Alexandra K. Diem
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Sustainable computational science: the ReScience initiative
NP Rougier, K Hinsen, F Alexandre, T Arildsen, LA Barba, FCY Benureau, ...
PeerJ Computer Science 3, e142, 2017
Arterial pulsations cannot drive intramural periarterial drainage: significance for Aβ drainage
AK Diem, M MacGregor Sharp, M Gatherer, NW Bressloff, RO Carare, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 11, 475, 2017
A simulation model of periarterial clearance of amyloid-β from the brain
AK Diem, M Tan, NW Bressloff, C Hawkes, AWJ Morris, RO Weller, ...
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 8, 18, 2016
Peristalsis with oscillating flow resistance: a mechanism for periarterial clearance of amyloid beta from the brain
MK Sharp, AK Diem, RO Weller, RO Carare
Annals of biomedical engineering 44 (5), 1553-1565, 2016
Multi-scale Modelling of Computers Made from Excitable Chemical Droplets.
G Gruenert, J Szymanski, J Holley, G Escuela, A Diem, B Ibrahim, ...
Int. J. Unconv. Comput. 9 (3-4), 237-266, 2013
A control mechanism for intra-mural peri-arterial drainage via astrocytes: How neuronal activity could improve waste clearance from the brain
AK Diem, RO Carare, RO Weller, NW Bressloff
PloS one 13 (10), e0205276, 2018
VaMpy: a Python package to solve 1D blood flow problems
AK Diem, NW Bressloff
Journal of Open Research Software 5 (1), 2017
Prediction of Perivascular Drainage of Aβ from the Brain Using Computational Modelling: Implications for Alzheimer's Disease
AK Diem
Original typescript, 2016
Time-lapsing perfusion: proof of concept of a novel method to study drug delivery in whole organs
AK Diem, K Valen-Sendstad
Biophysical Journal 117 (12), 2316-2323, 2019
Artery. FE: An implementation of the 1D blood flow equations in FEniCS
SD Agdestein, K Valen-Sendstad, AK Diem
Journal of Open Source Software 3 (32), 1107, 2018
Porous Modelling of Cardiac Perfusion under Contraction to Demonstrate the Distribution of Therapeutic Nanoparticles
AK Diem, K Valen-Sendstad
2019 Computing in Cardiology (CinC), 1-4, 2019
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