Haemodynamic Modelling Research Group


We study blood flow in the cardiovascular system using clinical data and modelling (theoretical, computational and experimental).
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Our group is part of the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences at King's College London. We are based in St Thomas's Hospital, a leading research centre in the heart of London.

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Recent News

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  • Jordi Alastruey became an Associate Editor for the journal Biomedical Signal Processing and Control in March 2024.

  • In October 2023, Jordi Alastruey was appointed leader of the Technological and Innovation WG of ARTERY, the prominent society for vascular research.

  • Jordi Alastruey was a Keynote speaker at the Huawei Future Device Technology Summit in Helsinki, Finland, in October 2023, presenting on Advancing Health Assessment through Synthetic Pulse Wave Data. Further details on the summit and Alastruey's presentation are provided here.

  • The group participated in the ARTERY23 conference in October 2023. Fatma Alimahomed and Jingyuan Hong gave oral presentations on fetal growth restriction diagnosis by ultrasound-based pulse wave analysis, and on arterial stiffness assessment by machine-learning-based pulse wave analysis. Eason Rangarajan, David Wilson, and Ran Yan presented posters. Jordi Alastruey was part of the Conference Programme Committee.

  • In June 2023, Jordi Alastruey joined the Programme Committee for the 8th edition of the CMBE conference series, scheduled for June 2024 in Arlington Virginia, USA.

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Get in touch! Come visit us!

We are based in St Thomas' Hospital, close to the London Eye, Westminster Bridge, and Big Ben, right in the center of London:

St Thomas' Hospital,
Westminster Bridge Road,
SE1 7EH London, UK

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