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FOAD KABINEJADIAN
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans
[email protected] ; [email protected] ~ (734)780-4748
EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Singapore, 2012
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (Biomechanics)
IRAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Tehran, Iran, 2006
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
AMIRKABIR UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Tehran, Iran, 2003
PROFESSIONAL/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Tulane University – New Orleans
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, 1/2017 to present
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Gas embolotherapy for treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma and renal carcinoma:
− Conducting in vivo studies of gas embolotherapy in mice, including induction of tumor,
followed by performing treatments utilizing acoustic droplet vaporization in the tumor to
occlude blood flow and starve tumor.
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, 12/2015 to 12/2016
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Gas embolotherapy for treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma and renal carcinoma:
− Conducted in vivo studies of gas embolotherapy in mice, including induction of tumor,
followed by performing treatments utilizing acoustic droplet vaporization in the tumor to
occlude blood flow and starve tumor.
− Theoretical modelling of gas micro-bubble formation and expansion due to acoustic
droplet vaporization by ultrasound.
National University of Singapore (NUS) – Singapore
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, 4/2011 to 12/2015
Designed different novel medical devices in a number of projects funded by Agency for Science,
Technology and Research (A*STAR), and by National Medical Research Council (NMRC),
Singapore, at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Surgery, NUS.
Designed in vitro test methods and implemented experimental assessments. Conducted
computational simulations for design optimizations. Fabricated prototypes and contributed to in vivo
animal trials of the prototypes. Wrote four research grant proposals:
Select projects…
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Covered stent membrane design for treatment of atheroembolic diseases:
− Designed a novel membrane for prevention of emboli and preservation of side-branch
flows (PCT WO/2013/055293A1, 2013) for treatment of atheroembolic diseases, such
as carotid artery stenosis and peripheral arterial diseases.
− Fabricated PDMS replicas of realistic carotid artery geometries and designed and setup
physiological flow loops.
− Conducted Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) to measure the flow field velocity.
− Conducted in vitro evaluation of flow preservation through the novel covered stent.
− Invented and made a novel ‘plaque analogue’ to mimic atherosclerotic plaques and
conducted in vitro evaluation of emboli prevention by the novel covered stent.
− Contributed to in vitro thrombogenicity test of the covered stent.
− Contributed to in vivo animal trials of the covered stent in pig models.
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An operative-adjunct device for maintaining visualization during laparoscopic surgery –
Seymour Shield:
− Designed two distinct devices based on different engineering concepts to address the
problem.
− Fabricated working prototypes.
− Designed and conducted in vitro evaluations.
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A Nasogastric Tube Insertion Guide – Soprano: This device is designed based on an acoustic
negative feedback as well as having an anatomic geometric configuration for easier insertion
to esophagus.
− Designed and fabricated a variety of configurations for the device.
− Fabricated PDMS replicas of realistic human respiratory and digestive tracts.
− Designed and conducted in vitro evaluation of prototypes.
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Development of a more accurate method for measurement of Mitral Regurgitation, utilizing
ultrasound and computational fluid dynamics (CFD): Contributed essentially to the design and
development of a novel method to considerably improve the accuracy of mitral regurgitation
measurement by combining the patients’ ultrasound data with CFD simulations.
− Performed computational reconstruction of patients’ mitral valve geometries.
− Developed MATLAB codes to analyze the patients’ Doppler data to extract the patientspecific boundary conditions for the CFD simulations.
− Conducted 3D CFD simulations to obtain accurate mitral regurgitation.
− Designed an in vitro test method and fabricated the flow loop.
− Conducted ultrasound measurements to validate the method.
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Design, fabrication, and in vitro trials of different heart valves, including a percutaneous mitral
valve, percutaneous cava valves, and tissue aortic valves: Contributed significantly to a
number of projects on the design and testing of different heart valves.
− Designed stents and fabricated stent valves.
− Designed and fabricated test rigs and physiological flow loops.
− Conducted flow measurement by Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV).
− Contributed to animal trials of the valves.
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A gastric device for treatment of Type II diabetes mellitus and obesity: Contributed to the
design, assembly, and animal trials of the device.
