Dr Mo Sanami

Programme Leader of Biomedical Engineering

Dr Sanami is a lecturer at the school of Engineering. He graduated with a BEng and MSc in Engineering in 2006. Following the completion of his MSc, he was working part-time as a lecturer at university. He also worked in the automotive industry for two years. He turned to Medical engineering based on his interests in using finite element analyses (FEA) and simulation methods for biomedical applications. He was awarded his second MSc in Medical Engineering from The University of Hull in 2009. His PhD thesis at the University of Bolton has been based on the development of smart materials for biomedical applications.

From April 2015, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, where he was working on the intra-abdominal platform system to aid retraction in laparoscopic surgery. He worked closely with industry partners and a clinical advisory group to develop and validate a complete system for commercialisation. Since May 2017 he has returned to the University of Bolton and taken a new role as a Lecturer in School of Engineering.

His researches has resulted in five UK innovation patents so far in implant, deployable devices, production of continuous collagen filaments, vascular graft and telescopic magnetic retractor.

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