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Mohammad Sahlabadi, Ph.D.

Mohammad Sahlabadi, Ph.D.

  • Lead Research & Development Engineer

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Temple University (2015 – 2018) – Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering

University of Tehran (2012 – 2015) – Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mohammad received his BSc and MSc in Mechanical Engineering (ME) from the University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. In August 2015, Mohammad joined the ME program at Temple University as a PhD student and graduated with a Doctorate in ME in May 2018. After graduation, Dr. Sahlabadi worked as a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at California Polytechnic State University (July 2018-June 2019) before joining Surgical Innovations (SI) as a Postdoctoral Scholar in July 2019. Dr. Sahlabadi was promoted to rank 2 Specialist (Lead R & D Engineer) in December 2019.

Dr. Sahlabadi's research focuses on the design and development of novel medical devices. As the lead engineer at SI, his duties include: designing and conducting research protocols; writing proposals, academic publications and grant applications; supporting technical development of novel medical devices; providing technical and engineering support to surgeons at UCSF; mentoring and supervising early-career engineers at SI; project management and evaluating the progress of ongoing projects.

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  1. Sahlabadi M, Hutapea P. Novel design of honeybee-inspired needles for percutaneous procedure. Bioinspir Biomim. 2018 04 18; 13(3):036013. View in PubMed
  2. Sahlabadi M, Khodaei S, Jezler K, Hutapea P. Insertion mechanics of bioinspired needles into soft tissues. Minim Invasive Ther Allied Technol. 2018 Oct; 27(5):284-291. View in PubMed


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