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Peskin CS:

A nonlinear photoformer.

NEREM Record 10: 226-227, 1968

Spruch GM and Peskin C:

Conductivity and photoconductivity in egg white.

Science 163: 1350-1351, 1969

Peskin CS:

Comment on ``a mathematical model for the pressure-flow relationship in a segment of vein'' (by Kresch E, and Noordergraaf A).

IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 17: 270-271, 1970

Yellin EL, Silverstein M, Frater RWM, and Peskin C:

Pulsatile flow dynamics across the natural and prosthetic mitral valve.

Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Washington DC, Nov.16-19, 1970, p.96.

Frater RWM, Peskin C, and Yellin E:

Comparison of natural and prosthetic mitral valves by simultaneous study of pressure, flow and movement with additional computer simulation.

European Surgical Research 3(3-4): 191-&, 1971

Yellin EL, Frater RWM, Peskin CS, and Epstein WH:

The dynamics of flow across the natural mitral valve.

ASME Publication #71-WA/BHF-2, 1971.

Mechanical Engineering 94(5): 57-&, 1972

Yellin EL, Peskin CS, and Frater RWM:

Pulsatile flow across the mitral valve: hydraulic, electronic, and digital computer simulation.

ASME Publication #72-WA/BHF-, 1972.

Mechanical Engineering 95(4): 65-65, 1973

Peskin CS:

Flow Patterns Around Heart Valves: A Digital Computer Method for Solving the Equations of Motion.

Ph.D. thesis, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, July, 1972.

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ProQuest Dissertations Publication Number: 7230378.

Peskin CS:

Flow patterns around heart valves: a numerical method.

Jounal of Computational Physics 10: 252-271, 1972

Frater RWM, Yellin EL, Laniado S, and Peskin CS:

The presystolic murmur of mitral stenosis.

The Lancet 301(7806): 775, 1973

Peskin CS, Yellin EL, and Frater RWM:

The flow pattern of mitral valve closure.

Medical Instrumentation 7(1): 72, 1973

Peskin CS:

Flow patterns around heart valves.

Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, Paris, 1972.

Lecture Notes in Physics (Springer) 19: 214-221, 1973

Yellin EL, Laniado S, Peskin CS, and Frater RWM:

Atrioventricular pressure-flow dynamics and valve motion.

In: Regulation and Control in Physiological Systems, Rochester NY 1973 (Iberall AS and Guyton AC, eds.), International Federation of Automatic Control, pp.311-314.

Peskin CS:

The differential geometry of heart valves.

Journal of the Franklin Institute 297: 335-343, 1974

Peskin CS:

Mathematical Aspects of Heart Physiology.

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences Lecture Notes, 1975

Yellin EL and Peskin CS:

Large amplitude pulsatile water flow across an orifice.

Transactions of the ASME: Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control 97(1): 92-95, 1975

Yellin EL, Frater RWM, and Peskin CS:

The application of the Gorlin equation to the stenotic mitral valve.

Advances in Bioengineering (Bell AC and Nerem RM, eds.), ASME, New York, 1975, pp.45-47.

Peskin CS:

Chemistry and mechanics underly models of heart physiology.

SIAM News 8(6): pages 1 & 8, 1975

Yellin EL, Laniado S, Peskin CS, and Frater RWM:

Left ventricular inflow patterns and mitral valve motion: animal studies and computer analysis.

Proceedings of the 4th New England Bioengineering Conference (Saha S, ed.), Pergamon Press, 1976, pp.177-180.

Yellin EL, Laniado S, Peskin CS, and Frater RWM:

Analysis and interpretation of the normal mitral flow curve.

The Mitral Valve (Kalmanson D, ed.), Publishing Sciences Group, Acton, Mass., 1976, pp.163-172.

Yellin EL, Laniado S, Peskin CS, and Frater RWM:

Flow studies of experimental mitral stenosis and regurgitation.

The Mitral Valve (Kalmanson D, ed.), Publishing Sciences Group, Acton, Mass., 1976, pp.195-206.

Peskin CS:

Partial Differential Equations in Biology.

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences Lecture Notes, 1976.

Peskin CS:

Numerical analysis of blood flow in the heart.

Journal of Computational Physics 25: 220-252, 1977

Peskin CS and Wolfe AW:

The aortic sinus vortex.

