Jun Ni


Dr. Jun Ni received a BS in Naval Architecture from Harbin Engineering University, a MS in Mechanical Engineering from Shanghai Jiaotong University(SJTU), and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Iowa(UI) in 1991. He had two-years postdoc research experiences inUI and Purdue University respectively Jun Ni joined the Department of Radiology of Carver College of Medicine at UI as an Associate Professor in radiology informatics and high-performance computing in medical imaging. He also held his affiliatedprofessorship in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, and Multi-disciplinary Graduate Program in life science and medical informatics at the University of Iowa. He was PI of many USA-based research projects sponsored by NSF, NIH, Intel, Microsoft et al. He was honored as a visiting professor at Harbin Engineering University, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Shanghai University in China, respectively.

Research Interests:

His research mainly focus on imaging/biomedical and medical informatics, Computational tumor dynamics/oncology Biotransports in biophysical and physiological systems Nanomedicine, space medicine.

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