Melissa Brindise
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Melissa Brindise.

Melissa Brindise

New position: Assistant Professor at Penn State (Dept. of Mechanical Engg.)

Melissa Brindise was a post-doctoral research associate in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University, working with Professor Pavlos Vlachos. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering (2013) and her PhD in Mechanical Engineering (2019), both from Purdue University. Her research has focused on experimental and clinically-imaged neurovascular and cardiovascular flow analysis and on methods development. Her research interests include fluid dynamics associated with cerebral aneurysms, traumatic brain injury, and heart disease, as well as transition to turbulence in unsteady flows. She has also worked on developing image and signal processing tools for data denoising, time-frequency analysis, unsupervised segmentation, and autonomous detection of arrythmias. She received the American Heart Association Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in 2017 for her work on cerebral aneurysms. In addition, she earned the Lambert Teaching Fellowship (2017) and Magoon Award for Excellence in Teaching (2018).


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