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He Li
He Li
Assistant Professor of CMBE, UGA
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Erythrocyte membrane model with explicit description of the lipid bilayer and the spectrin network
H Li, G Lykotrafitis
Biophysical journal 107 (3), 642-653, 2014
1602014
A general shear-dependent model for thrombus formation
A Yazdani, H Li, JD Humphrey, GE Karniadakis
PLoS computational biology 13 (1), e1005291, 2017
1292017
Mechanics of diseased red blood cells in human spleen and consequences for hereditary blood disorders
H Li, L Lu, X Li, PA Buffet, M Dao, GE Karniadakis, S Suresh
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (38), 9574-9579, 2018
1172018
Modeling of the axon membrane skeleton structure and implications for its mechanical properties
Y Zhang, K Abiraman, H Li, DM Pierce, AV Tzingounis, G Lykotrafitis
PLoS computational biology 13 (2), e1005407, 2017
932017
Two-component coarse-grained molecular-dynamics model for the human erythrocyte membrane
H Li, G Lykotrafitis
Biophysical journal 102 (1), 75-84, 2012
892012
Artificial intelligence velocimetry and microaneurysm-on-a-chip for three-dimensional analysis of blood flow in physiology and disease
S Cai, H Li, F Zheng, F Kong, M Dao, GE Karniadakis, S Suresh
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (13), e2100697118, 2021
872021
Vesiculation of healthy and defective red blood cells
H Li, G Lykotrafitis
Physical Review E 92 (1), 012715, 2015
742015
OpenRBC: A fast simulator of red blood cells at protein resolution
YH Tang, L Lu, H Li, C Evangelinos, L Grinberg, V Sachdeva, ...
Biophysical journal 112 (10), 2030-2037, 2017
722017
MD/DPD multiscale framework for predicting morphology and stresses of red blood cells in health and disease
HY Chang, X Li, H Li, GE Karniadakis
PLoS computational biology 12 (10), e1005173, 2016
662016
Computational biomechanics of human red blood cells in hematological disorders
X Li, H Li, HY Chang, G Lykotrafitis, GE Karniadakis
Journal of biomechanical engineering 139 (2), 0210081, 2017
602017
Cytoskeleton remodeling induces membrane stiffness and stability changes of maturing reticulocytes
H Li, J Yang, TT Chu, R Naidu, L Lu, R Chandramohanadas, M Dao, ...
Biophysical Journal 114 (8), 2014-2023, 2018
582018
A three-dimensional phase-field model for multiscale modeling of thrombus biomechanics in blood vessels
X Zheng, A Yazdani, H Li, JD Humphrey, GE Karniadakis
PLoS computational biology 16 (4), e1007709, 2020
572020
Integrating blood cell mechanics, platelet adhesive dynamics and coagulation cascade for modelling thrombus formation in normal and diabetic blood
A Yazdani, Y Deng, H Li, E Javadi, Z Li, S Jamali, C Lin, JD Humphrey, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 18 (175), 20200834, 2021
542021
A coarse-grain molecular dynamics model for sickle hemoglobin fibers
H Li, G Lykotrafitis
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 4 (2), 162-173, 2011
50*2011
Vortex shedding from two finite circular cylinders in a staggered configuration
H Li, D Sumner
Journal of Fluids and Structures 25 (3), 479-505, 2009
392009
Modeling of band-3 protein diffusion in the normal and defective red blood cell membrane
H Li, Y Zhang, V Ha, G Lykotrafitis
Soft matter 12 (15), 3643-3653, 2016
332016
Modeling sickle hemoglobin fibers as one chain of coarse-grained particles
H Li, V Ha, G Lykotrafitis
Journal of biomechanics 45 (11), 1947-1951, 2012
332012
Data-driven modeling of hemodynamics and its role on thrombus size and shape in aortic dissections
A Yazdani, H Li, MR Bersi, P Di Achille, J Insley, JD Humphrey, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 2515, 2018
312018
How the spleen reshapes and retains young and old red blood cells: A computational investigation
H Li, ZL Liu, L Lu, P Buffet, GE Karniadakis
PLoS Computational Biology 17 (11), e1009516, 2021
292021
Quantitative prediction of erythrocyte sickling for the development of advanced sickle cell therapies
L Lu, Z Li, H Li, X Li, PG Vekilov, GE Karniadakis
Science advances 5 (8), eaax3905, 2019
242019
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