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University of California, San Diego’s Alison Marsden uses SimVascular to do patient-specific modeling of blood flow for surgical applications.
Engaging Data Scientists in Biomechanics
Li Niu of the University of Albany works with Simbios to understand an unusual RNA.
Filling a gap in single molecule experimental work
Biomechanical models contribute to a better understanding of both the normal and the diseased eye.
Interviews with Leonidas Guibas, Ron Shamir, Michael Black, David Haussler, Daphne Koller, Erin Halperin, Gene Myers, Paul Groth and Bruce Donald
Katherine Holzbaur of Wake Forest University Medical School simulates the biomechanics of the upper limb.