Aug 22 - Aug 22
Thu - Thu

Cardiac Imaging, Mechanics, and Modeling Symposium

2019 Program Overview

8:00 AM         Arrival + Continental Breakfast

8:55 AM         Welcome - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

9:00 AM         Opening Remarks - Martyn Nash, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

9:30 AM         Session 1: Cardiac Flow

Moderator - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

Towards multi-physics models of cardiac flow and function.  Alison Marsden, Stanford University

Exploring hemodynamics in the large vessels using compliant 3D printed phantoms. Judith Zimmermann, Stanford University

Modeling thrombus formation in coronary aneurysms caused by Kawasaki disease. Noelia Gutierrez, Stanford University

10:30 AM      Coffee break

11:00 AM      Session 2: Valve Function and Modeling

Moderator - Alison Marsden, Stanford University

Mechanical effects of mitraclip on leaflet stress and myocardial strain in functional mitral regurgitation. Mark Ratcliffe, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Ex vivo biomechanical study of neochord anchoring for mitral regurgitation. Annabel Imbrie-Moore, Stanford University

A design-based model of the mitral valve & simulations of patient-specific left-ventricular flow. Alexander Kaiser, Stanford University

Assessment of Bioprosthetic Valve Behavior in Clinical Models of Right Ventricular Outflow Tracts Using Magnetic Resonance Velocimetry. Nicole Schiavone, Stanford University

Realistic simulation of mitraclip treatment for tricuspid regurgitation. Julius Guccione, University of California, San Francisco

12:30 PM      Hosted Lunch

2:00 PM        Session 3: Cardiac Mechanics and Function

Moderator - Julius Guccione, University of California, San Francisco

Effects of the choice of mechanics reference state on estimation of myocardial properties. Thiranja, Prasad Babarenda Gamage, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

A novel MRI-based finite elecment modeling method for the prediction of the effect of ischemia on myocardiumYue Zhang, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Investigating Viscous Effects in a Pumping heart. Oguz Ziya Tikenogullari, Stanford University

3:00 PM        Coffee Break 

3:30 PM        Session 4:  Cardiac Structure and Motion

Moderator - Martyn Nash, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

Estimating aggregate cardiomyocyte strains by combining DENSE and cDTILuigi Perotti, University of Central Florida

Simulating MRI Acquisitions from Synthetic Data for Accuracy Characterization and Training. Michael Loecher, Stanford Unviversity

Ex Vivo Ventricular Geometry Restoration via 3D Printing. Tyler Cork, Stanford University

Comparison of in vivo and ex vivo Cardiac Microstructure Measurements. Kévin Moulin, Stanford Unviversity

Left ventricular strain ischemic mitral regurgitation: a study using DENSE. Vicky Wang, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center

5:00 PM         Group Discussion and Closing Remark

Open Questions/Topics for discussion:

Moderators - Alan Garfinkel, UCLA -and- Luigi Perotti, University of Central Florida

- How compressible is the myocardium?

- What boundary conditions are essential for accurate mechanics modeling? Can we acquire them from existing imaging data? 

In silico clinical trials.

- Quantification for uncertainty.

- Machine learning applications for physic-based model computation/results.

6:00 PM         Light Dinner and Open Discussion

Remote Viewing of Talks

To remotley view the talks, please install Zoom on your veiwng device and click this link to enter the room.

Once in the room, please mute your microphone in the Zoom application until the Question and Answer portion of each talk.


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