- Location Pasadena, California, United States
- Date 01-03-2023
Our circulatory system's 500 million years of evolution is on full display during the nine months of human embryonic heart development. The hallmark of this evolution is a beating, complex, autonomous muscular pump that sustains life. In this lecture, Caltech Professor of Aeronautics and Medical Engineering Morteza (Mory) Gharib will explain the concept of a wave system established by the beating heart that moves through the human body, which can provide a window to the health of the cardiovascular system and early diagnoses of its devastating diseases by utilizing modern data science.
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