Computational Heart Modelling and Simulation Group
The Computational Heart Modelling and Simulation Group at Oxford includes researchers across several Departments interested in the development and application of multi-scale and multi-physics models of the Heart to investigate questions in Cardiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology. Our computational models and software can be found in the Chaste Project website. We hold regular seminars on Tuesdays at 2pm in the Department of Computer Science.
Head of Activity
Control of NFAT Isoform Activation and NFAT−Dependent Gene Expression through Two Coincident and Spatially Segregated Intracellular Ca2+ Signals
P Kar‚ GR Mirams‚ HC Christian and AB Parekh
In Molecular Cell. Vol. 64. No. 4. Pages 746−759. 2016.
White Paper: Uncertainty and variability in computational and mathematical models of cardiac physiology
GR Mirams‚ P Pathmanathan‚ RA Gray‚ P Challenor and RH Clayton
In Journal of Physiology. 2016.
Connexin 43 contributes to electrotonic conduction across scar tissue in the intact heart
VM Mahoney‚ V Mezzano‚ GR Mirams‚ K Maass‚ Z Li‚ M Cerrone‚ C Vasquez‚ A Bapat‚ M Delmar and GE Morley
In Scientific Reports. Vol. 6. Pages 26744. 2016.