Altaf A. Khan
Altaf A. Khan is a research assistant and PhD student at University of Illinois at Chicago. Altaf has worked extensively with vibration through elastic and viscoelastic materials such as human and animal tissue. He uses different imaging techniques, including Magnetic Resonance Elastography and Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometry. Currently he is studying the affects of wave motion across the fingertip for sensational perception.
TBME, Featured ArticlesScattering and Diffraction of Elastodynamic Waves in a Concentric Cylindrical Phantom for MR Elastography
Benjamin L. Schwartz, Ziying Yin, Temel K. Yasar, Yifei Liu, Altaf A. Khan, Allen Q. Ye, Thomas J. Royston, Richard L. Magin
Benjamin L. Schwartz, Ziying Yin, Temel K. Yaşar, Yifei Liu, Altaf A. Khan, Allen Q. Ye, Thomas J. Royston, and Richard L. Magin, University of Illinois, USA The mechanical properties of biologic tissue are often correlated to their relative states of health,... Read more
Posted on 23 OCT 2016