Federation Proceedings 37: 2784-2792, 1978

McCracken MF and Peskin CS:

A vortex-grid method for blood flow through heart valves.

Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, Tbilisi, USSR, Springer-Verlag, 1978.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

A computer test chamber for prosthetic valve design.

Proceedings of the 3rd Engineering Mechanics Division Specialty Conference (ASCE), Austin, Texas, 1979, pp.285-288.

McQueen DM, Yellin EL, Frater RWM, and Peskin CS:

Studies of the mitral valve in a computer test chamber.

Proceedings of the 3rd Engineering Mechanics Division Specialty Conference (ASCE), Austin, Texas, 1979, pp.289-292.

Peskin CS:

Fluid dynamics of the heart and the ear.

Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (Glowinski R and Lions JL, eds.), Amsterdam, North Holland, 1980, pp.587-613.

Cohen M, Peskin C, Teichholz L, and Thornton J:

The tangent vector as a reference frame free method of analysis of left ventricular shape and shape change.

Computers in Cardiology Conference (IEEE), Williamsburg, VA, Oct.22-24, 1980, pp. 257-260.

McCracken MF and Peskin CS:

A vortex method for blood flow through heart valves.

Journal of Computational Physics 35: 183-205, 1980

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Modeling prosthetic heart valves for numerical analysis of blood flow in the heart.

Journal of Computational Physics 37: 113-132, 1980

Caflisch R, Majda G, Peskin C, and Strumolo G:

Distortion of the arterial pulse.

Mathematical Biosciences 51: 229-260, 1980

Muller RU, Orin G, and Peskin CS:

The kinetics of monazomycin-induced voltage-dependent conductance. I. Proof of the validity of an empirical rate equation.

Journal of General Physiology 78: 171-200, 1981

Muller RU and Peskin CS:

The kinetics of monazomycin-induced voltage-dependent conductance. II. Theory and demonstration of a form of memory.

Journal of General Physiology 78: 201-229, 1981

Peskin CS:

Lectures on Mathematical Aspects of Physiology: (I) Control of the Heart and Circulation; (II) The Inner Ear; (III) Flow Patterns around Heart Valves.

Mathematical Aspects of Physiology (Hoppensteadt F, ed.), AMS, Providence, Rhode Island, 1981, pp.1-107.

Lacker HM and Peskin CS:

Control of ovulation numbers in a model of ovarian follicular maturation.

Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences (AMS) 14: 21-58, 1981

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

A computer test chamber for modeling natural and prosthetic mitral valves.

NCGA 1981 Conference Proceedings, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 1981, p.501-508.

Yellin EL, Peskin C, Yoran C, Koenigsberg M, Matsumoto M, Laniado S, McQueen D, Shore D, and Frater RWM:

Mechanisms of mitral valve motion during diastole.

American Journal of Physiology 241(3): H389-H400, 1981

McQueen DM, Peskin CS, and Yellin EL:

Fluid dynamics of the mitral valve: physiological aspects of a mathematical model.

American Journal of Physiology 242(6): H1095-H1110, 1982

Peskin CS:

The fluid dynamics of heart valves: experimental, theoretical, and computational methods.

Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 14: 235-259, 1982

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Computer-assisted design of pivoting-disc prosthetic mitral valves.

Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 86: 126-135, 1983

Finkelstein A and Peskin CS:

Some unexpected consequences of a simple physical mechanism for voltage-dependent gating in biological membranes.

Biophysical Journal 46: 549-558, 1984

Peskin CS, Tranchina D, and Hull DM:

How to see in the dark: photon noise in vision and nuclear medicine.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 435: 48-72, 1984

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McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Computer-assisted design of mitral valve prostheses.

SECTAM XII, Southeastern Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Pine Mountain, Georgia, May, 1984, p.271-276.

Borgers C and Peskin CS:

A Lagrangian method based on the Voronoi diagram for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations on a periodic domain.

The Free-Lagrange Method, Proceedings of the First International Conference (Fritts MJ, ed.), Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, 1985.

Lecture Notes in Physics (Springer) 238: 87-113, 1985

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Computer-assisted design of butterfly bileaflet valves for the mitral position.

Scandinavian Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 19: 139-148, 1985

Augenbaum JM and Peskin CS:

On the construction of the Voronoi mesh on a sphere.

Journal of Computational Physics 59: 177-192, 1985

LeVeque RJ, Peskin CS, and Lax PD:

Solution of a two-dimensional cochlea model using transform techniques.

