Majid Jadidi, PhD
Dr. Majid Jadidi
- Biomechanics, Assistant Professor
Dr. Majid Jadidi does translational research in cardiovascular mechanobiology and develops mathematical and machine learning models to describe the interplay of biology and mechanics in biomaterials and tissues.
Statics & Dynamics, Strength of Materials, Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Continuum Mechanics
Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Vascular Mechanobiology, Constitutive Modeling of Biological Tissues and Synthetic Grafts, Machine Learning and Data Analytics in Biomechanics
Ph D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, Mechanical Engineering, 2020
BS, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, Mechanical Engineering, 2016
BS, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, Industrial Engineering, 2016
Jadidi Miandashti, Majid, Razian, S, Habibnezhad, M, Anttila, E, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2021. Mechanical, structural, and physiologic differences in human elastic and muscular arteries of different ages: Comparison of the descending thoracic aorta to the superficial femoral artery., Acta biomaterialia, 119, 268-283.
Jadidi Miandashti, Majid, Habibnezhad, M, Anttila, E, Maleckis, Kaspars, Desyatova, Anastasia, MacTaggart, J, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2020. Mechanical and structural changes in human thoracic aortas with age., Acta biomaterialia, 103, 172-188.
Jadidi Miandashti, Majid, Sherifova, S, Sommer, G, Kamenskiy, Alexey, Holzapfel, G. 2021. Constitutive modeling using structural information on collagen fiber direction and dispersion in human superficial femoral artery specimens of different ages., Acta biomaterialia, 121, 461-474.
Jadidi Miandashti, Majid, Razian, S, Anttila, E, Doan, T, Adamson, J, Pipinos, M, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2021. Comparison of morphometric, structural, mechanical, and physiologic characteristics of human superficial femoral and popliteal arteries., Acta biomaterialia, 121, 431-443.
Jadidi Miandashti, Majid, Poulson, W, Aylward, P, MacTaggart, J, Sanderfer, C, Marmie, B, Pipinos, M, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2021. Calcification prevalence in different vascular zones and its association with demographics, risk factors, and morphometry., American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology, 320, 6, H2313-H2323.