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INDUSTRY CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
Merlin Medical, PTE LTD – Singapore
CONSULTANT, 6/2013 to 6/2014
As a Research Consultant, provided the following research services to this medical device (stent)
manufacturer to obtain regulatory approval of their product:
− Fabricated PDMS models of intracranial internal carotid artery with branches.
− Performed in vitro testing, PIV flow measurements, and hemodynamic performance
evaluation of their flow modulator covered stents for treatment of intracranial aneurysm.
− Conducted computational simulations of blood flow through the porous membrane of
the flow modulator covered stents in branched models of internal carotid artery.
TEACHING/MENTORING EXPERIENCE
Department of Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
Mentor of Graduate and Undergraduate Students, 4/2011 to 12/2015
Mentored nine graduate research associates (including five PhD students) and a number of
undergraduate Final-Year-Project students.
Department of Mechanical and Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering &
Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh
Invited Instructor, 6/2013
Conducted a workshop on “Experimental Biofluid Mechanics” and “Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)
Measurement Technique” as an invited instructor at Bangladesh University of Engineering and
Technology (BUET).
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU),
Singapore
Teaching Assistant, 8/2007 to 11/2010
Taught undergraduate courses and laboratory sessions on “Thermodynamics” and “Heat Transfer”
for seven consecutive semesters.
RESEARCH GRANTS FUNDED
Co-Investigator – S$500,000 (US$370,000), 9/2014 to 3/2016
“Prototype and Delivery System Optimization of a Novel Covered Stent for Treatment of Atheroembolic Arterial Disease”, Biomedical Engineering Programme (BEP), Agency for Science,
Technology, and Research (A*STAR), Singapore.
Collaborator – £192,000 (€240,000), 10/2014 to 3/2016
“Development of a Novel Flow Field Augmentation Technique to Improve the Patency of Distal Graft
Anastomosis”, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK.
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HONORS AND AWARDS
Scholarships/Fellowships
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Full Graduate Research Scholarship Award, Granted by Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore, 1/2007 to 1/2011
Fully Subsidized Graduate Studies, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, 9/2003
to 7/2006
Fully Subsidized Undergraduate Studies, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, 9/1998 to
9/2003
Competition Awards
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First Prize Winner, “MIT HackMed @ SG”, the first MIT Hacking Medicine healthcare hackathon
in Singapore, 7/2015
Thematic Prize Winner for best addressing the “Aging-in-Place” Challenge Statement, “MIT
HackMed @ SG”, 7/2015
PATENT
P. Ho, H.L. Leo, F. Cui, S.H. Ng, and F. Kabinejadian, "Membrane for covering a peripheral surface
of a stent" (PCT) WO/2013/055293A1, 2013 (National phase filed in the US and Singapore).
PUBLICATIONS
Book and Book Chapters
1. F. Kabinejadian, D.N. Ghista, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, and H.L. Leo. “Hemodynamics of Coronary
Artery Bypass Grafting: Conventional vs. Innovative Anastomotic Configuration Designs for Enhancing
Patency” in “Coronary Graft Failure – State of the Art”, I.C. Tintoiu, M.J. Underwood, S.P. Cook, H.
Kitabata, and A. Abbas (Editors), Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2016 (invited chapter).
2. F. Kabinejadian, Y. Huo, D.N. Ghista, and G.S. Kassab. “Coronary Blood Flow Analysis and
Coronary Bypass Graft Design” in “Cardiology Science and Engineering”, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis
Group, 2016.
3. F. Kabinejadian, D.N. Ghista, and L.P. Chua. “Coupled Sequential Anastomotic Bypass Graft
(CSABG) Design” in “Cardiology Science and Engineering”, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
4. D.N. Ghista and F. Kabinejadian. “Determination of Arterial Pulse Wave Propagation Velocity and
Arterial Properties” in “Cardiology Science and Engineering”, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
5. D.N. Ghista, F. Kabinejadian, K. Subbaraj, and E. Fallen. “Left Ventricular Blood Pump Analysis of
Intra-LV Flow Velocity and Pressure, for Coronary Bypass Surgery Candidacy” in “Cardiology Science
and Engineering”, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
6. D.N. Ghista, L. Liu, and F. Kabinejadian. “Analysis for left ventricular pressure increase during
isovolumic contraction phase due to activation of myocardial fibers” in “Cardiology Science and
Engineering”, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
7. F. Kabinejadian and D.N. Ghista. “Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Design Simulations:
Emphasizing a Novel CABG Design of Sequential Anastomoses”, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012.
