August 10 Aug 10
Thursday Thu

Cardiac Imaging, Mechanics, and Modeling Symposium

2023 Program Overview

8:30 AM  Arrival + Continental Breakfast

8:55 AM   Welcome - Daniel Ennis, Stanford University

9:00 AM  Quantitative Assessment of Cardiac Function and

                   Structure using MRI.

               Matthew Middione, Stanford University

9:30 AM  Session 1: Image Acquisition, Processing, and Analysis

Moderator - Tyler Cork, Stanford University

Type and Shape Disentangled Generative Modeling for Congenital Heart DefectsFanwei Kong, Stanford University

Synthetic Generation of 3D Congenital Heart Disease Images using Conditional GANs: A Pathway to Enhanced UNet Segmentation Accuracy. Sascha Stocker, ETH Zurich

Rapid 3D SPirAl Respiratory and Cardiac Self-gated (3D-SPARCS) Cine Imaging Using Randomized Stack-of-SpiralsXitong Wang, Stanford University

LV geometry generation from Deep Learning-based Cine Segmentation with UQ and Dense Imaging DataAugusto Delavald Marques, University of Central Florida

Learning sex-specific classifiers of cardiovascular diseaseSkyler St. Pierre, Stanford University

11:00 AM Coffee break

11:30 AM  Session 2: Microstructure and Mechanics

Moderator - Skyler St. Pierre, Stanford University

Mapping Cardiomyocyte Network StructureAlexander Wilson, Stanford University

cDTI: Acquisition Challenges and OpportunitiesAriel Hannum, Stanford University

Computing myofiber strains from cine data. Luigi Perotti, University of Central Florida

12:30 PM Group Picture and Hosted Lunch

1:30 PM   SimVascular Capabilities

                  Zach Sexton, Stanford University

2:00 PM  Session 3: Cardiac Modeling

Moderator - Fanwei Kong, Stanford University

Optimization of a Bioprinted Pulsatile Fontan Conduit using a Multiphysics Simulation Framework. Zinan Hu, Stanford University

An Extended Generalized Hill Model for Studying Cardiac Contraction. Dennis Ogiermann, Ruhr University Bochum

Injection of a thermo-responsive hydrogel improves borderzone contractility and limits left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarction. Vicky Wang, Auckland Bioengineering Institute

3:00 PM  Coffee Break 

3:30 PM   Session 4:  Cardioscascular Flow and Perfusion

Moderator - Martin Pfaller, Stanford University

Deep learning reconstruction for accelerated Phase Contrast MRI. Julio Oscanoa, Stanford University

Accelerated Simultaneous Multislice Imaging via Linear Phase Modulated Extended Field of View (SMILE) with Application to Cardiac Perfusion. Shen Zhao, Stanford University

Personalized and multi-scale coronary hemodynamics models informed by myocardial perfusion imaging. Karthik Menon, Stanford University

Topics in fluid-structure interaction involving heart valves. Alexander Kaiser, Stanford University

4:45 PM   Closing Remarks and Happy Hour Reception

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