August 19 Aug 19
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Cardiac Imaging, Mechanics, and Modeling Symposium

2022 Program Overview

8:00 AM  Arrival + Continental Breakfast

8:45 AM   Welcome - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

9:00 AM  Session 1: Cardiac Imaging and Mechanics

Moderator - Seraina Dual, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Echo Planar Imaging Distortion Correction for Cardiac Diffusion Tensor Imaging. Tyler Cork, Stanford University 

Quantitative Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Spiral Perfusion Imaging at 3T. Junyu Wang, Stanford University 

Anatomically-guided deep learning for uncertainty quantification of left ventricle geometry based on short-axis MR images. Andre Von Zuben, University Central Florida

Cardiac Kinematics Benchmark – A multicenter study using synthetic and preclinical cine DENSE MRI. Luigi Perotti, University Central Florida

10:30 AM Coffee break

11:00 AM Session 2: Myocardial Mechanics and Modeling

Moderator - Alexander Kaiser, Stanford University

The Mesostructure of the Myocardium. Alexander Wilson, Stanford University

Validating MRI-driven Myocardial Stiffness Estimation in vitro synthetic heart models. Fikunwa Kolewole, Stanford University

An Efficient Space-Time Adaptive Numerical Method for Fully Coupled Electromechanical Models of Cardiac Tissue. Dennis Ogiermann, Ruhr-Universität Bochumh.

Homogenized Constrained Mixture Model of Cardiac Growth and Remodeling. Martin Pfaller, Stanford University.

12:30 PM Hosted Lunch and Group Picture

2:00 PM  Session 3: Cardiovascular Mechanics and Modeling

Moderator - Yuanjia Zhu, Stanford University

Controlled Comparison of Simulated Hemodynamics across Tricuspid and Bicuspid Aortic Valves. Alexander D. Kaiser, Stanford University.

Estimation of Pressure Drop Across an Aortic Coarctation: A Comparison of 0D and 3D models. Priya Nair, Stanford University

Sex matters: understanding male and female hearts. Sarah St. Pierre, Stanford University.

The Effect of Prolonged Relaxation on Ventricular Filling: A Finite Element Co-simulation of the Cardiac Ventricles and Circulation. Mark Ratcliffe, San Francisco VA Medical Center

3:30 PM   Coffee Break 

4:00 PM  Session 4:  Cardiovascular Devices

Moderator - Martin Pfaller, Stanford University

A Novel Selectively Flexible Mitral Annuloplasty Ring Designed Based on Human Imaging Demonstrated Superior Performance in Hemodynamics, Biomechanics, and Mitral Annular Dynamics – A Comprehensive Bench to In Vivo Large Animal Analysis. Yuanjia Zhu, Stanford University

Biomimetic Design for Advanced Heart Failure TechnologiesIleana Pirozzi, Stanford University

A soft robotic cardiovascular support device: design and patient-specific evaluation. Seraina Dual, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

5:30 PM  Closing Remarks

5:45 PM   Happy Hour Reception

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