This page contains an archive of the news that have appeared on the Taebi Lab Homepage.
Brooke got into LSU medical school! Congratulations, Brooke!
Taebi Lab received Undergraduate Research Program funding from MSU's Office of Research and Economic Development for our brain disease project.
Aysha presented her research on heart rate monitoring using heart acoustics in the 2022 ASME IMECE in Columbus, OH.
Amirtahà will be a panelist on "Can I be my own doctor? Wearables, Apps, and other Hardware and Technology" in Mississippi Health Innovation Conference which will be held in Jackson, MS, on August 16, 2022.
Our paper "Deep Learning for Computational Hemodynamics: A Brief Review of Recent Advances" is published in Fluids.
Maggie Jo got an early acceptance (end of her sophomore year) to medical school! Congratulations! We are proud of you!
Our paper on the impact of injection location on radioembolization outcome has been selected as the featured "Continue Medical Education" (CME) article of the month for June 2022 by the EIC of JVIR and CME editor.
Aysha's paper on "Heart rate monitoring using heart acoustics" is accepted for oral presentation at ASME IMECE 2022 to be held in Columbus, OH in Fall.
Our paper on the impact of injection distance to bifurcations on yttrium-90 distribution in liver cancer radioembolization is published in the J of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
Rukiye joined Taebi Lab as a PhD student! Welcome Rukiye!
Dr. Taebi will teach ABE 4323, "Physiological systems in biomedical engineering" in Fall 2021.
We are looking for motivated students and researchers to join us. For the funded positions currently available, please see the Opportunities.
Amirtahà will give a virtual research talk at the University of Georgia's Sensorweb Research Laboratory on "Characterization and classification of seismocardiographic signals using respiration information" on May 4, 2021.
Amirtahà will join Mississippi State University as an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering starting Fall 2021.