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Dr Ng Jaryl



Dr Jaryl Ng completed his Ph.D dissertation on the use of in vitro and in silico platforms to understand acute coronary stent thrombosis from the Department of BioMedical Engineering, National University of Singapore. His current research interests is in the applications of biomedical engineering in the field of cardiovascular physiology and cardiovascular interventions.

In the National Heart Research Institute of Singapore, Dr Jaryl’s research involves the use of a novel computational based techniques to calculate the fractional flow reserve using computed tomography coronary angiography images.


  • BEng (Biomedical Engineering) National University of Singapore 2015
  • PhD National University of Singapore 2020

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Student Chapter Chair, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Singapore Chapter (2020)


Research Interests

  • Cardiovascular Physiology
  • Cardiovascular Imaging
  • Cardiovascular Intervention
  • Benchtop Coronary Stenting Assessment
  • Computational Modelling

Publications and Research Trials

  • Over-expansion capacity and stent design model: an update with contemporary DES platforms. Ng J, Foin N, Ang HY, Fam JM, Sen S, Nijjer S, Petraco R, Di Mario C, Davies J, Wong P. International journal of cardiology. 2016 Oct 15;221:171-9.
  • Local hemodynamic forces after stenting: implications on restenosis and thrombosis. Ng J, Bourantas CV, Torii R, Ang HY, Tenekecioglu E, Serruys PW, Foin N. Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology. 2017 Dec;37(12):2231-42.
  • Stent malapposition and the risk of stent thrombosis: mechanistic insights from an in vitro model. Foin N, Lu S, Ng J, Bulluck H, Hausenloy DJ, Wong PE, Virmani R, Joner M. EuroIntervention. 2017 Oct 1;13(9):e1096-8.
  • Bioresorbable polymeric scaffold in cardiovascular applications. Toong DW, Toh HW, Ng JC, Wong PE, Leo HL, Venkatraman S, Tan LP, Ang HY, Huang Y. International journal of molecular sciences. 2020 Jan;21(10):3444.
  • Early coverage of drug-eluting stents analysed by optical coherence tomography: evidence of the impact of stent apposition and strut characteristics on the neointimal healing process. Lee R, Foin N, Ng J, Allen J, Soh N, Ang I, Shim W, Torii R, Wong P. EuroIntervention. 2016 Aug 5;12(5):e605-14.

Research Trials

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