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引智教师:Yi-Xian Qin




Yi-Xian Qin is a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at Stony Brook University. He also serves as Director of Orthopaedic Bioengineering Research Laboratory at Stony Brook. He received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (specializing in Biomechanics) from The State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1997. After a short postdoctoral training at Orthopaedics of Stony Brook, he became one of the founding faculty members in BME in 1998, and helped to establish both BME Graduate and Undergraduate Programs. He is now the Fellow of the American Institute of Medicine and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) represented top 2% bioengineers in the field around the World. He has authored more than 70 papers and book chapters, and 8 patents and disclosures in bone, orthopaedic bioengineering and related fields. He has been serving the Team Leadership for the NSBRI for more than 10 years, in which he has built active relationship with astronauts, flight surgeons, and space medicine researchers.

Dr. Qin is among the founding faculty for both Biomedical Engineering Graduate (initiated in 1997) and Undergraduate (initiated in 1999) Programs in Stony Brook University. He is fully committed to the development of a multidisciplinary education plan in biomedical engineering, integrated from pre-college to the post-graduate levels. He is currently Track Chair for the Biomechanics and Biomaterial Track in the BME Program. He is course director for BME303 Biomechanics, BME420 Computational Biomechanics, BME604 Numerical Biology and Medicine, and BME499 BME Research. He has taught these course in both undergraduate and graduate levels more than 10 years. He was awarded Outstanding Teaching Award in 2007. Prof. Qin is also fully committed to training students in multiple levels in his lab. He has graduated 9 postdoc fellows, awarded10 doctoral students with 12 on-going PhD students, more than 15 MS graduates, and more than 10 medical residents. The BME Program graduate 25-30 undergraduates annually, in which approximately 1/4 are trained in biomechanics and biomaterials discipline in Prof. Qin's lab. Prof. Qin is a member of ABET committee. The BME Program at Stony Brook University is awarded second terms (6 years each) from the US National ABET Committee.