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Alumni

Aysha Mann

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M.Sc. Student

in Biomedical Engineering

Team member between

Aug 2023 - May 2024 (as a M.Sc. student)

Oct 2021 - Aug 2023 (as an undergraduate researcher)

Research Project

Monitoring of heart activity using noninvasive measurements of heart-induced vibrations on the chest surface

Aysha Mann joined our team as a junior undergraduate student. At the time, she was majoring in biomedical engineering at Mississippi State. She was a part of the Shackouls Honors College, the Biomedical Engineering Association at MSU, the National Society of Black Engineers, Students for a Sustainable Campus, and serves as a Resident Advisor for Mississippi State University Department of Housing and Residence Life. Aysha hopes to do research in immunology or oncology in the future. For now, she is excited to research early diagnosis and personalized treatment for cardiovascular diseases. Some hobbies include traveling, being a loyal fan to the Tennessee Titans with her dad, cuddling with her dog Tyson, and finding ways to be more eco-friendly/minimalistic.

  Publications  

Mann, A., Gamage, P.T., Kakavand, B., Taebi, A. (2024).

Exploring the Impact of Sensor Location On Seismocardiography-Derived Cardiac Time Intervals.

ASME J of Medical Diagnostics 7(1):011007.
doi 10.1115/1.4063203

Mann, A., Kakavand, B., Gamage, P.T., Taebi, A. (2023).

Effect of Measurement Location on Cardiac Time Intervals Estimated by Seismocardiography.

ASME 2023 International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exposition, V005T06A070.

doi 10.1115/IMECE2023-112702

Mann, A., Cook, J., Umar, M., Khalili, F., Taebi, A. (2022).

Heart Rate Monitoring Using Heart Acoustics.

ASME 2022 International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exposition, V004T05A069.
doi 10.1115/IMECE2022-96824

  Poster Presentations  

Mann, A., Taebi, A. (2023).

Cardiac time interval estimation based on seismocardiography.

Undergraduate Research Symposium, Mississippi State University.

April 13-14, 2023.

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