Huda Asfour

Title:
Adjunct Professor
Office:
Office TBD | Office hours: T: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm and 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Email:
[email protected]

Dr. Huda Asfour earned her B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering in 2006 and 2012, respectively, from the George Washington University (GW). She completed her postdoctoral training at Duke University before returning to GW. She currently serves as a research scientist and adjunct professor here. A multidisciplinary researcher with training in optical imaging, tissue engineering, and signal and image processing, her main research interests are developing software and hardware solutions for advancing cardiac imaging, in addition to a special interest in 21st engineering education.

 

  • B.S., The George Washington University, 2006
  • Ph.D., The George Washington University, 2012
  • Postdoctoral Associate, Tissue Engineering and Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory, Duke University, 2015
  • Postdoctoral Scientist, Department of Pharmacology and Physiology, The George Washington University, 2018
  • P Koti, N Muselimyan, E Mirdamadi, H Asfour, NA Sarvazyan, Use of GelMA for 3D printing of cardiac myocytes and fibroblasts, Journal of 3D printing in medicine, 2019.
  • SGuen, HAsfour,NSarvazyan, MLoew Application of unsupervised learning to hyperspectral imaging of cardiac ablation lesions. Journal of Medical Imaging 5(4), 046003, 2018.
  • H Asfour, S Guan, N Muselimyan, L Swift, M Loew, N Sarvazyan, Optimization of wavelength selection for multispectral image acquisition: a case study of atrial ablation lesions, Biomedical optics express 9 (5), 2189-2204.
  • CP Jackman, AM Ganapathi, H Asfour, Y Qian, BW Allen, Y Li, N Bursac, Engineered cardiac tissue patch maintains structural and electrical properties after epicardial implantation, Biomaterials 2018.
  • Luther M Swift*, Huda Asfour*,Narine Muselimyan, Cinnamon Larson, Kenneth Armstrong, Narine A Sarvazyan, Hyperspectral imaging for label-free in vivo identification of myocardial scars and sites of radiofrequency ablation lesions, Heart Rhythm 2017.
  • Grant: American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship: Award #14POST20380539
  • Cardiac Electrophysiology, Biomedical Imaging, and Signal Processing
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Medical Devices Development
  • Engineering Education in the 21st Century.
  • BME 4920W: Biomedical Engineering Capstone Project Lab II
  • BME 4925W: Biomedical Engineering Capstone Project Lab III
  • BME 3910W: Capstone Design Preparation
  • BME 3915W: Biomedical Engineering Capstone Project Lab I