William Y. (Bill) Pike is a Science & Technology Manager with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Human Research and Engineering Directorate Advanced Training and Simulation Division in Orlando, FL, where he leads research efforts exploring how to improve modeling and simulation technologies for training medics and other medical caregivers. His bachelor’s degree is in Systems Science from the University of West Florida, and he holds two master’s from the University of Central Florida, in Computer Engineering and Modeling & Simulation. Bill is also a Captain in the Navy Reserve, currently supporting the Director of Research at the Office of Naval Research.
Fascia, a fibrous connective tissue, is responsible for allocating skeletal muscles and corresponding neurovasculature into function-based compartments. Pressure is capable of accumulating within these compartments, initiating the onset of a condition commonly referred to as compartment syndrome. When the pressure… Read More