Barry Doyle

BE PhD Limerick, Associate Professor

  • The University of Western Australia (M519), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

I am currently Program Head of Cardiovascular Science & Diabetes and also Lab Head of the Vascular Engineering Laboratory (VascLab) at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. I am also Associate Professor in the School of Engineering at UWA and an Honorary Fellow at the British Heart Foundation Centre for Cardiovascular Science at University of Edinburgh.

I have a BEng (2005) and PhD (2009) both in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland. I am a previous recipient of a Marie-Curie Fellowship (2010-12), UWA Research Fellowship (2012-14) and NHMRC Career Development Fellowship (2014-18). I co-developed and established the Biomedical Engineering teaching programs at UWA and was the inaugural Program Chair from 2018-21. I am also one of the founding members of the BioZone.

I am on the Editorial Board of Medical Engineering & Physics; Bioprinting; Journal of Endovascular Therapy; and European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (2018-21). I review for national and international funding agencies, external Masters and PhD programs, as well as for over 30 different leading journals.

I am lucky to work with an amazing group of engineers, scientists and clinicians, and we have been awarded over 50 local and international prizes for our work. Most notably, winning the international Mimics Innovation Award three times (2009, 2017, 2018). We have been awarded over $11 million in funding as lead or co-lead for the research we do at VascLab.

Our research focusses primarily on cardiovascular health and disease, and my group uses cutting-edge engineering techniques to better understand disease and improve patient outcomes across a range of cardiovascular areas such as aneurysms, dissection, coronary artery disease, placenta vasculature and retinal vasculature. More recently, my team is working on new biomaterials and biofabrication techniques to develop novel devices for both cardiovascular disease and musculoskeletal disease.

Roles and responsibilities

Editor: "Cardiovascular Biomechanics" (Springer, 2017). Downloaded ~2 million times.

Editor: "Computational Biomechanics for Medicine" book series (Springer) from 2013-18.

Editorial Board Member: European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery; Journal of Endovascular Therapy; Medical Engineering & Physics; Bioprinting.

Program Chair of Biomedical Engineering at UWA (2018-21).

Unit Coordinator: ENSC3023 - Biomedical Engineering; BMEG4003 - Cardiovascular Biomechanics.

External examiner: Macquarie University (2019); University of Auckland (2019); Queensland University of Technology (2020); Monash University (2020).

Grant panel member: NHMRC (Australia); Medical Research Council (NZ).

Grant reviewer: Australian Research Council (ARC); National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC); Health Research Council of New Zealand; Royal Society of New Zealand Te Aparangi; National Institute of Health Research (NIHR); Czech Science Foundation; Austrian Science Fund; Research Foundation - Flounders (Belgium); Velux-Stiftung (Switzerland); Florida Dept of Health.

Active reviewer: >30 clinical and engineering journals, such as Circulation; Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology; Journal of the Royal Society Interface; Annals of Biomedical Engineering; Scientific Reports.

Current projects

Please visit the VascLab webpage and contact me for more details.

Teaching overview

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (ENSC3023)

Cardiovascular Biomechanics (BMEG4003)

External positions

CTO, FloMatrix

1 Sep 2018 → …

Research expertise keywords

  • Biomedical engineering
  • Computational and experimental biomechanics
  • 3D reconstruction of medical images
  • Cardiovascular biomechanics
  • Soft tissue biomechanics
  • Finite element analysis
  • Computational fluid dynamics

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