Ruby Dhaliwal

Ruby Dhaliwal, a Surrey, B.C. native, pursued her post-secondary education in Kelowna where she earned her Master of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Her research focused on the design and evaluation of a novel air-based cardiovascular flow simulator. Ruby’s ambition is to earn her Ph.D. and become a professor in the biomedical engineering field, inspiring and empowering women in STEM. In her free time, Ruby enjoys working out, baking, and indulging in a good cup of coffee.



Goode, D., Dhaliwal, R., Mohammadi, H. (2020). Transcatheter mitral valve replacement: state of the art. Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology. 11. 10.1007/s13239-020-00460-4.

Goode D., Dhaliwal R., Mohammadi H. (2023) Valve interstitial cells under impact load, a mechanobiology study. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology. 47(1):54-66. doi: 10.1080/03091902.2022.2097328. Epub 2022 Jul 20. PMID: 35856893.

Dhaliwal R., Goode D., Mohammadi H. An innovative approach to cardiovascular flow simulators: validation of an air-based study. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, Accepted 2023R

Ruby Dhaliwal