I am a third-year PhD student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. My research will develop a multiscale computational model to simulate blood flow in bioprosthetic aortic valve prostheses and predict valve thrombosis. The outcome of this work is expected to provide patient-specific guidance for post-operational anticoagulation therapy and suggestions for valve design to lower thrombosis risk.
I completed my undergraduate study in Mechanical Engineering at the Anhui University of Technology, where I gained basic mathematics, physics, and mechanics knowledge. One day I came across the interdisciplinary field of cardiovascular biomechanics and found my mechanical engineering background could provide a different perspective, so I continued my MEng in Biomechanics and Medical Engineering at Peking University, where I completed my research topic of left ventricular wall biomechanical analysis in Cardiovascular Mechanics and Interventional Cardiology Laboratory.
2020 - present
PhD candidate in Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
2017 - 2020
MEng in Biomechanics and Medical Engineering, College of Engineering, Peking University, China
2013 – 2017
BEng in Machine Design, Manufacturing and Its Automation, School of Mechanical Engineering, Anhui University of Technology, China
My research interests include numerical simulations to explain how fluid, structure, and other factors interact in the cardiovascular system, how these interactions eventually lead to cardiovascular disease, and how medical devices play a role in changing these interactions and ultimately treating the disease.
"A multiscale computational model for valve thrombosis following bioprosthetic aortic valve implantation"
Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
Dr Saeed Mirsadraee
Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, UK
Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Biomechanics, BioMechanical Engineering, 3ME, TU Delft
Yin, Z., Zhang, W., Zhao, D., Sulejmani, F., Feng, Y., Huo, Y., & Tan, W. (2020). Cardiac wall mechanics analysis in hypertension-induced heart failure rats with preserved ejection fraction. Journal of biomechanics, 98, 109428.
Awards and Funding
Fully funded PhD scholarship awarded by the Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London.
Graduate teaching assistant in Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London: Reaction Design Project (Control Component)- 2nd Year Undergraduate (2022/23)
Graduate teaching assistant in Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London:
Matlab Tutorial- 1st Year Undergraduate (2021/22)
Graduate teaching assistant in College of Engineering, Peking University:
Biofluid Mechanics- Postgraduate (2018/19)
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