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Bangladeshi Nanoscientist has Invented Artificial Human Lung

Bangladeshi scientist Ayesha Arefin Tumpa has invented artificial human lung by using Nanotechnology. Ayesha with her team has invented artificial human lung by using Nanotechnology. They have inented new technology for poisoning and diseases caused by bacteria by controlling the neurological function of living tissue. They are developing methods to improve testing of toxin and diseases and support including replacing prevalent animal testing methods with trials in artificial organs. The team is creating an artificial human lung to reveal how the cells of human lung work during the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and invent the antidote of this.

Ayesha is also researching to develop a hollow, fiber-based neurovascular model to mimic a brain artery environment. This will help to study arterial embolism: blockage, disturbance in the blood supply,which leads to a brain stroke.

Ayesha Arefin received undergraduate degree in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST). Now she is doing doctoral in nano-science at University of New Mexico. She is also working for Bio-security and Public Health in the Bio-science Division at Loss Alamo's National Laboratory in the U.S.

She is committed to help people beyond the lab. She volunteered to rehabilitate the abuse girls in her home country. Ayesha hopes to go back to Bangladesh where she wants to establish a school for children to learn math ad science. Her contribution in artificial human lung invention will save thousands of life.



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