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Christopher Quick

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Phone: (979) 845-2645

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Department: VTPP

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Education

  • Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Rutgers University 1999
  • B.S.E. Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania 1993
  • M.S.E. Bioengineering, University of Pensylvania 1993

Scholarly Interests

Insterstitial fluid balance; pulsatile hemodynamics; coordination of adaptation in vascular networks; undergraduate research-intensive communities

Publications

Aortic pulse pressure homeostasis emerges from adaption of systemic arteries to local mechanical stresses
Nguyen PH, Tuzun E, Quick CM
Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2016 311:R522-R531.
Mesenteric lymphatic vessels adapt to mesenteric venous hypertension by becoming weaker pumps
Dongaonkar RM, Nguyen TL, Quick CM, Heaps CL, Hardy J, Laine GA, Wilson E, Stewart RH
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2015
The complex distribution of the systemic arterial system mechanical properties, pulsatile hemodynamics, and vascular stresses can emerge from three simple adaptive rules
Nguyen PH, Coquis-Knezek SF, Mohiuddin MW, Tuzun E, Quick CM
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2015 308:H407-H415.
Assumed pressure pulse augmentation can originate from the heart
Theriot PR, Osa G, Dunn TG, Wallooppillai SE, Mohuiddin MW, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Microvascular degeneration predicted from reduced pulsatility
Ahmed SK, Bimal T, Nguyen PH, Tuzun E, Coquis-Knezek SF, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Novel approach to optimize both simplicity and accuracy when simplifying complex algrebraic models
Mason C, Wilder W, Wilkerson A, Garcia A, Mohiuddin MW, Stewart RH, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Integrating biomechanics and mechanobiology to predict cardiac contractility in a closed-loop system
Nwokocha CA, Schueler JD, Villarreal MR, Westra DJ, Duong TW, Quick CM, Stewart RH
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Mechanical determinants of acceptable blood volume ranges in heart failure patients
Morfin AE, Dalal FA, Kamp SJ, Armstrong AM, Richter AF, Stiles TW, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Increasing differential sensitivity to preload and afterload of LVADs operated in pulsatile mode
McDowall MT, Workman A, Adeleke H, Sarwar O, Coquis-Knezek SF, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Characterizing the simultaneous effects of shear stress and transmural pressure on lymphatic pumping
Pariseau H, Dang DH, White JC, Quick CM, Dongaonkar RM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Simple analytical model to predict critical hemodynamic parameters in fontan patients
Okose OC, Shimazaki M, Nguyen JC, McFadden KN, Mohuiddin MW, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
A novel approach to study contraction-induced relaxation in lymphatic vessels
Rosales A, Yu FJ, Thakker YA, Lam TT, Hood TE, Quick CM, Dongaonkar RM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Cardiovascular mechanical properties affect regression of the ductus arteriosus
Ahmed HA, Hise HR, Chikhliya UM, Quick CM, Stewart RH
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Modeling compensatory mechanisms to maintain homeostasis during moderate blood loss
Wu M, Tong Y, Dupree K, Stiles TS, Quick CM
Biomedical Engineering Society. 2014
Functional adaptation of bovine mesenteric lymphatic vessels to mesenteric venous hypertension.
Quick CM, Criscione JC, Kotiya A, Dongaonkar RM, Hardy J, Wilson E, Gashev AA, Laine GA, Stewart RH
Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2014 306(12):.
Mesenteric lymphatic vessels adapt to mesenteric venous hypertension by becoming weaker pumps
Dongaonkar RM, Nguyen TL, Quick CM, Heaps CL, Hardy J, Laine GA, Wilson E, Stewart RH
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.
The complex distribution of the systemic arterial system mechanical properties, pulsatile hemodynamics, and vascular stresses can emerge from three simple adaptive rules
Nguyen PH, Coquis-Knezek SF, Mohiuddin MW, Quick CM.
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.


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