DING, Haiyan-School of Medicine, Tsinghua University

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DING, Haiyan

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    6/2015-present: Engineer, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University

    8/2011-6/2015: Research Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University

    6/2009-8/2011: Visiting Faculty, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

    8/2005-6/2009: Lecturer, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University

    8/1998-7/2005: M.S. and Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Tsinghua University

    8/1993-7/1998: B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Tsinghua University

Biomedical Engineering applies engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes. My goal is to advance diagnosis, monitoring and therapy by translating the knowledge I have in engineering, neuroscience, medical physics and imaging.

My first try is neonatal cerebral function monitoring by means of amplitude-integrated EEG. The bedside simplified EEG records enable cerebral maturation, development and injury assessment from preterm to infant non-invasively. The successful clinical application encourages me to keep going on translational medicine.

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, featured as ‘one stop shopping’ for heart imaging, brings me into a fantastic world where I am not only ‘seeing’ the heart (morphology and function) but also ‘seeing through‘ the heart (pathophysiology). The challenges are not only to ‘freeze’ the beating heart via imaging technique but also to discover the profound pathophysiological mechanism in medical practice.

A biomedical engineer must have the vision on both medical applications and engineering sides. That’s what I am.

1. High resolution cardiac MRI

2. Motion compensation

3. Tissue characterization in myocardial diseases

4. Neonatal cerebral function monitoring

1. Haiyan Ding, Laura Fernandez-de-Manuel, Michael Schär, Karl H. Schuleri, Henry Halperin, Le He, M. Muz Zviman, Roy Beinart, Daniel A. Herzka*. 3D Whole-Heart T2 Mapping at 3 T, Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2015, 74(3): 803-816

2. Haiyan Ding, Karl H. Schuleri, Michael Schär, M. Muz Zviman, Roy Beinart, Daniel A. Herzka. High-Resolution T2 Relaxometry Detects Intramyocardial Hemorrhage Post Myocardial Infarction in Swine. SCMR Scientific Sessions, Jan 16-19, New Orleans, USA, 2014 (#1854757)

3. Haiyan Ding, Michael Schär, Elliot R. McVeigh, Henry Halperin, M. Muz Zviman, Roy Beinart, and Daniel A. Herzka, Quantitative T2 mapping Visualizes Hemorrhage and Edema after Acute Myocardial Infarction in Swine”, ISMRM 21st Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Apr 19-26, The Salt Lake City, USA, 2013(#0255)

4. Haiyan Ding, M. Muz Zviman, Henry Halperin, Roy Beinart and Daniel A. Herzka, Magnetic Resonance T2 mapping enables hemorrhage visualization after acute myocardial infarction in swine, AHA scientific sessions, Nov 3-7, Los Angeles, USA, 2012 (#17813)

5. Dandan zhang, Xinlin Hou, Yunfeng Liu, Congle Zhou, Yuejia Luo, Haiyan Ding, “The utility of aEEG and NIRS measurements as indexes of hypoxic-ischemia in the newborn pig”, Clinical Neurophysiology, 2012, 123: 1668-1675

6. Haiyan Ding, Di Xu, M. Muz Zviman, Valaria Sena-Weltin, Luciano Amado, Saman Nazarian, Elliot R. McVeigh, Henry Halperin and Daniel A. Herzka. High spatial resolution free breathing 3D T2 mapping for edema detection in radio frequency ablation, ISMRM 19th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, May 7-13, Montreal, Canada, 2011 (#23)

7. Dandan Zhang, Yunfeng Liu, Xinlin Hou, Congle Zhou, Yuejia Luo, Datian Ye, Haiyan Ding, “Reference Values for Amplitude-Integrated Electroencephalogram in Infants from Preterm to 3.5 Months of Age”, Pediatrics, 2011, 127(5): e1280-7, Erratum in: Pediatrics. 2011, 128(2): 390

8. Hou X, Ding H, Teng Y, Zhou C, Tang X, Li S, Ding H. Research on the relationship between brain anoxia at different regional oxygen saturations and brain damage using near-infrared spectroscopy, Physiol Meas. 28(10): 1251-1265 (2007)

9. Ding Haiyan, Ye Datian. “Fast extraction of mismatch negativity based on independent component analysis”, Qinghua Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Tsinghua University), 2005, 45(9): 1277-1281 (In Chinese)

10. Haiyan Ding, Datian Ye, Tracking the Amplitude Variation of Evoked Potential by ICA and WT, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3174: 459-464 (2004)