Ms. Freyder came to S-E-A after receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and her Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering (specializing in Biomechanics) from Tulane University. As a biomechanical research technician at Tulane, Ms. Freyder was involved with pre-clinical orthopaedic implant studies, analyzing material biocompatibility, mechanical properties, efficiency, safety, and failure analysis at the Tulane University Medical School Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Ms. Freyder also completed the Advanced Collision Investigation course at Texas A&M University prior to joining S-E-A. Since joining S-E-A, she has continued to perform bio-mechanical analyses of injury mechanisms, injury causation, injury reconstruction and their relationships to potential accident and/or impact sources. Ms. Freyder has also applied her education and experience to investigate, analyze, and reconstruct vehicular accidents. A licensed professional engineer in multiple states, Ms. Freyder has collaborated with colleagues on investigative research projects in the areas of vehicle accident reconstruction, biomechanics, human kinematics, injury thresholds, MADYMO, and motion capture, culminating in multiple published papers. She is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
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