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Funding

  • Dumas R, Frossard L. Locomotion of individuals with lower limb amputation: an innovative approach for a better control and stability. FASIC (FrenchAustralia Science Innovation Collaboration Grants). 2017. 1 year. 11,143 $AUD

  • Langton C, Wearing S, Frossard L, Stewart I, Leggat P, Schuetz M. New technology for early detection of residuum tissue damages. Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP)/Orthotics and Prosthetics Outcomes Research Program (OPORP)-Prosthetics Outcomes Research Award. 2016. 2 years. 526,000 $AUD

  • Burkett, Formosa, Frossard. Prosthetic Protocols for Queensland Health Osseointegration Patients – Phase 3. Queensland Artificial Limb Services (QALS). 2014. 1 year. 39,000 $AUD

  • Burkett, Formosa, Frossard. Prosthetic Protocols for Queensland Health Osseointegration Patients – Phase 2. Queensland Artificial Limb Services (QALS). 2014. 1 year. 50,000 $AUD

  • Burkett, Formosa, Frossard. Prosthetic Protocols for Queensland Health Osseointegration Patients – Phase 1. Queensland Artificial Limb Services (QALS). 2014. 1 year. 30,000 $AUD

  • Frossard. Attendance to XIV World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO), Hyderabad, India. Group of Research for Adapted Physical Activity. 2013. 1 year. 500 $CAD

  • Frossard, Lemaire. Effects of prosthetic components on actual functional outcome of individuals with lower limb loss. American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association Research Award. 2012. 1 year. 15,000 $USD

  • Frossard L. Developments of research activities in Biomechanics. Marie-Enfant and Sainte-Justine Centre of Research Kick-off grant. 2011. 2 years. 92,400 $CAD

  • Frossard, Branemark, Rydevik. Gait lab analysis of transfemoral amputees fitted with osseointegrated fixation. Travelling grant. 2010. 1 year. 5,000 $CAD

  • Frossard. Load applied on the residuum of lower limb amputees: from rehabilitation to activities of daily living. UQAM Kick-off grant. 2010. 1 year. 30,000 $CAD

  • Frossard. Comparison of the load obtained with inverse dynamics and direct measurement. QUT travelling grant. 2009. 1 year. 2,200 $AUD

  • Mechefske, Frossard. Visit of Overseas Research Fellow. Human Mobility Research Centre of Queen’s University and Kingston General Hospital. 2007. 1 year. 3,000 $AUD

  • Frossard, Hagberg. Visit of Overseas Research Fellow. IHBI/BEE. 2005. 1 year. 3,000 $AUD

  • Frossard, Pearcy, Smeathers, Lee Gow, Gray, Daniel, Branemark. Innovative approach to design a new osseointegrated implant for transfemoral amputees with better resistance to fractures. ARC Linkage Project. 2004. 2 years. 249,000 $AUD

  • Barker, Frossard, Pearcy, Smeathers, Evans. Biomechanical data logger for amputee gait analysis. Collaborative IHBI project Scheme. 2003. 1 year. 6,000 $AUD

  • Frossard, Barker, Smeathers, Pearcy, Lee Gow, Gray, Daniel, Branemark. True load applied on the fixation system of transfemoral amputees fitted with an osseointegrated implant during daily life activities. QUT Strategic Link with Industry. 2003. 1 year. 33,750 $AUD

  • Frossard, Pearcy, Barker, Smeathers, Lee Gow, Gray, Daniel, Branemark. Innovative approach to design a new osseointegrated implant for transfemoral amputees with better resistance to fractures. QUT ARC Linkage- Project Incentive Scheme. 2003. 1 year. 2,000 $AUD

  • Jasiewicz, Worringham, Frossard, McDonald. Wearable Motion Analysis System: Novel Clinical and Research Applications. ARC Linkage Project. 2003. 3 years. 255,000 $AUD

  • Barker, Smeathers, Evans, Pearcy, Nunn, Branemark. Direct measurement of the forces and moments in artificial legs during daily activities using wireless transmission of data. ARC Discovery Project. 2003. 3 years. 254,500 $AUD

  • Frossard, Barker Smeathers, Pearcy, Lee Gow, Gray, Daniel, Branemark. Direct measurement of the forces and moments applied to the abutment of trans-femoral amputees fitted with an osseointegrated implant. QUT ARC Linkage- Project Incentive Scheme. 2002. 1 year. 1,260 $AUD

  • Frossard, Barker, Smeathers, Branemark. Direct measurement of the forces and moments applied to the abutment of trans-femoral amputees fitted with an osseointegrated implant. QUT Strategic Link with Industry. 2002. 1 year. 13,332 $AUD

  • Frossard, Smeathers, Evans. Comparison of the forces and moments applied on the residual limb of above-knee amputees as produced in the 'real world' when using quadrilateral and ischial containment sockets. QUT Early Career Research Grants Scheme. 2002. 1 year. 5,500 $AUD

  • Barker, Smeathers, Frossard. Direct measurement of the forces and moments in artificial legs during daily activities using wireless transmission of data. QUT Research Encouragement Award. 2002. 1 year. 15,000 $AUD

  • Pearcy, Barker, Frossard. Measure of the forces and moments applied on the residual limb of above-knee amputees during daily-life activities as produced in the 'real world'.QUT ATN Small Research Grants Scheme. QUT ATN Small Research Grants Scheme . 2002. 1 year. 11,819 $AUD

  • Frossard, Smeathers, Barker, Meerkin, Condie. Data logger. Equipment Committee of School of Human Movement Studies. 2002. 1 year. 2,093 $AUD

  • Jasiewicz, McDonald, Frossard. Development of inertial motion sensors for remote gait analysis. QUT Strategic Link with Industry. 2001. 1 year. 21,861 $AUD



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