Yuan-Chiao Lu

Interests: My research has been primarily focused on automotive safety and injury prevention, and I developed computational and shape models crucial to transportation and biomedical research. Specifically, my work has focused on the application of biomechanics and biostatistics in material testing and statistical shape analysis of hard and soft tissues, as well as the development of medical devices and medical image processing. As a biomedical engineer, I characterized the material properties of human abdominal organs and tissues, and also developed probabilistic computational models of these organs. In addition, I also conducted medical image data analysis to better understand the brain injury mechanisms. My recent research focused on the optimization of magnetic resonance imaging for capture brain motion and the development of three-dimensional human brain models under mild angular acceleration using the material point method.

Education

National Chung Hsing University

B.S. Applied Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering

National Cheng Kung University

M.S. Biomedical Engineering

University of Michigan

M.S. Biostatistics

University of Florida

M.S. Forensic Science

University of Virginia

Ph.D. candidate Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University

Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering and Sciences

Johns Hopkins University

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Email: yclu@jhu.edu