With my dual-background (MD and applied mathematics) and experience in cardiovascular magnetic resonance particularly for congenital heart diseases, I devoted myself to the translation of cardiovascular modeling into the clinic and advancing these methods into routine clinical application. This intrinsically multi-disciplinary goal can only be achieved in tight collaborations between teams of cardiovascular clinicians; mathematical and biomechanical modelers; and researchers in advanced data acquisition and processing. This explains my professional trajectory and major collaborations: MRI department of Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM Prague); French National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria); St Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College London; Department of Mathematics at Czech Technical University in Prague; and currently UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas.
- A benchmark problem to evaluate implementational issues for three-dimensional flows of incompressible fluids subject to slip boundary conditions
- R. Chabiniok, J. Hron, A. Jaroli´mova´, J. Ma´lek, K. R. Rajagopal, K. Rajagopal, H. S?vihlova´, K. Tuma Applications in Engineering Science 2021
- Signed-distance function based non-rigid registration of image series with varying image intensity
- K. Skardova, T. Oberhuber, J. Tintera, R. Chabiniok Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 2021 14 (3) pp.1145-1160
- Investigation of phase-contrast magnetic resonance imaging underestimation of turbulent flow through the aortic valve phantom: experimental and computational study using lattice Boltzmann method.
- Fucík R, Galabov R, Pauš P, Eichler P, Klinkovský J, Straka R, Tintera J, Chabiniok R, MAGMA 2020 Oct 33 5 649-662
- Monitoring of cardiovascular physiology augmented by a patient-specific biomechanical model during general anesthesia. A proof of concept study.
- Le Gall A, Vallée F, Pushparajah K, Hussain T, Mebazaa A, Chapelle D, Gayat É, Chabiniok R, PLoS One 2020 15 5 e0232830
- Dobutamine stress testing in patients with Fontan circulation augmented by biomechanical modeling.
- Ruijsink B, Zugaj K, Wong J, Pushparajah K, Hussain T, Moireau P, Razavi R, Chapelle D, Chabiniok R, PLoS One 2020 15 2 e0229015
- The importance of the pericardium for cardiac biomechanics: from physiology to computational modeling.
- Pfaller MR, Hörmann JM, Weigl M, Nagler A, Chabiniok R, Bertoglio C, Wall WA, Biomech Model Mechanobiol 2019 Apr 18 2 503-529
- Exploring kinetic energy as a new marker of cardiac function in the single ventricle circulation.
- Wong J, Chabiniok R, Tibby SM, Pushparajah K, Sammut E, Celermajer D, Giese D, Hussain T, Greil GF, Schaeffter T, Razavi R, J Appl Physiol (1985) 2018 09 125 3 889-900
- An adaptive hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin approach for cardiac electrophysiology.
- Hoermann JM, Bertoglio C, Kronbichler M, Pfaller MR, Chabiniok R, Wall WA, Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng 2018 05 34 5 e2959
- Non-invasive Model-Based Assessment of Passive Left-Ventricular Myocardial Stiffness in Healthy Subjects and in Patients with Non-ischemic Dilated Cardiomyopathy.
- Hadjicharalambous M, Asner L, Chabiniok R, Sammut E, Wong J, Peressutti D, Kerfoot E, King A, Lee J, Razavi R, Smith N, Carr-White G, Nordsletten D, Ann Biomed Eng 2017 03 45 3 605-618
- Patient-specific modeling for left ventricular mechanics using data-driven boundary energies
- L. Asner, M. Hadjicharalambous, R. Chabiniok, D. Peressutti, E. Sammut, J. Wong, G. Carr- White, R. Razavi, A. King, N. Smith, J. Lee, D. Nordsletten Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2017 314 269?295
Multiscale Modelling of Cardiac Perfusion. In Modeling the heart and the circulatory system
J. Lee, A. Cookson, R. Chabiniok, S. Rivolo, E. Hyde, M. Sinclair, C. Michler, T. Sochi, N. Smith: (2015). Switzerland, Springer
Honors & Awards
- Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) institute
Best poster award at VPH 2020 conference for PhD candidate Maria Gusseva (my role: PhD supervisor) (2020)
- French Embassy in Czech Republic
2nd Prix de Médicine (a month scientific visit at MRI research centre, University Paris-Sud, hosted by Prof. J. Bittoun) (2006)