Miss Zhinuo Jenny Wang
After completing a Bachelors in Engineering with Honours in Biomedical Engineering, Jenny began a PhD at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute in 2014.
Research | Current
Characterising human heart failure with clinical imaging and structure-based modelling
Jenny is developing automated biomechanics modelling methods to interpret clinical images (MRI) from heart failure patients in order to estimate the passive and contractile myocardial properties of the heart on a per-patient basis. This will allow investigations of the changes in myocardial tissue mechanics which occur during heart failure.
This research project is built on international collaborations (including the St. Francis Hospital in New York) which provide access to unique data on myocardial motion and left ventricular chamber pressure measurements across a variety of patient groups.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Wang, Z. (2018). Left ventricular mechanics in human heart failure The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland.
- Wang, Z., Wang, V. Y., Bradley, C. P., Nash, M. P., Young, A., & Cao, J. J. (2016). Quantifying passive myocardial stiffness and wall stress in heart failure patients using personalized ventricular mechanics. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 10.1186/1532-429X-18-S1-O17
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Christopher Bradley, Vicky Wang, Martyn Nash, Alistair Young