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Refereed Journal Articles
1. F. Kabinejadian, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, F. Cui, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “Covered Stent Membrane
Design for Treatment of Atherosclerotic Disease at Carotid Artery Bifurcation and Prevention of
Thromboembolic Stroke: An In Vitro Experimental Study”, Artificial Organs 40(2), pp. 159-168, 2016.
2. F. Kabinejadian, B. Su, D.N. Ghista, M. Ismail, S. Kim, and H.L. Leo. “Sequential venous
anastomosis design to enhance patency of arterio-venous grafts for hemodialysis”, Computer Methods in
Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 2016.
3. F. Kabinejadian, M. McElroy, A. Ruiz-Soler, H.L. Leo, M. Slevin, L. Badimon, and A. Keshmiri.
“Numerical Assessment of Novel Helical/Spiral Grafts with Improved Hemodynamics for Distal Graft
Anastomoses”, PLOS ONE, 2016 (in press).
4. G.P. Kumar, F. Kabinejadian, J. Liu, P. Ho, H.L. Leo, F. Cui. “Simulated Bench Testing to Evaluate
the Mechanical Performance of New Carotid Stents”, Artificial Organs, 2016.
5. M. Ismail, G.P. Kumar, F. Kabinejadian, Y.N. Nguyen, F. Cui, E.L.W. Tay, and H.L. Leo. “An
Experimental and Computational Study on the Effect of Caval Valved Stent Oversizing”, Cardiovascular
Engineering and Technology 7(3), pp. 254-269, 2016.
6. F. Kabinejadian, F. Cui, B. Su, A. Danpinid, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “Effects of a Carotid Covered Stent
with a Novel Membrane Design on the Blood Flow Regime and Hemodynamic Parameters Distribution at
the Carotid Artery Bifurcation”, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 53(2), pp. 165-177, 2015.
7. Y.H. Kuan, F. Kabinejadian, V.T. Nguyen, B. Su, A.P. Yoganathan, and H.L. Leo. “Comparison of
hinge microflow fields of bileaflet mechanical heart valves implanted in different sinus shape and
downstream geometry”, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 18(16), pp.
1785-1796, 2015.
8. B. Su, L. Zhong, F. Kabinejadian, H.Q. Phang, G.P. Kumar, F. Cui, S. Kim, R.S. Tan, J.K.F. Hon,
and H.L. Leo. “Numerical modeling of intraventricular flow during diastole after implantation of BMHV”,
PLOS ONE 10(5): e0126315, 2015.
9. M. Ismail, F. Kabinejadian, and H.L. Leo, “In vitro investigation of the hemodynamics of transcatheter
heterotopic valves implantation in the cavo-atrial junction”, Artificial Organs 39(9), pp. 803-814, 2015.
10. F. Kabinejadian, D.N. Ghista, B. Su, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, L.P. Chua, J.H. Yeo, H.L. Leo. “In Vitro
Measurements of Velocity and Wall Shear Stress in a Novel Sequential Anastomotic Graft Design Model
under Pulsatile Flow Conditions”, Medical Engineering & Physics 36(10), pp. 1233-1245, 2014.
11. Y.H. Kuan, V.T. Nguyen, F. Kabinejadian, B. Su, S. Kim, A.P. Yoganathan, and H.L. Leo. “Numerical
analysis of the hemodynamic performance of bileaflet mechanical heart valves at different implantation
angles”, Journal of Heart Valve Disease 23, pp. 642-650, 2014.
12. B. Su, Y. Huo, G.S. Kassab, F. Kabinejadian, S. Kim, H.L. Leo, and L. Zhong. “Numerical
investigation of blood flow in three-dimensional porcine left anterior descending artery with various
stenoses”, Computers in Biology and Medicine 47, pp. 130-138, 2014.
13. F. Kabinejadian, F. Cui, Z. Zhang, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “A Novel Carotid Covered Stent Design: In
Vitro Evaluation of Performance and Influence on the Blood Flow Regime at the Carotid Artery
Bifurcation”, Annals of Biomedical Engineering 41(9), pp. 1990-2002, 2013.
