Biofluid Mechanics Research Laboratory

Research Staff

Foad KABINEJADIAN

Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Research Interests:
- Cardiovascular Engineering
- Numerical simulation of blood flow and fluid-structure interaction (FSI) in arteries and ventricles
- Experimental flow measurements, and in particular Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) technique
- Continuum mechanics, non-Newtonian and higher order fluid mechanics, and tensor-based analyses and calculations

Qualifications:
Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering), Nanyang Technological University
M.Sc. (Biomedical Engineering), Iran University of Science and Technology
B.Eng. (Mechanical Engineering), Amirkabir University of Technology

Email: surfka@nus.edu.sg

Selected Publications:

F. Kabinejadian, F. Cui, B. Su, A. Danpinid, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “Effects of a Carotid Covered Stent with a Novel Membrane Design on the Blood Flow Regime and Hemodynamic Parameters Distribution at the Carotid Artery Bifurcation”, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 53(2), pp. 165-177, 2015.

F. Kabinejadian, D.N. Ghista, B. Su, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, L.P. Chua, J.H. Yeo, H.L. Leo. “In Vitro Measurements of Velocity and Wall Shear Stress in a Novel Sequential Anastomotic Graft Design Model under Pulsatile Flow Conditions”, Medical Engineering & Physics 36(10), pp. 1233-1245, 2014.

F. Kabinejadian, F. Cui, Z. Zhang, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “A Novel Carotid Covered Stent Design: In Vitro Evaluation of Performance and Influence on the Blood Flow Regime at the Carotid Artery Bifurcation”, Annals of Biomedical Engineering 41 (9), pp. 1990-2002, 2013.

F. Kabinejadian and D.N. Ghista. “Compliant Model of a Coupled Sequential Coronary Arterial Bypass Graft: Effects of Vessel Wall Elasticity and Non-Newtonian Rheology on Blood Flow Regime and Hemodynamic Parameters Distribution”, Medical Engineering & Physics 34, pp. 860-872, 2012.

F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, M. Sankaranarayanan, and Y.S. Tan. “A Novel Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Design of Sequential Anastomoses”, Annals of Biomedical Engineering 38 (10), pp. 3135-3150, 2010.


F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, and Y.S. Tan. “CABG Models Flow Simulation Study on the Effects of Valve Remnants in the Venous Graft”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology 10, pp. 593-609, 2010.



ZUO Keping

Research Associate, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Research Interests:
- Medical device design, particular in delivery system for minimally invasive procedures
- Experimental testing of mechanical and biomechanical properties
- Tissue Mechanics



Qualifications:
M.Sc. (Biomedical Engineering), University of Connecticut
M.Eng. (Technology Management), University of South Australia
B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering), Hunan University

Email: biezk@nus.edu.sg

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