Engineer/Postdoc on Personalized modeling of lung poromechanics in COVID-19

Context & Objectives The COVID-19 infection manifests itself in its severe forms as acute alveolar-interstitial and vascular disease of varying severity, the long-term course of which is unknown. A development towards fibrosing pneumopathy could affect 10 to 30% of survivors of severe forms, which would make it a public health Continue ReadingEngineer/Postdoc on Personalized modeling of lung poromechanics in COVID-19

Martin Genet & Dominique Chapelle involved in ANR COVID grant

Martin Genet & Dominique Chapelle are part of a project (SILICOVILUNG) selected by ANR in the 4th wave of the COVID call, cf. https://anr.fr/fr/actualites-de-lanr/details/news/appel-anr-ra-covid-19-les-resultats-des-premieres-vagues-devaluation. The project is managed by Pierre-Yves Brillet from Hypoxia & Lung/Université Sorbonne-Paris-Nord and Avicenne AP-HP Hospital. It aims at better understanding the regional physiological mechanisms in Continue ReadingMartin Genet & Dominique Chapelle involved in ANR COVID grant

New paper on model-augmented monitoring of cardiovascular physiology during general anesthesia

Collaborative work between Dpt of Anesthesia and Critical Care of Lariboisiere Hospital in Paris and M3DISIM Inria team, in addition supported by international partners from the TOFMOD Associated Team (UTSW Medical Center Dallas and King's College London), was published in PLOS ONE (link to the open access paper). The proof-of-concept Continue ReadingNew paper on model-augmented monitoring of cardiovascular physiology during general anesthesia

New paper on non-rigid registration of image series to map myocardial fibrosis, in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

Collaborative work between Czech Technical University in Prague, Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague and M3DISIM Inria team in the scope of TOFMOD, was accepted for publicaton in Series S of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, preprint available via HAL. The paper presents non-rigid spatial registration of the Continue ReadingNew paper on non-rigid registration of image series to map myocardial fibrosis, in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

New paper on coupling between modeling of large vessel flow and magnetic resonce in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

Collaborative work between M3DISIM Inria team, Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague and Czech Technical University in Prague, in the scope of TOFMOD associated team, was published in Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine. The paper presents combining of MR image data from an experiment performed Continue ReadingNew paper on coupling between modeling of large vessel flow and magnetic resonce in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

New paper on Fontan circulation modeling in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

Collaborative work between M3DISIM Inria team, St Thomas' Hospital King's College London and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, in the scope of TOFMOD associated team, was published in PLOS ONE. The paper presents a biomechanical modeling framework, which contributes to the characterization of early-stage heart failure in single-ventricle Continue ReadingNew paper on Fontan circulation modeling in the scope of TOFMOD associated team

Conference VPH2020

MΞDISIM members are part of the organizing committee of the next VPH2020 Conference (26-28 August 2020, Paris, France). SAVE THE DATE and SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT (https://vph2020.sciencesconf.org)

New paper on relaxed growth

Martin Genet just published a paper in Clinical Biomechanics, introducing a new framework for controlling growth-induced residual stresses in the context of the kinematic growth approach (i.e., multiplicative split of deformation gradient), through an additional relaxation step.

(Closed) PhD fellowship on Multi-Scale Modeling of Lung Poromechanics

Context & Objectives The lungs are the primary organs of the respiratory system in humans and many animals, responsible for molecular exchanges between external air and internal blood through mechanical ventilation. It has an extraordinary complex architecture, with the inherent fractal structure of the bronchial and blood vessel trees, as Continue Reading(Closed) PhD fellowship on Multi-Scale Modeling of Lung Poromechanics