Lab News

Professor Randles presents at the UT Center for Computational Oncology

October 20, 2022

Professor Randles presented a talk entitled "Establishing high-resolution digital twins to both study cancer cell transport and optimize treatment strategies" at the Center for Computational Oncology at the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering [...]

Randles received NIH Pioneer Award

October 4, 2022

Professor Randles received the NIH Pioneer Award.  This award is part of the NIH's High Risk High Reward Program for "scientists with outstanding records of creativity pursuing [...]

Work quantifying red blood cell distribution structure featured by LLNL Computing

October 3, 2022

Our recent ICCS paper establishing metrics to quantify structure of red blood cell distributions was featured in an article by LLNL Computing.

Parallel cell adhesion work published at EuroMPI

September 29, 2022

Our work entitled 'Distributed Acceleration of Adhesive Dynamics Simulations' was published at EuroMPI. This work was led by Daniel Puleri and Aristotle Martin.

ACCESS compute time awarded!

September 15, 2022

Our proposal, Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Cardiovascular Flow, for compute hours through the NSF ACCESS program was awarded for 675,000 SUs on Purdue Anvil.  Looking forward to putting these hours to use!

Duke/Duke-NUS Collaborative 2022 Pilot Project Funded

September 15, 2022

We are excited to announce that our collaborative proposal with Liam Zhong from Duke-NUS was funded. This award will support further development of patient-specific, cardiovascular models.

Randles awarded an R21 grant to investigate coronary bifurcation lesions

September 15, 2022

We are excited to work with Dr. Eric Chi from Rice University and Dr. Jane Leopold from Brigham and Women's Hospital to investigate biomarkers for guiding coronary artery bifurcation lesion interventions using personalized flow modeling and machine learning.

Manuscript introducing APR technique published at IEEE Cluster

September 12, 2022

Our Adaptive Physics Refinement method is introduced in the manuscript published at IEEE Cluster. Daniel Puleri presented the findings at the conference in Heidelberg, Germany.

Aristotle awarded CBTE NIH T32 Fellowship!

August 22, 2022

Aristotle Martin was awarded the Center for Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering (CBTE) T32 Fellowship. Congrats Aristotle!

Daniel defends his PhD!

August 1, 2022

Daniel defends his PhD titled "Multiphysics Framework for the Study of Cancer Cell Transport".  Congrats Dr. Puleri!

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