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Our group is developing computational models to understand heart diseases and their treatments.

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Research News

Sreekar presented his work at the 2018 Midsure symposium. Congrats!!
The computational biomechanics laboratory recently co-hosted a "Experience in cardiovascular mechanics" class in the MSU Grandparent University.
Computational Biomechanics Laboratory would like to welcome Dr. Ravi Namani who just joined the lab as a Research Assistant Professor.
Shavik's paper entitled "Organ‐level validation of a cross‐bridge cycling descriptor in a left ventricular finite element model: effects of ventricular loading on myocardial strains" has been published in the Physiological Reports.
Papers Acceptance
Craig presented his work on "Pulmonary arterial modeling and mechanics" at the 2017 Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE)