A novel soft robotic device designed to fit around the ascending aorta promises to enable high-fidelity simulation of the hemodynamics and biomechanics of aortic stenosis and congenital valve disease.
New findings from a Cleveland Clinic-led study upend conventional wisdom about the long-term outcomes of ACL surgery.
With grant funding from the Department of Defense, a team of researchers will test the ability of a new machine learning algorithm to accurately determine the degree of stenosis and predict the precise plaque composition. Dr. Geoffrey Vince discusses the project, which he believes could lead to a new means of clinically assessing stroke risk.
In a Q&A, Karl West, MS, Director of Medical Device Solutions at Cleveland Clinic, discusses how he and his team are partnering with clinical teams to turn ideas into inventions.
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Ahmet Erdemir, PhD, staff in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Lerner Research Institute, has received a four-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (part of the National Institutes of Health) to develop a software suite that will allow the annotation of virtual anatomy.
Nearly everything we do in the lab has an uncertain outcome, and therefore every experiment provides knowledge that is new in some way. Biomedical researcher Dr. Suneel Apte explains.