Richard L Leask
Associate Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department, his lab uses engineering principles and analyses to answer basic questions in biology and medicine. The core research is directed at the biomechanics and pathobiology of cardiovascular disease. The laboratory is also actively involved in the design and testing of biomedical devices and biomaterials, the metabolomics of common xeonobiotics.
Specialties: Biomedical engineering, Cardiovascular disease biomechanics, Cardiovascular pathology, Fluid dynamics