Publications

  1. Schmidt T, Rosenthal D, Reinhartz O, Riemer K, He F, Hsia TY, Marsden A, Kung E, MOCHA Investigators. “Superior performance of continuous over pulsatile flow ventricular assist devices in the single ventricle circulation: A computational study.” Journal of Biomechanics. 52:48-54 (2017)   Download   Audio Slides
  2. Mechoor R, Schmidt T, Kung E. “A Real-Time Programmable Pulsatile Flow Pump For In-Vitro Cardiovascular Experimentation.” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 138(11):111002 (2016)  Download
  3. Van De Bruaene A, Claessen G, Gerche A, Kung E, Marsden A, Meester P, Devroe S, Bogaert J, Claus P, Heidbuchel H, Budts W, Gewillig M. “Effect Of Respiration On Cardiac Filling At Rest And During Exercise In Fontan Patients: A Clinical And Computational Modeling Study.” IJC Heart & Vasculature. (2015)  Download
  4. Kung E, Marsden A, Baker C, Giardini A, Figliola R, Hsia TY, “Does TCPC Power Loss Really Affect Exercise Capacity?” Heart. DOI:10.1136/heartjnl-2014-307379 (2015)  Download
  5. Schiavazzi D, Kung EO, Marsden AL, Baker C, Pennati G, Hsia TY, Dorfman A, ”Hemodynamic Effects of Left Pulmonary Artery Stenosis Following Superior Cavopulmonary Connection: A Patient-Specific Multiscale Modeling Study.” J Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. (2014)  Download
  6. Corsini C, Baker C, Baretta A, Biglino G, Hlavacek AM, Hsia TY, Kung E, Marsden AL, Migliavacca F, Vignon-Clementel I, Pennati G, “Integration of Clinical Data Collected at Different Times For Virtual Surgery in Single Ventricle Patients: A Case Study.” Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Springer Verlag (Germany), pp.11 (2014)
  7. Kung E, Perry JC, Davis C, Migliavacca F, Pennati G, Giardini A, Hsia TY, Marsden AM, “Computational Modeling of Pathophysiologic Responses to Exercise in Fontan Patients.” Annals of Biomedical Engineering. DOI:10.1007/s10439-014-1131-4 (2014)  Download
  8. Kung E, Kahn AM, Burns JC, Marsden A, “In-vitro Validation of Patient-Specific Hemodynamic Simulations in Coronary Aneurysms Caused by Kawasaki Disease.” Cardio Eng and Tech. 5(2):189-201 (2014) Download
  9. Sengupta D, Kahn AM, Kung E, Moghadam ME, Shirinsky O, Lyskina GA, Burns JC, Marsden AL, “Thrombotic risk stratification using computational modeling in patients with coronary artery aneurysms following Kawasaki disease.” Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology. DOI 10.1007/s10237-014-0570-z (2014) Download
  10. Kung E, Pennati G, Migliavacca F, Hsia TY, Marsden A, Giardini A, MOCHA Investigators, “A Simulation Protocol For Exercise Physiology In Fontan Patients Using A Closed-Loop Lumped-Parameter Model.” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 136(8):081007 (2014) Download
  11. Lee J, Moghadam ME, Kung E, Cao H, Beebe T, Miller Y, Roman BL, Lien C-L, Chi NC, Marsden AL, “Moving Domain Computational Fluid Dynamics to Interface with an Embryonic Model of Cardiac Morphogenesis.” PloS one. 8(8):e72924 (2013) Download
  12. Kung E, Baretta A, Baker C, Arbia G, Biglino G, Corsini C, Schievano S, Vignon-Clementel IE, Dubini G, Pennati G, Taylor A, Dorfman A, Hlavacek AM, Marsden AL, Hsia T-Y, Migliavacca F, “Predictive modeling of the virtual Hemi-Fontan operation for second stage single ventricle palliation: Two patient-specific cases.” Journal of Biomechanics. 46(2):423-429 (2013) Download
  13. Corsini C, Baker C, Kung E, Schievano S, Arbia G, Baretta A, Biglino G, Migliavacca F, Dubini G, Pennati G, Marsden A, Vignon-Clementel I, Taylor A, Hsia TY, Dorfman A, MOCHA Investigators, “An integrated approach to patient-specific predictive modeling for single ventricle heart palliation.” Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin. Available online, DOI:10.1080/10255842.2012.758254 (Jan 23, 2013) Download
  14. Kung E, Les A, Figueroa CA, Medina F, Arcaute K, Wicker R, McConnell M, Taylor C, “In Vitro Validation of Finite Element Analysis of Blood Flow in Deformable Models.” Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 39(7):1947-1960 (2011) Download
  15. Kung E, Les AS, Medina F, Wicker RB, McConnell MV, Taylor CA, “In vitro validation of finite-element model of AAA hemodynamics incorporating realistic outlet boundary conditions.” J Biomech Eng. 133(4):041003 (2011). Download
  16. Kung E, Taylor C, “Development of a Physical Windkessel Module to Re-Create In Vivo Vascular Flow Impedance for In Vitro Experiments.” Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology. 2(1):2-14 (2011) Download

Book Chapter

  • Computational Bioengineering, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Editor: Guigen Zhang
    Marsden A, Kung E, “Multi-scale Modeling of Cardiovascular Flows”