Lei Xu (2007)A Novel Statistical Method for Microarray Data Integration: Applications to Cancer Research, PhD Thesis

Christina Yung (2007)Transcriptome and Proteome Analyses of Heart Failure, PhD Thesis

Patrick Helm (2005)A Novel Technique for Quantifying Variability of Cardiac Anatomy: Application to the Dyssynchronous Failing Heart, PhD Thesis

Joseph Greenstein (2002)Local Control of Ca2+ Release and It’s Implications for Cardiac Myocyte Properties, PhD Thesis

David Scollan (2002) Reconstructing the Heart: Development and Application of Biophysically-Based Electrical Models of Propagation in Ventricular Myocardium Reconstructed From Diffusion Tensor MRI, PhD Thesis

Paul Delmar (2001) – Mixed Effect Linear Model for the Analysis of Gene Expression Data, MS Thesis

William Baumgartner (2001) Implementation of a Database-Driven Analysis Platform for the Exploration of Myocardial Fiber Architecture Obtained Via Diffusion Tensor Magnetic Resonance Imaging, MS Thesis

Christina Yung (2000) – Application of a Stiff, Operator-Splitting Scheme to the Computational Modeling of Electrical Properties in Cardiac Ventricles, MS Thesis

Alex Holmes (1999) – Development of Diffusion Tensor Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques for Rapid Determination of Myocardial Fiber Orientation, MS Thesis

Zhiangyang Jiang (1999) – Reconstruction of Geometry from Cardiac MR Images, MS Thesis

Lisa Irvine (1998)Models of the Cardiac Sodium Channel and the Action of Lidocaine

Thesis (without figures)Irvine, L., Jafri, M. S. and Winslow, R. L. (1999) Cardiac Sodium Channel Mark Model With Temperature Dependence and Recovery From Inactivation. Biophys. J. 76: 1868 – Chapter 2Irvine, L., Jafri, M. S. and Winslow, R. L. (1999) A Quantitative Study of Modulated Receptor and Allosteric Effector Models of Drug Action, unpublished (figures incomplete) – Chapter 3Irvine, L., Jafri, M. S. and Winslow, R. L. (1999) Development and Evaluation of a Model of Lidocaine’s Action on Cardiac Sodium Channels, unpublished – Chapter 4

John Jeremy Rice (1997) – Modeling Calcium Handling, Force Generation, and Length Effects in Cardiac Cells, PhD Thesis

Peter Steinmetz (1996) – Ideal Detectors of Visual Signals on the Rod Photoreceptor Network, PhD Thesis


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