Abstracts & Posters

Abstracts by Presenter:

Balaban, Robert NHLBI The Systems Biology of the Cardiac Mitochondrion Talk
Bazil, Jason University of Michigan Inferring the Mammalian Cardiogenic Gene Regulatory Network Talk
Beattie, Kylie University of Oxford Voltage Protocol Design for hERG Channel Model Selection Poster
Boyle, Patrick Johns Hopkins University INa reduction creates a structure-dependent arrhythmogenesis substrate in normal ventricles Poster
Bugenhagen, Scott Medical College of Wisconsin The Role of Metabolic Dysfunction in Heart Failure Talk
Campbell, Stuart Yale University Biophysical Properties of the Cardiac Myofilaments Define Their Multi-Functional
Role in Whole-Heart Physiology
Chesler, Naomi University of Wisconsin Progression of Right Ventricular Cellular and Whole Organ
Dysfunction in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Dewan, Sukriti University of California at San Diego Mechanical remodeling in diastolic heart failure: Altered cross-bridge
relaxation kinetics in guinea pig cardiac hypertrophy
Duncker, Dirk Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam Coronary Microvascular Function in Health and Coronary Artery Disease Talk
Gilbert, Stephen Bordeaux IHU LIRYC Application of a robust framework for three-dimensional registration of histology
images to high resolution MRI
Grandi, Eleonora University of California Davis Late Na current, cellular Na loading and arrhythmogenesis Talk
Griffith, Boyce New York University Modeling cardiac fluid-structure interaction Talk
Gurev, Viatcheslav IBM Iterative Solver for Cardiac Mechanics with Very Large Finite Element Meshes Poster
Heldt, Thomas MIT Whole-body models, model exploration, model identification, and model reduction Talk
Kamp, Timothy University of Wisconsin Electrophysiological Heterogeneity of the Earliest Contracting Cardiomyocytes
Differentiated from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells: Objective Characterization
Lee, Pilhwa University of Michigan Upstream propagation of electrical signal in the coronary microvasculature Poster
Leem, Chae Hun Department of Physiology University of Ulsan College of Medicine The modulation of mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake by inorganic phosphate, pH, adenosine
phosphates and Mg2+ in single ventricular myocytes of rat
Loewe, Axel Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) A Hybrid Optimization Approach for the Adaptation of Cardiac Ion Current
Formulations to Voltage and Patch Clamp Data
Luo, Xiaoyu University of Glasgow On Parameter Estimation of A Fibre-Reinforced Heart Model  Poster
Mansi, Tommaso Siemens Corporation, Corporate Technology; Imaging and Computer Vision Data-Driven Computational Models of Heart Physiome Talk
Matsuoka, Satoshi University of Fukui Simulation analyses of the role of mitochondria-sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+
communication on the rhythmicity of sinoatrial node cells
Millare, Brent Johns Hopkins University Cell-wide Coordination of ROS-induced ROS Release by Hydrogen Peroxide in Mitochondrial
Moulton, Michael University of Nebraska Medical Center A New Low Order Mathematical Framework for Representing 3-D Myocardial Kinematics Poster
Neal, Maxwell University of Washington Scalable strategies for the modular composition of physiological models Talk
Niederer, Steven Division of Imaging Sciences, The Rayne Institute When Models Fail: Lessons Learnt from Modelling the Mouse Heart Talk
Pathmanathan, Pras United States Food and Drug Administration Assessing the reliability of computational models of cardiac electrophysiology Poster
Pettersen, Klas Norwegian University of Life Sciences Arterial stiffening provides sufficient explanation for primary hypertension Talk
Pradhan, Ranjan University of Michigan Modeling vascular endothelial and smooth muscle cell interactions and their roles in
local myogenic and flow-mediated vasoregulation
Puglisi, Jose UC Davis Modeling β-adrenergic effects on cardiac contraction-relaxation in an integrated rabbit
ventricular myocyte model
Recchia, Fabio Temple University School of Medicine The difficult task of assessing regional cardiac energy substrate metabolism, in vivo Talk
Shim, Eun Bo Kangwon National University A Patient-specific Model of Coronary Fractional Flow Reserve Based on a Multi-scale
Shimayoshi, Takao Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University Theoretical Analysis on Cardiac Energetic Efficiency using a Simple Multiscale Model Poster
Siebes, Maria Academic Medical Center Characterization of coronary intramural branch segments in relation to myocardial depth Talk
Smith, Gregory The College of William and Mary Modeling the bidirectional coupling of localized calcium elevations and whole cell
calcium responses
Spaan, Jos AMC Distribution and morphology of innate collateral connections Poster
Takeuchi, Ayako Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Fukui Simulation analyses of the role of NCLX, a mitochondrial Na+
-Ca2+ exchanger, on the
regulation of automaticity in sinoatrial node cells
Tanner, Bertrand Washington State University Cold acclimation in trout leads to cardiac hypertrophy and greater Ca2+
-sensitivity of
contraction in skinned cardiac trabeculae
Tewari, Shivendra University of Michigan Analysis of cardiovascular dynamics in pulmonary hypertensive C57BL6/J mice Poster
Tøndel, Kristin King’s College London Quantifying inter-species differences in contractile function: A biophysical
modelling study
Tran, Kenneth Auckland Bioengineering Institute  Mechano-energetics of cardiac trabeculae: experiments and modelling Poster
Valdivia, Hector University of Michigan  Marching to the beat of the calcium drum: arrhythmia mechanisms in gain- and loss-of-function ryanodine receptor mutations. Talk
Vinnakota, Kalyan University of Michigan  The steady state space of cardiac mitochondrial respiration, proton motive force and observable redox variables: regulation by inorganic phosphate and adenine nucleotides Talk
Wakatsuki, Tetsuro InvivoSciences, Inc. Drug Discovery using Engineered Heart Tissues: “Personalizing” Drugs Talk
Wang, Xiao The College of William and Mary Calcium homeostasis in a local/global whole cell model with a Langevin description of
stochastic calcium release
Youm, Jae Boum Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Inje University, College of Medicine A KCNQ1 mutation causes age-dependent bradycardia and persistent atrial fibrillation Poster
Zile, Melanie Johns Hopkins University Large amplitude rate-dependent mechanical alternans may precede arrhythmogenesis in human heart failure and are linked to electrical alternans via abnormal calcium handling Poster

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