Axel Moore earned his B.S. in marine engineering at the California Maritime Academy in 2012, then went on to pursue a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware. His doctoral work centered on the mechanics of soft hydrated materials, namely articular cartilage, and the mechanics that underlie fluid recovery. Following this, he received a post-doctoral fellowship to work at Imperial College London specializing in biomaterials design and tissue engineering for bone and cartilage applications. He then joined the University of Delaware as a research scientist and developed an in vivo model of spinal deformity (scoliosis) to understand the mechanisms and effects of spinal growth modulation and deformity correction.

Prevention and Treatment of Joint Disorders with Robotics


2021 Post-doctoral, Imperial College London

2017 Ph.D., University of Delaware

2012 B.S., California State University Maritime Academy

Research Interests