- Associate Professor, Surgery
- Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Dorothy Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute, Room 405A
473 W 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
- B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology,1998
- M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000
- Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004
Key Honors and Distinctions
- George T. Abell Outstanding Teaching & Service Faculty Award, College of Engineering, Colorado State University (2014)
- George T. Abell Outstanding Early Career Faculty Award, College of Engineering, Colorado State University (2013)
RESEARCH AREAS – Cardiovascular and Biofluid Mechanics
- Biomaterials; Biomechanics; Fluid dynamics; Micro/Nanotechnology devices; Heart valve prostheses; Heart development
Professor Dasi’s lab develops new knowledge as it pertains to tackling complex problems in cardiovascular fluid mechanics. Current research projects underway include: (1) Understanding the role of mechanical stresses on the morphogenesis of embryonic heart, (2) Development of novel heart valve technologies, (3) Energy loss characteristics of multiple heart valve disease, (4) Fluid-structure interaction modeling of the native aortic valve, (5) Lagrangian blood damage modeling and novel bileaflet mechanical heart valve designs, (6) Minimally invasive heart valve therapy, and (7) Understanding the small-scale structure of strongly anisotropic turbulence.
- Hatoum, H.; Crestanello, J.A.; Dasi, L.P., 2016, "To the Editor." New England Journal of Medicine 374, no. 16, 1591 - 1591.
- Johnson, B.; Garrity, D.; Dasi, L.P., "The Brine Shrimp's Butterfly Stroke."