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consultant , biomedical engineer

Ming-Yie Jan, Chinese biomedical engineer, consultant. Achievements include first to explore the hemodynamic basis of Chinese pulse feeling; first to explore the study of the pulsatile microcirculation and its relationship to arterial hemodynamics; research in Pressure pulse velocity is related the longitudinal elastic properties of the artery; patents for real-time heart-rate synchronized microcirculatory blood flow measurement.

Background

Jan, Ming-Yie was born on June 12, 1969 in Chang-Hua County, Taiwan. Son of Shun-Jen Jan and Cha-Chu Liu.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 2000.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow Institute of Physics, Academy Sinica, Taipei, since 2000. Medical device expert, consultant Det Norske Veritas, Taiwan, Taipei, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to explore the hemodynamic basis of Chinese pulse feeling. First to explore the study of the pulsatile microcirculation and its relationship to arterial hemodynamics. Research in Pressure pulse velocity is related the longitudinal elastic properties of the artery.

    Patents for real-time heart-rate synchronized microcirculatory blood flow measurement.

Membership

Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, American Physiological Society.

Connections

Married Chieh-Lan Li, July 31, 1999. Children: Yung-Ning, Yung-Chi.

father:
Shun-Jen Jan

mother:
Cha-Chu Liu

spouse:
Chieh-Lan Li

child:
Yung-Ning Jan

child:
Yung-Chi Jan