Dr. Y was recently awarded the Laufman-Greatbatch Award. Named after two pioneers in the field—Harold Laufman and Wilson Greatbatch—this prestigious recognition honors an individual who has made a unique and significant contribution to the advancement of healthcare technology and systems, service, patient care, or patient safety. You can read more here and watch the celebrations video here. […]
Dr. Kartik Sundareswaran, a distinguished alumni from the CFM Lab, was selected as a member of Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni at Georgia Tech. Dr. Sundareswaran did his bachelors, masters and PhD from Georgia Tech, graduating with his PhD in Bioengineering under the guidance of Dr. Ajit Yoganthan, in 2008. From there he began his […]
Dr. Y has been chosen as the inaugural recipient of the AATS Honorary Fellowship Award – “For more than 40 years, Professor Yoganathan has been a pioneer in basic and translational cardiovascular research, applying computational fluid mechanics to the development and analysis of prosthetic heart valves, heart function, and complex congenital heart defects. Indeed, it is […]
We would like to congratulate Imran, René and Leonardo for winning the GHA Healthcare 2040 Futuring Competition organized by the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. They proposed a solution to the major healthcare challenges in 2040 by integrating computational technologies to enable predictive and precision medicine.
Imran Shah, a graduate student in Biomedical Engineering from the CFM Lab presented his work on developing a framework for real-time shape optimization of an idealized TCPC for use in Fontan surgical planning via reduced order modeling approaches. The authors have shown that they can provide an optimal TCPC geometry for a desired Hepatic Flow […]