PHD Student Ph.D. (2013-present), Mechanical Engineering, George Washington University, USA.
M.S. (2010-2012), Biomedical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Iran.
B.S. (2006-2010), Biomedical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran.
My research focuses on development and acoustic studies of ultrasound contrast agents (microbubbles) as well as nanodroplets. Acoustic responses of encapsulated microbubbles and nanodroplets (prepared in house) are studied in our customized setup. Mechanical properties of them are under investigation using atomic force microscopy (AFM).
My research also involves applications of ultrasound and microbubbles for assessment of tissue engineering. Other ongoing interest includes acoustic characterization of 3D printed porous polymeric scaffolds as potential tissue substitutes.