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Some great information on Biomedical Blood flow simulation:

  • HMS - Biomedical and Visualization
    Biomedical Applications and Scientific Visualization Our major focii are physics-based modeling and visualization of human internal organs, skeleton, and muscles, and their motions and deformations (for example, see this image of a lung model ) Spec

  • CFDRC BioMedical Engineering Applications
    Biomedical Engineering Applications At CFDRC Accelerate Your Design Cycle and Lower Costs with CFDRC Design and Analysis Software and Services for Biomedical Devices Highlights Examples CFDRC provides a full range of Design Analysis Software.

  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRESSURE AND BLOOD FLOW
    STEP 8: The Relationship between Pressure and Blood Flow syllabus | home page | BME Home Page | search the web | e-mail Doug A. The rate of blood flow relies on pressure as one of its principal determinants.

  • Research Group on Cardiovascular Dynamics, AKH and Univ.of Vienna,Austria
    General Hospital of Vienna, University of Vienna, Austria Research Group on Cardiovascular Dynamics Home Group members Research Projects Available Technologies and Skills Jobs, Diploma and PhD Theses.
  • BMA: BioMedical Applications
    B M A BioMedical Applications The mission of BioMedical Applications area is to harness the multidisciplinary character of CRS4 research activities towards medical applications. Our work ranges from the development of hybrid medical imaging/simulation.

  • Dr. K CV
    Mohammad F. Kiani, Ph.D. School of Biomedical Engineering University of Tennessee 899 Madison Ave., Suite 801 Memphis, TN 38163 (901) 448-1640 mkiani@utmem.edu Curriculum Vitae (Updated April 1999) EDUCATION: NIH Postdoctoral Fellow (1990-1993).

  • Jørgen Arendt Jensen
    Jørgen Arendt Jensen Background I am professor of Biomedical Signal Processing at the Department of Information Technology. My main interest is the application of digital signal processing to medical ultrasound. 

  • CDG Homepage
    Cardiovascular dynamics group Prof. Per Ask, Biomedical Engineering Prof. Dan Loyd, Applied Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics Prof. Bengt Wranne, Clinical Physiology The development of non-invasive instruments, as ultrasound.
  • Bigyani Das's Homepage
    Welcome to Bigyani Das's homepage

  • COS Expertise Profile
    Evanston Hospital Thomas K. GOLDSTICK Evanston Hospital Department of Surgery Associate Staff Appointed: 1974 Northwestern University Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Chemical Engineering Professor. 

  • Papers
    Angela C. Freeland and Roger T. Bonnecaze, "Analysis of a Lubrication Flow for the Imprint Lithography Process", submitted to Microelectronic Engineering, 2000. Abstract Angela C. Freeland and Roger T. Bonnecaze, "Inference of Blood Glucose Concentration.

  • M.E. Dpt.People's Page --SUNY at Stony Brook
    M.E.People Index ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Danniel Bluestein , Assistant Professor, Ph.D.University of Tel-Aviv. Dynamics of blood flow through heart valves and blood vessels;joint appointment at the medical school's Biomedical Engineering Program. 
  • Volume 25, Issue 1
    Volume 25, Issue 1 Review Article Historical Evolution of Circuit Models for the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface L. A. Geddes..................1 Research Articles Simulation of Propagation Along an Isolated Skeletal Muscle Fiber in an Isotropic Vol.

  • Nikoo Saber's Homepage
    Research on CFD modelling of the human left ventricle based on MRI data. Follow the link for more info...

  • Cell Mechanics - Part-Time Programs in Engineering and Applied Science
    Contains information about a course offered by the Part-Time Programs in Engineering and Applied Science at the Whiting School of Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. The course is part of a master's degree program for professionals.
  • Automedica
    Research journal for biomedical engineering, technology and physics offers subscription information and instructions for authors.

  • Bigyani Das's Homepage
    Welcome to Bigyani Das's homepage

  • Timothy Secomb
    Timothy Secomb Professor PhD - University of Cambridge Personal Homepage Interests Fluid mechanics Microcirculation Blood rheology Teaching During the past few years, I have taught Calculus for the Mathematics Department. In Fall, 199

  • useful links
    Related Sites of Interest home Physiome Project Microcirculation Physiome Project References Merck Manua l WEBPath Pathology Reference of Images: Cardiovascular pathology Pulmonary pathology Weights and Measures.

  • The Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research Publications
    The Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research Publications All 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Meeting Abstracts Books and Book Chapters Theses Click here to request reprint 1988.

  • Biomedical signal processing project
    WELCOME Before you start browsing in this web-site, let me give you some ideas of what's in it. The purpose of this work is to introduce the cardiovascular system modelling in general. This web site has five main sections called basics cardio. 

  • Numerical Thrombosis Modeling
    Computational Design and Analysis Computational Analysis and Design Home Page Projects Commercialization Potential Research Team McGowan Center Main Home Page Numerical Thrombosis Modeling A comprehensive model of platelet-mediated.

 

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