Rajeev Samarage

PROFILE

Rajeev Samarage

Research Lead

Rajeev brings to 4Dx substantial expertise in analysis of biological images, having developed methods to derive quantitative measures of physiological force and motion in cardiovascular, neurological and pulmonary systems. He obtained his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Monash University in 2016, and this work led to an Outstanding Paper Award and a special editorial in the prestigious journal Developmental Cell.

Rajeev leads 4Dx’s Research team, developing the methodologies underlying the company’s core products. As part of this role, Rajeev ensures 4Dx’s products are clinically relevant through clinical and pre-clinical studies.

PhD Monash University
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (hons.) Monash University

HONOURS AND AWARDS

Measurement Science and Technology Outstanding Paper Award 2012

MST awards the Outstanding Paper Award for the best paper published in the journal. Polynomial element velocimetry (PEV): a technique for continuous in-plane velocity and velocity gradient measurements for low Reynolds number flows receives the award of Best Fluid Mechanics paper published in MST during 2012.

Australian Postgraduate Award 2009

The Australian Government Department of Education Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) scholarships are awarded to students of exceptional research potential undertaking a higher degree by research (HDR) in Australia.

Monash Graduate Scholarship 2009

This scholarship granted internally by Monash University is awarded to 100 students per year, who have demonstrated academic achievement through 1st class honours in their undergraduate studies.