Mona Ramadan received a BS in electronic engineering from Sebha University, Libya in 2005. She holds an MS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 2010, and is currently finalizing her work towards the PhD degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Her current research interests include signal processing, computer vision and machine learning.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesHigh Resolution Cervical Auscultation Signal Features Reflect Vertical and Horizontal Displacement of the Hyoid Bone During Swallowing
Cédrine Rebrion, Zhenwei Zhang, Yassin Khalifa, Mona Ramadan, Atsuko Kurosu, James L. Coyle, Subashan Perera, Ervin Sejdić
Abstract Millions of people across the globe suffer from swallowing difficulties, known as dysphagia, which can lead to malnutrition, pneumonia, and even death. Swallowing cervical auscultation, which has been suggested as a noninvasive screening method for dysphagia, has not been associated... Read more
Posted on 9 JAN 2019