Dr. Zhijie Wang is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. She received her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from State University of New York at Buffalo in 2008, her M.S. in mechanical engineering from State University of New York at Buffalo in 2004, and B.S. in biomedical engineering from Zhejiang University in 2001. Her research interests include cardiovascular tissue biomechanics and mechanobiology, viscoelasticity of cardiovascular tissues, multi-scale biomechanics (from tissue to organ systems), tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, and preclinical animal models and/or patient studies.
700 Meridian Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80521
The CardioVascular Biomechanics (CVB) Laboratory is located at 700 Meridian Avenue in the Scott Bioengineering Building on CSU’s main campus in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The Scott Engineering Building opened in February 2013. This 105,000 square-foot three-story facility for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering contains classrooms, teaching labs, and research space. Five laboratory pods support research groups working in close collaboration.
Mechanical Engineering Labs at the Scott Bioengineering Building
- Biomaterials Research and Engineering Laboratory
- Biomaterials Surface Micro/Nano-Engineering Laboratory
- CardioVascular Biomechanics Laboratory
Additional Mechanical Engineering Labs
Engineering Research Center
Powerhouse Energy Campus
- Adaptive Robotics Laboratory
- Advanced Biofuel Combustion and Characterization Laboratory
- Center for Energy Development and Health
- Center for Laser Sensing and Diagnostics
- Chemical Energy Conversion Laboratory
- Engines and Energy Conversion
- Laboratory for Air Quality Research
- Methane Emissions Technology Evaluation Center (METEC)
- Research, End Market, and Commercialization Hub CoLab
- Sustainability Research Laboratory
Translational Medicine Institute