David presented his poster titled Model-Directed Design & Optimization of Kink-Resistant Vascular Grafts with High-Compliance. Fantastic job David!
Elliott’s Ph.D. work was titled “Establishment of a Framework to Interrogate the In Vivo Hemodynamic Environment in the Carotid Bifurcation Utilizing Four-Dimensional Flow Magnetic Resonance Imaging”. Fantastic work! Congratulations Dr. Hurd!
Amanda is currently pursuing her B.S. in Electrical Engineering at the U. Great to have you, Amanda!
It was a cold and rainy day, but huge congrats to Jack for finishing the race!
Kelly’s manuscript examining the role of boundary conditions on predicted hemodynamics in the mouse aorta was accepted for publication. Nice work, Kelly!
The CVPM lab had several presentations at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference. Great work, Caleb, David, and Elliott.
It was wonderful to get back together as a group again and enjoy some BBQ and laughs and see everyone’s smiling faces. Look forward to many more.
Fantastic presentations by Alex and Michael at the symposium at the U. Great work guys!
Congratulations to David for completing his BS/MS degree in BME and look forward to seeing your continued contributions to the lab.
We appreciate all your contributions to the lab and are sad to see you go. Good luck in your position as a Regulatory Affairs Specialist at BioFire Defense.