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 45: 450-464, 1985

Meisner JS, McQueen DM, Ishida Y, Vetter HO, Bortolotti U, Strom JA, Frater RWM, Peskin CS, and Yellin EL:

Effects of timing of atrial systole on LV filling and mitral valve closure: computer and dog studies.

American Journal of Physiology 249: H604-H619, 1985

Peskin CS:

A random-walk interpretation of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 38: 845-852, 1985

Peskin CS:

Optimal random coding.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 39: 69-73, 1986

Sherman AS and Peskin CS:

A Monte-Carlo method for scalar reaction diffusion equations.

SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistial Computing 7: 1360-1372, 1986

Peskin CS and Tu C:

Hemodynamics in congenital heart disease.

Computers in Biology and Medicine 16: 331-359, 1986

Mechanick JI and Peskin CS:

Resolution of steroid binding heterogeneity by Fourier-derived affinity spectrum analysis (FASA).

Analytical Biochemistry 157: 221-235, 1986

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Improved heart-valve design through computer testing.

Proceedings of the 39th ACEMB, Baltimore, Maryland, September, 1986, p.132.

Lacker HM and Peskin CS:

A mathematical method for the unique determination of cross-bridge properties from steady-state mechanical and energetic experiments on macroscopic muscle.

Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences (AMS) 16: 121-153, 1986

Fogelson AL and Peskin CS:

Numerical solution of the 3D Stokes equations in the presence of suspended particles.

Proceedings of the SIAM Conference on Multiphase Flow, Leesbourg, Virginia, June, 1986.

Greenberg S, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

Three-dimensional fluid dynamics in a two-dimensional amount of central memory.

Wave Motion: Theory, Modeling, and Computation. Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Peter D. Lax. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987, p.85-146.

Peskin CS, McQueen DM, and Sabbagh H:

Elastic fiber structures in a viscous incompressible fluid.

Proceedings of a Symposium on Biological Science Applications of Cray Supercomputers, Houston, Texas, April, 1987.

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Computer modeling of intraventricular fluid dynamics.

Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Mathematical Modeling, St. Louis, August, 1987.

Peskin CS, McQueen DM, Fogelson AL, Tranchina D, Lacker HM, and Novick RP:

Mathematical models in physiology.

Proceedings of the IEEE 9th ACEMBS, Boston, November, 1987, p.1120-1122.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Computation of blood flow in the heart.

Proceedings of the IEEE 9th ACEMBS, Boston, November, 1987, p.2107-2108.

Borgers C and Peskin CS:

A Lagrangian fractional step method for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations on a periodic domain.

Journal of Computational Physics 70: 397-348, 1987

Schlick T, Peskin C, Broyde S, and Overton M:

An analysis of the structural and energetic properties of deoxyribose by potential energy methods.

Journal of Computational Chemistry 8: 1199-1224, 1987

LeVeque RJ, Peskin CS, and Lax PD:

Solution of a two-dimensional cochlea model with fluid viscosity.

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 48: 191-213, 1988

Sherman AS and Peskin CS:

Solving the Hodgkin-Huxley equations by a random-walk method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing 9: 170-190, 1988

Kreuger JW, Tsujioka K, Okada T, Peskin CS, and Lacker HM

: A ``give'' in tension and sarcomere dynamics in cardiac muscle relaxation.

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 226: 567-580, 1988

Fauci L and Peskin CS:

A computational model of aquatic animal locomotion.

Journal of Computational Physics 77: 85-108, 1988

Fogelson AL and Peskin CS:

A fast numerical method for solving the three-dimensional Stokes' equations in the presence of suspended particles.

Journal of Computational Physics 79: 50-69, 1988

Tranchina D and Peskin CS:

Light adaptation in the turtle retina: embedding a parametric family of linear models in a single nonlinear model.

Visual Neuroscience 1: 339-348, 1988

Yellin EL and Peskin CS:

Closure mechanism of the mitral valve.

Blood flow in the Heart and Large Blood Vessels (Sugawara M, Kajiya F, Kitabatake A, and Matsuo H, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 1988, Section 3.2.

Meisner JS, Yellin EL, and Peskin CS:

Hemodynamics of atrioventricular sequential pacing.

Blood flow in the Heart and Large Blood Vessels (Sugawara M, Kajiya F, Kitabatake A, and Matsuo H, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 1988, Section 3.5.

