in Biological Sciences
Team member between
Oct 2021 - May 2022
Monitoring of heart activity using noninvasive measurements of heart-induced vibrations on the chest surface
Bio at the time of joining the lab. Muneebah Umar is majoring in biological sciences with a pre-medicine concentration. She is enrolled in the Shackouls Honors College and is a recipient of the Ottilie Schillig Leadership Presidential Endowed Scholarship. She is a member of Student Association and Aspiring Young Minorities in Healthcare. Her research interests include cardiovascular disease (CVD) and medical anthropology. In the future, she hopes to become a physician and improve healthcare quality, especially among marginalized communities.
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.
Cook, J., Umar, M., Khalili, F., Taebi, A. (2022).
Body acoustics for the non-invasive diagnosis of medical conditions.
Bioengineering 9(4): 149.