Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Professor Mufeed Mah'd
Associate Professor Mah'd received his Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario. He has conducted studies related to medical imaging including the use of an iodine contrast agent in a flat plate CT mammogram system. He has also studied an embolization scaffold in the treatment of cerebrovascular aneurysms. He has been a research mentor for many graduate level students and has served as the Director of the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Certificate Program.
Associate Professor Xingwei Wang
Associate Professor Wang received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and has been the recipient of a NSF CAREER Award. Her areas of interest include optical fiber sensors and biomedical devices. She reviews for multiple journals and organizations and has been a repeat reviewer for NSF proposals. Her research is focused on optical sensors, including a refractive index sensor as well as an acoustic pressure sensor. She has published several studies on drug eluting stents.