Hazar Ashouri received her B.E. in electrical and computer engineering from the American University of Beirut in 2013. She joined Georgia Institute of Technology in 2014 as an MS student in Electrical and Computer Engineering. She is currently a PhD candidate and a graduate research assistant in Inan's research laboratory under the supervision of Dr. Omer Inan. Her current research includes cardio-mechanical signals and non-invasive cardiovascular monitoring.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesElucidating the Hemodynamic Origin of Ballistocardiographic Forces: Towards Improved Monitoring of Cardiovascular Health at Home
The ballistocardiogram (BCG), a signal describing the reaction forces of the body to cardiac ejection of blood, has recently gained interest in the research community as a potential tool for monitoring the mechanical aspects of cardiovascular health for patients at... Read more
Posted on 1 APR 2016