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Kingdom of Bahrain
Dr. Damien Comiskey, a member of Bahrain Polytechnic’s academic staff, will have his most recent research paper Predicting the external formation of a bone fracture callus: an optimisation approach published by an internationally-renowned science journal published in Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering.
As the Kingdom’s leading professional and technical training institution, Dr. Comiskey’s achievement affirms Bahrain Polytechnic‘s commitment to providing top-level academic staff for their students and actively engaging in world-class research with respected peer-reviewed scientific journals.
John Scott, Chief Executive Officer at the Bahrain Polytechnic commented, “We would like to congratulate Dr. Damien for his latest accomplishment. We are very proud to have him as a key asset of our team to support our ongoing efforts aimed at giving Bahraini students the best education and training from leaders in different fields.”
The award-winning Dr. Comiskey explored the complex process of bone fracture healing via a computational simulation model in his latest work. His previous study on the influence of mechanical stimulus on the formation of bone healing tissues earned him the Young Engineers Best Research Paper Prize Award 2010 in Ireland.
Within every degree programme students and tutors at the Bahrain Polytechnic are required to involve themselves with the latest developments in different industries to ensure their theoretical education is enhanced with practical or hands-on application. This intimate involvement guarantees that its graduates meet real-life future job market demands.
Dr Damien Comiskey, a staff member since 2009, holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Dublin City University in Ireland.