14. D.N. Ghista and F. Kabinejadian*. “Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Hemodynamics and
Anastomosis Design: A Biomedical Engineering Review”, BioMedical Engineering OnLine, 12, 2013.
15. F. Kabinejadian* and D.N. Ghista. “Compliant Model of a Coupled Sequential Coronary Arterial
Bypass Graft: Effects of Vessel Wall Elasticity and Non-Newtonian Rheology on Blood Flow Regime and
Hemodynamic Parameters Distribution”, Medical Engineering & Physics 34, pp. 860-872, 2012.
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16. F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, M. Sankaranarayanan, and Y.S. Tan. “A Novel Coronary
Artery Bypass Graft Design of Sequential Anastomoses”, Annals of Biomedical Engineering 38(10), pp.
3135-3150, 2010.
17. F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, and Y.S. Tan. “CABG Models Flow Simulation Study on the
Effects of Valve Remnants in the Venous Graft”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology 10, pp.
593-609, 2010.
18. A. Ruiz-Soler, F. Kabinejadian, and A. Keshmiri. “Optimization of a Novel Spiral-Inducing Bypass
Graft Using Computational Fluid Dynamics”, under review.
Select Oral Presentations / Conference Papers
1. F. Kabinejadian, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, F. Cui, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “Covered stent with perforated
membrane for treatment of peripheral atheroembolic disease”, World Congress on Medical Physics &
Biomedical Engineering, Toronto, June 7-12, 2015.
2. F. Kabinejadian, M. Kaabi Nezhadian, F. Cui, P. Ho, and H.L. Leo. “A novel covered stent design for
treatment of peripheral atheroembolic disease”, International Conference on Experimental Mechanics
(ICEM 2014), Singapore, November 2014.
3. F. Kabinejadian, F. Cui, H. Pei, H.L. Leo. “Evaluation of Hemodynamic Performance of a Novel
Carotid Covered Stent”, The International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM 2014),
Cambridge, England, July 2014 (Invited Talk).
4. F. Kabinejadian, B. Su, H.L. Leo. “Intra-Ventricular Flow Dynamics Post-Implantation of a Bileaflet
Mechanical Heart Valve”, The International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM 2014),
Cambridge, England, July 2014.
5. F. Kabinejadian, H.L. Leo. “In-Vitro Evaluation of Flow Modification by Covered Stents for Treatment
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of Intracranial Aneurysms”, 15 International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Singapore,
December 4-7, 2013.
6. F. Kabinejadian, H.L. Leo, A. Danpinid, F. Cui, Z. Zhang, and P. Ho. “In Vitro Flow Measurements in
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Anatomic Models of Carotid Artery Bifurcation, Using Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) Technique”, 15
International Conference on Experimental Mechanics, Porto, July 22-27, 2012.
7. F. Kabinejadian, H.L. Leo, A. Danpinid, F. Cui, Z. Zhang, and P. Ho. “Particle Image Velocimetry
(PIV) Flow Measurements of Carotid Artery Bifurcation with Application to a Novel Covered Carotid Stent
Design”, World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Beijing, May 26-31, 2012.
(IFMBE Proceedings Volume 39, 2013, pp. 1441-1444)
8. F. Kabinejadian, D.N. Ghista, and H.L. Leo. “Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of a Coupled
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Sequential Coronary Arterial Bypass Graft”, 10 International Symposium on Computer Methods in
Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Berlin, April 11-14, 2012.
9. F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, and Y.S. Tan. “A New Coronary Artery Bypass Graft
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(CABG) Distal Anastomosis Design”, 11 International Congress of the IUPESM - World Congress on
Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Munich, September 7-12, 2009. (IFMBE Proceedings,
2010, Volume 25/4, Pages 491-494)
10. F. Kabinejadian, L.P. Chua, D.N. Ghista, and Y.S. Tan. “Effect of Irregularities of Graft Inner Wall at
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the Anastomosis of a Coronary Artery Bypass Graft”, 13 International Conference on Biomedical
Engineering, Singapore, December 3-6, 2008. (IFMBE Proceedings, 2009, Volume 23, Track 5, Pages
1838-1841)
11. F. Kabinejadian, M. Alizadeh, and S. Ebrahimi. “A Blood Couette Flow Analysis, based on the Strainth
Gradient Theory”, 13 Iranian Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Tehran, February 21-22, 2007.
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