Approach for modeling cancer cell mechanics published in Scientific Reports
July 27, 2021
Peter Balogh's paper, 'A data-driven approach to modeling cancer cell mechanics during microcirculatory transport', was published in Scientific Reports July 27, 2021.
Brad's study on Type B aortic dissection published in ACM-BCB
July 12, 2021
Brad's paper 'Predicting Aneurysmal Degeneration of Type B Aortic Dissection with Computational Fluid Dynamics' was accepted for publication and presentation at the 12th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (ACM-... read more
Randles presents at the OLCF User Meeting
June 29, 2021
Prof. Randles presented a talk entitled 'Accelerating Fluid-structure-interaction Models of Human Hemodynamics on Summit' at the OLCF User Meeting on June 22, 2021.
Sayan presents CFL work at SB3C
June 14, 2021
Sayan Roychowdhury presented his work entitled 'The Effect of Hematocrit on the Thickness and Asymmetry of the Cell-Free Layer in Arterial Bifurcations' at the SB3C Program on June 14, 2021. Peter Balogh was a collaborator on this work.
Randles presents at IMAG
June 3, 2021
Professor Randles presented at the NIH Interagency Modeling and Analysis Group (IMAG) Multi-scale Modeling and Viral Pandemics webinar series on June 3, 2021.
Randles presents in FEDInsider webinar
May 26, 2021
Professor Randles is presenting in the FEDInsider sponsored webinar 'Data as a Strategic Asset: Advanced Analytics in Government'. This webinar will explore how high performance computing is being... read more
Randles awarded Novim AJN Science Inspiration Award
April 20, 2021
Professor Randles and Muath Bishawi were awarded the Novim Alexandra Jane Noble Science Inspiration Award. The awards, now in their fourth year, honor efforts to communicate complex topics in innovative, engaging ways to stimulate higher awareness of scientific issues, particularly in young... read more
Study optimizing treatment schedules for glioblastoma published in Nature BME
April 20, 2021
Work from a large collaboration with researchers from DFCI, Harvard University, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center was published in Nature Biomedical Engineering on April 16th.
Study characterizing flow in complex lesions published in Scientific Reports
April 15, 2021
Madhurima Vardhan led a multi-institutional team to study 3D flow in coronary complex lesions. This work, entitled 'Non-invasive characterization of complex coronary lesions', was published in Scientific Reports.
Randles presents at the University of Wisconsin-Madison BME Seminar Series
March 15, 2021
Professor Randles presented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison BME Seminar series on March 15.