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WSU INSIDER Featured Mahdieh Babaiasl

WSU INSIDER featured Mahdieh Babaiasl’s research on Fracture-directed Waterjet Steerable Needles.

The featured article is titled “Cutting-edge needles promise more accuracy in medical procedures” and interviewed graduate students Mahdieh Babaiasl and Fan Yang who conduct research on Steerable Needles under the supervision of Dr. John Swensen.

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The researchers, including John Swensen and graduate students Mahdieh Babaiasl and Fan Yang, test their waterjet-based, steerable needles that could improve accuracy and control and reduce tissue damage for many common, non-invasive medical procedures.

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