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Fiber-wrapped chambers for computation of three-dimensional blood flow in the heart.

Proceedings of the 1988 World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, San Antonio, Texas, August 1988, p. 370.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Three-dimensional computation of blood flow in the heart.

Science and Engineering on Cray Supercomputers. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October, 1988, pp.127-138 and 535-537.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

3-dimensional fluid dynamics in 2-dimensional central memory: vectorization and asynchronous I/O.

High Speed Computing: Scientific Applications and Algorithm Design, University of Illinois Press, Champaign IL, 1988, pp.72-73.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Biomedical applications of a computer model of the heart: physiology, pathophysiology, and prosthetic valve design.

Proceedings of a Conference on the Use and Potential of Biological and Theoretical Models in Biomedical Research. N.I.H., Bethesda, Maryland, May 1989, pp.53-58

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Three-dimensional computer simulation of intracardiac blood flow.

Cardiovascular Science and Technology, Basic and Applied, I. Louisville, Kentucky, December, 1989, p.130-131.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

A three-dimensional computational method for blood flow in the heart: (I) immersed elastic fibers in a viscous incompressible fluid.

Journal of Computational Physics 81: 372-405, 1989

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

A three-dimensional computational method for blood flow in the heart: (II) contractile fibers.

Journal of Computational Physics 82: 289-297, 1989

Peskin CS:

Fiber architecture of the left ventricular wall: an asymptotic analysis.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 42: 79-113, 1989

Tu C and Peskin CS:

Hemodynamics in transposition of the great arteries with comparison to ventricular septal defect.

Computers in Biology and Medicine 19: 95-128, 1989

Peskin CS and Schlick T:

Molecular dynamics by the backward-Euler method.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematis 42:1001-1039, 1989

Schlick T and Peskin CS:

Can classical equations simulate quantum-mechanical behavior: a molecular dynamics investigation of a diatomic molecule with a Morse potential.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 42: 1141-1163, 1989

Mechanick JI and Peskin CS:

A C-version of Fourier-derived affinity spectrum analysis (FASA) to resolve binding heterogeneity.

Computer Applications in the Biosciences 6(3): 189-194, 1990

Sneyd J and Peskin CS:

Computation of geodesic trajectories on tubular surfaces.

SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing 11: 230-241, 1990

Peskin CS:

Analysis of the backward-Euler/Langevin method for molecular dynamics.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 43: 599-645, 1990

Hull DM, Peskin CS, Rabinowitz AM, Wexler JP, and Blaufox MD:

The derivation and verification of a nonstationary optimal smoothing filter for nuclear medicine image data.

Physics in Medicine and Biology 35: 1641-1662, 1990

Peskin CS and Schlick T:

How to simulate the quantum-mechanical suppression of high-frequency modes in classical molecular dynamics computations.

Biomedical Engineering: Opening New Doors. Proceedings of the Fall 1990 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (Mikulecky DC and Clarke AM, eds.) NYU Press, New York, 1990, pp. 57-58.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Three-dimensional computer simulation of blood flow in the cardiac chambers.

Biofluid Mechanics 3. Proceedings of the 3rd Mid-Atlantic Conference on Biofluid Mechanics (Schneck DJ and Lucas CL, eds.) NYU Press, New York, 1990, p.197-198.

Schlick T, Hingerty B, Peskin CS, Overton M, and Broyde S:

Search strategies, minimization algorithms, and molecular dynamics simulations for exploring conformational spaces of nucleic acids.

Theoretical Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Volume 1: DNA, Adenine Press, New York, 1991, pp.39-58.

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Curved butterfly bileaflet prosthetic cardiac valve.

US Patent Number 5,026,391, June 25, 1991.

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Computational studies of blood flow in the heart in two and three dimensions.

Proceedings of the IEEE 17th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Hartford, CT, April 4-5, 1991, pp.77-78.

Peskin CS:

Two examples of mathematics and computing in the biological sciences: blood flow in the heart and molecular dynamics.

Mathematics into the Twenty-first Century (Browder FE, ed.), American Mathematical Society, 1992, p.395-415.

Oster G and Peskin CS:

Dynamics of osmotic fluid flow.

Mechanics of Swelling: From Clays to Living Cells and Tissues (Karalis TK, ed.), New York, Springer-Verlag, 1992.

