Journal Papers

The following works have been published by the ESRs in academic journals. These publications are related to the work made within the VPH-CaSE project. Most of the research involved in this project is OpenAccess, when this is the case a link will also be available to download the paper.

ESRPublication dateTitleJournal
Ricardo Gómez Bardón2018-08A computational model of heat loss and water condensation on the gas-side of blood oxygenatorsJournal of Artificial Organs
Carlos Ledezma2018-07-24Bridging organ and cellular-level behavior in ex-vivo experimental platforms using populations of models of cardiac electrophysiologyASME Journal of Engineering and Science in Medical Diagnostics and Therapy
Benjamin Kappler2018-07-18Feasibility of mapping and cannulation of the porcine epicardial lymphatic system for sampling and decompression in heart failure researchJournal of Clinical and Translational Research
Mirko Bonfanti2018-05-11A simplified method to account for wall motion in patient-specific blood flow simulations of aortic dissection: Comparison with fluid-structure interactionMedical Engineering and Physics
Mirko Bonfanti2017-11-08Computational tools for clinical support: a multi-scale compliant model for haemodynamic simulations in an aortic dissection based on multi-modal imaging dataJournal of The Royal Society Interface
Paolo Ferraiuoli2017-10-12The Accuracy of 3D Optical Reconstruction and Additive Manufacturing Processes in Reproducing Detailed Subject-Specific AnatomyJournal of Imaging
Susanna Migliori2017-07-12A framework for computational fluid dynamic analyses of patient-specific stented coronary arteries from optical coherence tomography imagesMedical Engineering and Physics
Susanna Migliori2018-09-01A Patient-Specific Study Investigating the Relation between Coronary Hemodynamics and Neo-Intimal Thickening after Bifurcation Stenting with a Polymeric Bioresorbable ScaffoldOpen Access Journal Applied Sciences
Simone Ambrogio2017-03-03The ring vortex: concepts for a novel complex flow phantom for medical imaging Open Journal of Medical Imaging
Simone Ferrari2017-03-03The ring vortex: concepts for a novel complex flow phantom for medical imaging Open Journal of Medical Imaging
Benjamin Kappler2018-07 Feasibility of mapping and cannulation of the porcine epicardial lymphatic system for sampling and decompression in heart failure researchJournal of Clinical and Translational Research
Benjamin Kappler, Carlos Ledezma2018-07Bridging Organ- and Cellular-Level Behavior in Ex Vivo Experimental Platforms Using Populations of Models of Cardiac Electrophysiology
IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering
Benjamin Kappler, Carlos LedezmaAcceptedDetection of Long-Term Changes to Electrophysiology in Heart Failure Using Populations of Models: Validation on an Ex-Vivo PlatformUCL Institutional Research Information Service
Paolo FerraiuoliAcceptedFull-field analysis of epicardial strain in an in vitro porcine heart platformJournal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
Louis FixsenSubmittedEchocardiographic assessment of left bundle branch related strain dyssynchrony: a comparison with tagged MRIEHJ: Card. Imag.
Carlos LedezmaSubmittedA combined modeling and machine learning approach for the early detection of coronary heart diseasePLOS Computational Biology
Emilia BadescuSubmittedComparison between Multi Line Transmission and Diverging Wave Imaging: motion artefacts and their effect on motion estimationIEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control
Benjamin KapplerSubmittedPrediction of Post-Storage cardiac Function from Cardioplegic Effluent in an Ex-vivo Porcine Heart ModelThe Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation
Benjamin Kappler, P FerraiuoliSubmittedFull-field analysis of epicardial strain in an in vitro porcine heart platformJournal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
Simone Ambrogio, Simone FerrariSubmittedA complex flow phantom for medical imaging: ring vortex phantom design and technical specificationPhysics in Medicine & Biology
Louis FixsenSubmittedImaging the contraction of mechanically supported ex vivo Beating HeartsArtificial Organs
Carlos LedezmaSubmittedA combined modeling and machine learning approach for the early detection of coronary heart diseasePLOS Computational Biology