Dr. Saami K. Yazdani
Office Hours

Fall 2015
MWF 10:10–11:00
  
Ph: (251) 460-7220
Dr. Saami K. Yazdani
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering / Biomedical Engineering

Research Interests

My research interest is to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease. We employ a combination of traditional engineering approaches (solid mechanics and fluid mechanics) and biological techniques (tissue engineering and physiology) to develop models to better understand the pathology of cardiovascular disease and characterize the failure of cardiovascular devices.


Education

Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Wake Forest University
M.S. Engineering Mechanics, Virginia Tech
B.S. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Virginia Tech


Publications

Malve M, Gharib AM, Yazdani SK, Finet G, Martinez MA, Pettigrew R, Ohayon J. Tortuosity of coronary bifurcation as a potential local risk factor for atherosclerosis: CFD steady state study based on in vivo dynamic CT measurements. Accepted to Annals of Biomedical Engineering.

Yazdani SK, Pacheco E, Nakano M, Otsuka F, Naisbitt S, Kolodgie FD, Ladich E, Rousselle S, Virmani R. Vascular, downstream, and pharmacokinetic responses to treatment with a low dose drug-coated balloon in a swine femoral artery model. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2014; 83(1):132-140.

Bouvier A, Deleaval F, Doyley MM, Yazdani SK, Finet G, Le Floc'h S, Cloutier G, Pettigrew RI, Ohayon J. A direct vulnerable atherosclerotic plaque elasticity reconstruction method based on an original material-finite element formulation: theoretical framework. Phys Med Biol. 2013; 58(23):8457-8476.
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Courses

EG 101 Introduction to Engineering
EG 284 Dynamics
ME 316 Instrumentation& Exp Method Lab
EG 621 Biomedical Engineering II

Faculty AdvisorBiomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Student Chapter