BioFluid-Structure Interaction (BioFSI) laboratory at New York Institute of Technology focuses on computational analyses of biofluids in human body interacting with both the biological and mechanical structures. Biological structures are those that are naturally present in the body and interact with biofluids, e.g. cerebrospinal fluid interacting with brain or blood flow interacting with heart valves and blood vessels. Mechanical structures in human body are sometimes present too, especially when a medical device is implanted to treat a patient with diseased/malfunctioning biological structure, e.g. mechanical heart valves. Our research was previously highlighted in the national and international press (usatoday.com, usabreakingnews.net, brainhealthdaily.com, paulickreport.com, thoroughbreddailynews.com, nybreds.com, publicnow.com, bloodhorse.com, bioengineer.org, neurosciencenews.com, medicalxpress.com, eurekalert.org).