. IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 2016, Vol. 35, Issue 1.
  5. Gulati A, Weston-Simons S, Evans D, Jenkins C, Gray H, Dodd CAF, Pandit H, Murray DW. Radiographic evaluation of factors affecting bearing dislocation in the domed lateral Oxford unicompartmental knee replacement. Knee. Elsevier BV. 2014, Vol. 21, Issue 6.
  6. Gray H, Zavatsky AB, Gill HS. The sclerotic line: why it appears under knee replacements (a study based on the Oxford knee). Clinical Biomechanics. Elsevier Science. 2010, Vol. 25, Issue 3.
  7. Simpson DJ, Little JP, Gray H, Murray DW, Gill HS. Effect of modular neck variation on bone and cement mantle mechanics around a total hip arthroplasty stem. Clinical Biomechanics. Elsevier Science. 2009, Vol. 24, Issue 3.
  8. Gulati A, Chau R, Pandit H, Gray H, Price AJ, Dood CAF, Murray DW. The incidence of physiological radiolucency following Oxford unicompartmental knee replacement and its relationship to outcome. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British Volume. The British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2009, Vol. 91, Issue 7.
  9. Gray H, Taddei F, Zavatsky A, Christofolini L, Gill H. Experimental validation of a finite element model of a human cadaveric tibia. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. ASME International. 2008, Vol. 130, Issue 3.
  10. Simpson DJ, Gray H, D'Lima DD, Murray DW, Gill HS. The effect of bearing congruency, thickness and alignment on the stresses in unicompartmental knee replacements. Clinical Biomechanics. Elsevier Science. 2008, Vol. 23, Issue 9.
  11. Little JP, Gray H, Murray DW, Beard DJ, Gill H. Thermal Effects of Cement Mantle Thickness for Hip Resurfacing. Journal of Arthroplasty. Churchill Livingstone. 2008, Vol. 23, Issue 3.
  12. Gray H, Zavatsky AB, Taddei F, Christofolini L, Gill HS. Experimental validation of a finite element model of a composite tibia. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine. Sage Publications. 2007, Vol. 221, Issue 3.