Marcel Rutten is an assistant professor at the TU/e department of Biomedical Engineering, research group Cardiovascular Biomechanics. His research focuses on vulnerable plaques, their characterization by means of techniques such as ultrasound and photo-acoustics, and the development of biomechanical models.
In 1995, Marcel Rutten obtained his PhD with his thesis "Arterial wall mechanics and atherosclerosis".
Decoupling the effect of shear stress and stretch on tissue growth and remodeling in a vascular graftTissue Engineering Part C: Methods (2018)
Perfusion dynamics assessment with Power Doppler ultrasound in skeletal muscle during maximal and submaximal cycling exerciseEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology (2018)
A novel angiographic quantification of aortic regurgitation after TAVR provides an accurate estimation of regurgitation fraction derived from cardiac magnetic resonance imagingJACC: Cardiovascular Interventions (2018)
Videodensitometric quantification of paravalvular regurgitation of a transcatheter aortic valve: in vitro validation.EuroIntervention (2018)
Investigation on the effect of spatial compounding on photoacoustic images of carotid plaques in the in vivo available rotational rangeIEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control (2018)
- Cardiovascular fluid mechanics
- Cardiac function
- Vascular mechanics
- Bachelor final project Cardiovascular Biomechanics
- Systems in time and space
- Aandeelhouder, Xeltis AG (CH)