- Ph.D., Ecology Evolution and Organismal Biology, Brown University, 2022
- M.S., Ecology Evolution and Organismal Biology, Brown University, 2019
- B.S., Integrative Biology, University of South Florida, 2016
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program, 2018-2022
- Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study, 2018-2022
- Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (member)
- Sigma Xi Research Honor Society (member)
- American Society of Biomechanics (member)
Dr. Lomax analyzes issues concerning the biomechanics of human injury, including interactions involving consumer products, motor vehicle collisions, and premises liability events.
Dr. Lomax has a thorough understanding of human anatomy and physiology as well as extensive experience with motion capture systems, electromyography (EMG), force plates, inertial motion units (IMUs), and material testing systems (MTS). Using these technologies, Dr. Lomax has worked to evaluate how biomechanical metrics can influence functional capabilities in the real world.
Before starting at Exponent, Dr. Lomax was a graduate research fellow for both the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the National Science Foundation at Brown University. Dr Lomax's work focused on understanding vertebrate biomechanics as he employed and developed novel methods of three-dimensional (3D) and X-ray motion capture to study how muscles work to produce motion in both human and animal models.