Research

Starting in Fall 2014, I joined Professor Boyce Griffith’s Cardiovascular Modeling and Simulation Group as a graduate research assistant. I am involved in developing mathematical and computational tools to develop physiological models that can be used to study various heart diseases. Developing high-fidelity predictive models to perform simulations that can help answer challenging questions about optimal device performance, device selection, regulation for future cardiovascular devices, and surgical planning.

Project 1. Validation and Verification of Bioprosthetic Heart Valves