Nov 28 - Nov 28
2018
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wed - Wed

Cardiac Imaging, Mechanics, and Modeling Symposium

2018 Program Overview

  9:00 AM        Arrival + Continental Breakfast

       9:50 AM                   Welcome - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

     10:00 AM                   Opening Remarks - Alan Garfinkel, UCLA

10:15 AM        Session 1: Imaging Myocardial Structure and Function

Moderator Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

New Techniques for Imaging Cardiac Motion with MRI. Mike Loecher, Stanford University

Evaluation of Cardiac Strains from DENSE MRI Using a Computational Deforming Phantom. Ilya Verzhbinsky, Stanford University

Helix Angle Mobility During Systole Using High Resolution Cardiac Diffusion Tensor Imaging. Kévin Moulin, Stanford University

Estimating Patient-specific Myofiber Strain from In Vivo MRI Data by Solving a Computational Model. Luigi Perotti, UCLA

Improved MRI-based Measurement of the End-Systolic Pressure-Volume Relationship in Normal Sheep. Mark Ratcliffe, SFVAMC

12:30 PM        Hosted Lunch

  1:30 PM        Session 2: Mechanics of Growth and Remodeling in Heart Disease

Moderator Luigi Perotti, UCLA

A Longitudinal Study of Heart Failure - What Have We learnt? Ellen Kuhl, Stanford University

Building Cardiac Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer MRI into a Comprehensive Tool to Quantify Multi-scale Changes in Heart Failure. Moriel Vandsburger, UC Berkeley

Mechano-Diffusion Based Growth Modeling. Mehrzad Tartibi, UCSF

A Novel MRI-based Finite Element Modeling Framework for Studying Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation. Yue Zhang, SFVAMC

Investigating the Effect of Ischemia on LV Remodeling. Vicky Wang, SFVAMC

  3:30 PM        Coffee Break

  4:00 PM        Session 3: Modeling of the Whole Heart 

Moderator - Vicky Wang, SFVAMC

Understanding Drug-induced Arrhythmias with Multi-scale Modeling and Machine Learning. Francisco Sahli, Stanford University

Cardiac Modeling Used to Optimize Calibration of Myocardium Mechanical Properties and Edge-to-Edge Interventions in Heart Valve Insufficiency. Yaghoub Dabiri, UCSF

A high-resolution Whole Heart Computational Model: The Mechanical Importance of the Atria and PericardiumJulius Guccione, UCSF

  5:30 PM        Group Discussion

      6:00 PM           Closing Remark - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

      7:00 PM           Dinner (Self Sponsored) Location: 

                                 Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant

                                 643 Emerson St,

                                 Palo Alto, CA 94301

  9:00 AM        Arrival + Continental Breakfast

       9:50 AM                   Welcome - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

     10:00 AM                   Opening Remarks - Alan Garfinkel, UCLA

10:15 AM        Session 1: Imaging Myocardial Structure and Function

Moderator Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

New Techniques for Imaging Cardiac Motion with MRI. Mike Loecher, Stanford University

Evaluation of Cardiac Strains from DENSE MRI Using a Computational Deforming Phantom. Ilya Verzhbinsky, Stanford University

Helix Angle Mobility During Systole Using High Resolution Cardiac Diffusion Tensor Imaging. Kévin Moulin, Stanford University

Estimating Patient-specific Myofiber Strain from In Vivo MRI Data by Solving a Computational Model. Luigi Perotti, UCLA

Improved MRI-based Measurement of the End-Systolic Pressure-Volume Relationship in Normal Sheep. Mark Ratcliffe, SFVAMC

12:30 PM        Hosted Lunch

  1:30 PM        Session 2: Mechanics of Growth and Remodeling in Heart Disease

Moderator Luigi Perotti, UCLA

A Longitudinal Study of Heart Failure - What Have We learnt? Ellen Kuhl, Stanford University

Building Cardiac Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer MRI into a Comprehensive Tool to Quantify Multi-scale Changes in Heart Failure. Moriel Vandsburger, UC Berkeley

Mechano-Diffusion Based Growth Modeling. Mehrzad Tartibi, UCSF

A Novel MRI-based Finite Element Modeling Framework for Studying Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation. Yue Zhang, SFVAMC

Investigating the Effect of Ischemia on LV Remodeling. Vicky Wang, SFVAMC

  3:30 PM        Coffee Break

  4:00 PM        Session 3: Modeling of the Whole Heart 

Moderator - Vicky Wang, SFVAMC

Understanding Drug-induced Arrhythmias with Multi-scale Modeling and Machine Learning. Francisco Sahli, Stanford University

Cardiac Modeling Used to Optimize Calibration of Myocardium Mechanical Properties and Edge-to-Edge Interventions in Heart Valve Insufficiency. Yaghoub Dabiri, UCSF

A high-resolution Whole Heart Computational Model: The Mechanical Importance of the Atria and PericardiumJulius Guccione, UCSF

  5:30 PM        Group Discussion

      6:00 PM           Closing Remark - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

      7:00 PM           Dinner (Self Sponsored) Location: 

                                 Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant

                                 643 Emerson St,

                                 Palo Alto, CA 94301

Remote Viewing of Talks

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Location

Stanford University: Room S362, Clark Center
318 Campus Dr.
Palo Alto, CA 94305
USA

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