Keefe Manning

Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Surgery

Keefe Manning

Research Summary

Understanding the native cardiovascular system fluid mechanics; understanding the diseased cardiovascular system fluid mechanics, and the impact that cardiovascular prosthetics generate during and post implantation.

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Computational Fluid Dynamics Blood Hydrodynamics Benchmarking Equipment And Supplies Biomedical Equipment Thrombosis Scaffolds Nozzles Pumps Anisotropy Vena Cava Filters Stroke Geometry United States Food And Drug Administration In Vitro Techniques Shear Stress Inferior Vena Cava Hemolysis Computational Model Velocity Measurement Catheters Elastomeric Heart Valves Microfibers

Most Recent Papers

Refining a numerical model for device-induced thrombosis and investigating the effects of non-Newtonian blood models

Ling Yang, Nicolas Tobin, Keefe B. Manning, 2021, Journal of Biomechanics

In vitro real-time magnetic resonance imaging for quantification of thrombosis

Ling Yang, Thomas Neuberger, Keefe B. Manning, 2021, Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology, and Medicine on p. 285-295

Special Issue on Professor John M. Tarbell’s Contribution to Cardiovascular Engineering

Hanjoong Jo, Keefe Manning, John M. Tarbell, 2021, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology

John M. Tarbell

Keefe B. Manning, Steven Deutsch, Gerson Rosenberg, 2021, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology on p. 9-14

Transcatheter Heart Valve Downstream Fluid Dynamics in an Accelerated Evaluation Environment

Sailahari V. Ponnaluri, Steven Deutsch, Michael S. Sacks, Keefe B. Manning, 2021, Annals of Biomedical Engineering

In Vitro Clot Trapping Efficiency of the FDA Generic Inferior Vena Cava Filter in an Anatomical Model

J. M. Riley, N. S. Price, H. M. Saaid, B. C. Good, K. I. Aycock, B. A. Craven, K. B. Manning, 2021, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology

Hydrodynamics in Acute Ischemic Stroke Catheters Under Static and Cyclic Aspiration Conditions

Bryan C. Good, Francesco Costanzo, Scott D. Simon, Keefe B. Manning, 2020, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology on p. 689-698

Computational modeling of the Food and Drug Administration’s benchmark centrifugal blood pump

Bryan C. Good, Keefe B. Manning, 2020, Artificial Organs on p. E263-E276

Large-Eddy Simulations of Flow in the FDA Benchmark Nozzle Geometry to Predict Hemolysis

Nicolas Tobin, Keefe B. Manning, 2020, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology on p. 254-267

Development of a computational model for acute ischemic stroke recanalization through cyclic aspiration

Bryan C. Good, Scott Simon, Keefe Manning, Francesco Costanzo, 2020, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology on p. 761-778

Most-Cited Papers

Assessment of CFD Performance in Simulations of an Idealized Medical Device

Sandy F C Stewart, Eric G. Paterson, Greg W. Burgreen, Prasanna Hariharan, Matthew Giarra, Varun Reddy, Steven W. Day, Keefe B. Manning, Steven Deutsch, Michael R. Berman, Matthew R. Myers, Richard A. Malinauskas, 2012, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology on p. 139-160

Tri-layered elastomeric scaffolds for engineering heart valve leaflets

Nafiseh Masoumi, Nasim Annabi, Alexander Assmann, Benjamin L. Larson, Jesper Hjortnaes, Neslihan Alemdar, Mahshid Kharaziha, Keefe B. Manning, John E. Mayer, Ali Khademhosseini, 2014, Biomaterials on p. 7774-7785

Multilaboratory particle image velocimetry analysis of the FDA benchmark nozzle model to support validation of computational fluid dynamics simulations

Prasanna Hariharan, Matthew Giarra, Varun Reddy, Steven W. Day, Keefe B. Manning, Steven Deutsch, Sandy F.C. Stewart, Matthew R. Myers, Michael R. Berman, Greg W. Burgreen, Eric G. Paterson, Richard A. Malinauskas, 2011, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering

Electrospun PGS

Nafiseh Masoumi, Benjamin L. Larson, Nasim Annabi, Mahshid Kharaziha, Behnam Zamanian, Kayle S. Shapero, Alexander T. Cubberley, Gulden Camci-Unal, Keefe B. Manning, John E. Mayer, Ali Khademhosseini, 2014, Advanced healthcare materials on p. 929-939

FDA Benchmark Medical Device Flow Models for CFD Validation

Richard A. Malinauskas, Prasanna Hariharan, Steven W. Day, Luke H. Herbertson, Martin Buesen, Ulrich Steinseifer, Kenneth I. Aycock, Bryan C. Good, Steven Deutsch, Keefe B. Manning, Brent A. Craven, 2017, ASAIO Journal on p. 150-160

Development of a computational model for macroscopic predictions of device-induced thrombosis

Joshua O. Taylor, Richard S. Meyer, Steven Deutsch, Keefe B. Manning, 2016, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology on p. 1713-1731

Results of FDA's First Interlaboratory Computational Study of a Nozzle with a Sudden Contraction and Conical Diffuser

Sandy F.C. Stewart, Prasanna Hariharan, Eric G. Paterson, Greg W. Burgreen, Varun Reddy, Steven W. Day, Matthew Giarra, Keefe B. Manning, Steven Deutsch, Michael R. Berman, Matthew R. Myers, Richard A. Malinauskas, 2013, Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology on p. 374-391

Science for surgeons

Andreas R. De Biasi, Keefe B. Manning, Arash Salemi, 2015, Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery on p. 667-673

A Computational method for predicting inferior vena cava filter performance on a patient-specific basis

Kenneth I. Aycock, Robert Lee Campbell, Keefe B. Manning, Shankar P. Sastry, Suzanne M. Shontz, Frank Lynch, Brent A. Craven, 2014, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering

A resolved two-way coupled CFD/6-DOF approach for predicting embolus transport and the embolus-trapping efficiency of IVC filters

Kenneth I. Aycock, Robert L. Campbell, Keefe B. Manning, Brent A. Craven, 2017, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology on p. 851-869