Sandy Rihana received her Master and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering from the Technical University of Compiegne, France in 2008. She is qualified in France to the 61th section Computer engineering, signal processing and control. She joined Holy Spirit University of Kaslik as Assistant Professor and is Co-founder of the Biomedical Engineering Department. She is a Fulbright Scholar in the University of South Florida, Tampa, USA. She has authored and co-authored many conference papers. Her current research interests are smart medical device design, medical signal and image processing, feature extraction and classification. She is IEEE-EMBS Industry Liaison Officer and a member of HTMA in Lebanon.
TBME, Featured ArticlesA Functional-genetic Scheme for Seizure Forecasting in Canine Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a chronic condition characterized by recurrent, spontaneous, and unpredictable seizures resulting from the abnormal and excessive synchronization of groups of neurons. While first line of treatment consists of anti-epileptic medication, about a third of patients are refractory. Epilepsy... Read more
Posted on 21 MAY 2018