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Biomedical Engineer

College Park, Maryland, United States
$60,000 per year
January 13, 2018

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Paniz Rezvan


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University of Maryland, College Park, M.E. Bioengineering [GPA: 3.47] September 2015 – May 2017 o Relevant courses:

Biosensor Techniques and Applications; Biostatistics; Biomedical Device Development; Biophotonic Imaging; Biomechanics of Exercise; Bimolecular and Cellular Rate Processes; Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics; Physiological Transport Phenomena

Azad University of Tehran, B.S. Biomedical Engineering [GPA: 3.71] September 2011 – July 2015 o Relevant courses:

Protection, Safety and General Hospital Standards; Systematic Planning; Principles of Health and Medical Services Management; Biophysics; Intro to Computational and Biological Intelligence; Medical Informatics; Fundamentals of Electronics

Work Experience

ORISE Fellow, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), CDRH, Silver Spring July 2017 – September 2017 o Researched state-of-the-art mock circulatory loop (MCL) technologies. o Researched clinical patient data and created customized target input waveforms for MCL by digitizing. o Developed approaches for the standardization and automation of MCLs. o Simulated human cardiovascular system to evaluate the performance of ventricular assistant devices (VADs). o Optimized configurations of the MCLs components; fabricated parts using 3D printing and polymer molding. o Designed experiments and troubleshooting to evaluate the effects of hydraulic resistance, compliance and heart valves on MCL performance.

Research Assistant, Bioengineering Department, U of Maryland, College Park May 2016 – June 2017 o Collaborated with Dr. Arthur T. Johnson and Dr. Jafar Vossoughi on Airflow Perturbation Device (APD) to measure respiratory resistance for early detection and diagnostics purposes. o Computed APD measurements from human subjects in different body positions [n=400]. o Performed statistical evaluation between the effects of posture and gender on respiratory resistance values. o Assisting in evaluating the data and subsequent preparation of a manuscript. Research Assistant, Electrical Engineering Department, U of Maryland, College Park January 2017 – March 2017 o Assisted Dr. Shihab Shamma on investigating of neurophysiological aspects of auditory cortex. o Received training and performed electroencephalogram (EEG) test. o Prepared subjects for EEG measurements [n=20].

Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, U of Maryland, College Park January 2016 – May 2017 o Tutored for Fundamentals of Physics II (PHY122). o Formulated lecture notes, conducted theory lectures and lab experiments. o Assisted more than 40 undergraduate students to prepare for exams and course projects. o Lead two sessions per week of Physics II laboratory, working on related experiments such as oscilloscopes. Medical Device Intern, Nikan hospital, Tehran, Iran February 2015 – May 2015 o Served as undergraduate assistant in the Biomedical Engineering division. o Focused on Medical Equipment Management, including maintenance, quality assurance, and hospital safety. o Analyzed calibrations and device failures, using a customized medical inventory management software. o Prepared detailed monthly reports of equipment maintenance schedule along with cost estimation. o Having hands on experience working with different units and clinics and their data analysis. 2

Biomedical Engineering Course Projects

MRI Distraction Goggles – Biomedical Device Development, U of Maryland, College Park Spring 2017 o Conducted a mock Capstone project on MRI Distraction Goggles to aid pediatric MRI patients. o Utilized virtual reality to navigate the patient through the MRI procedure without the use of sedation. o Suggested FDA premarket approval process such as 510(K) and PMA. Pacemakers – Biomedical Device Development, U of Maryland, Collage Park Spring 2017 o Investigated on history and evaluation of pacemakers. o Performed literature review on leadless, single and dual chamber pacemakers. Biomechanics of swimming– Biomechanics of exercise, U of Maryland, College Park Fall 2016 o Reviewed biomechanics of human body during swimming with focus on breaststroke. o Evaluated damages and possible preventions during swimming. Certifications and Memberships

o Certificate of participation in the Analytical Sciences Training Workshop, Bioprocess Research and Education Program/ NIST, Maryland USA, June 2016

o Member of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) since June 2016 o Certificate of Good Clinical Practice from COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI PROGRAM) o Certificate of Biomedical Responsible Conduct of Research from COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI PROGRAM)

o Certificate of Expert Controls from COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI PROGRAM) o Certificate of participation in the workshop on creativity and innovation in design and research in biomedical engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran Iran, November 2014. o Certificate of participation in the First International Conference on Robotics in Medicine, Azad University of Tehran in collaboration with the Qazvin Azad University, February 2012. o Active member of the Iranian Society of Biomedical Engineers (ISBME) since November 2011 Software Proficiency

o MATLAB, Microsoft office, Visual basic, Code Vision, Simulink, C#

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