Haemodynamic Modelling Research Group


We investigate blood flow in the cardiovascular system using clinical data and modelling (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.

Research summary


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Recent News

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  • Jordi Alastruey started acting as Leader for the Working Group Physiological and Technical Background - from Bench to Bedside of the COST Action Network for Research in Vascular Ageing, November 2019.

  • The group attended the ARTERY19 conference in Budapest, Hungary in October 2019. Weiwei gave an oral presentation on flow mediated dilation. Pete and Sam presented posters.

  • The group hosted a departmental seminar on Blood Flow Modelling and Analysis, October 2019. Weiwei presented her research on understanding diseased haemodynamics using computational modelling. Joaquin described a new analytical approach for studying pulse wave mechanics in arterial networks.
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  • Congratulations to Weiwei Jin on being awarded the Peter Baker Travelling Fellowship. She collected her award at an official ceremony held in Guy's Campus in November 2019.

  • Jorge Mariscal-Harana and Sam Vennin gave oral presentations at BioMedEng19 in London, September 2019. Jorge's talk was on the assessment of central blood pressure from blood flow. Sam - who was awarded a BHF Travel Award - presented his work on the influence of cardiac dynamics on the aortic pressure wave. Moreover, he chaired a workshop on public engagement and research impact.
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  • Jordi Alastruey and Sam Vennin ran the summer school course Applied Maths: Understanding Engineering through Numbers for the King's College London International Summer School, July 2019. The aim of this course was to introduce mathematical concepts and methods used to solve real-world engineering problems.

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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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