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".
A numerical simulation of heartassist5 blood pump using an advanced turbulence modelASAIO journal (2018)
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)
- Cardiovascular fluid mechanics
- Cardiac function
- Vascular mechanics
- Systems in time and space
- Bachelor final project Cardiovascular Biomechanics
- Aandeelhouder, Xeltis AG (CH)