Hoppensteadt FC and Peskin CS:

Mathematics in Medicine and the Life Sciences.

Springer-Verlag, New York, 1992.

see also 2nd edition, 2002

Simon SM, Peskin CS, and Oster GF:

What drives the translocation of proteins?

Proceeding of the National Acadacemy of Sciences USA 89: 3770-3774, 1992

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Cardiac fluid dynamics.

In: High-Performance Computing in Biomedical Research (Pilkington TC, Loftis B, Thompson JF, Woo SL-Y, Palmer TC, and Budinger TF, eds.), CRC Press, 1992, plates 6-9 and pages 51-59.

Also: Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering 20: 451-459, 1992

Tu C and Peskin CS:

Stability and instability in the computation of flows with moving immersed boundaries: a comparison of three methods.

SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing 13: 1361-1376, 1992

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Computational biofluid dynamics.

Fluid Dynamics in Biology (Cheer AY and van Dam CP, eds.), Oxford University Press, 1993, paper #8.

Contemporary Mathematics 141: 161-186, 1993

Mayo AA and Peskin CS:

An implicit numerical method for fluid dynamics problems with immersed elastic boundaries.

Fluid Dynamics in Biology (Cheer AY and van Dam DP, eds.), Oxford University Press, 1993, paper #11.

Contemporary Mathematics 141: 261-277, 1993

Peskin CS and Printz BF:

Improved volume conservation in the computation of flows with immersed elastic boundaries.

Journal of Computational Physics 105: 33-46, 1993

Peskin CS, Odell GM, and Oster GF:

Cellular motions and thermal fluctuations: the Brownian ratchet.

Biophysical Journal 65: 316-324, 1993

Oster G and Peskin CS:

The speed of a Brownian ratchet.

Theoretical and Experimental Advances in Pattern Formation (Main PK, Murray JD, and Othmer HG, eds.), Plenum Press, 1993, pp.267-276.

Peskin CS, Ermentrout GB, and Oster GF:

The correlation ratchet: a novel mechanism for generating directed motion by ATP hydrolysis.

Cell Mechanics and Cellular Engineering (Mow VC, et al., eds.), New York, Springer-Verlag, 1994, pp. 479-489.

Peskin CS, Ermentrout GB, and Oster GF:

Mechanochemical coupling in ATPase motors.

Interplay of Genetic and Physical Processes in the Development of Biological Form, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1994, p.293-303.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Mechanical equilibrium determines the fractal fiber architecture of the aortic heart valve leaflets.

American Journal of Physiology 266: H319-H328, 1994

Stern JV and Peskin CS:

Fractal dimension of an aortic heart valve leaflet.

Fractals - Complex Geometry Patterns and Scaling in Nature and Society 2(3): 461-464, 1994

Peskin CS and Oster GF:

Coordinated hydrolysis explains the mechanical behavior of kinesin.

Biophysical Journal 68: S202-S211, 1995

Peskin CS and Oster GF:

Force production by depolymerizing microtubules: load-velocity curves and run-pause statistics.

Biophysical Journal 69: 2268-2276, 1995

Schlick T and Peskin CS:

Comment on ``Backward Euler and other methods for simulating molecular fluids''.

Journal of Chemical Physics 103: 9888-9889, 1995

Surkis A, Taylor B, Peskin CS, and Leonard CS:

Calculation of passive membrane properties for experimentally determined dendritic geometries of laterodorsal tegmental neurons in vitro.

The Neurobiology of Computation (Bower JM, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1995, pp. 147-152.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

A general method for the computer simulation of biological systems interacting with fluids.

Biological Fluid Dynamics (Ellington CP and Pedley TJ, eds.), The Company of Biologists Limited, Cambridge UK, 1995, pp. 265-276.

Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology 49:265-276, 1995

Peskin CS, Lombillo V, and Oster GF:

A depolymerization ratchet for intracellular transport.

Fluctuations and Order. The New Synthesis (M. Millonas, ed.), Springer-Verlag, New York, 1996, chapter 20, pp. 321-330.

Peskin CS and McQueen DM:

Fluid dynamics of the heart and its valves.

Case Studies in Mathematical Modeling: Ecology, Physiology, and Cell Biology (Othmer HG, Adler FR, Lewis MA, and Dallon JC, eds.), Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs NJ, 1996, chapter 14, pp. 309-337.

Surkis A, Taylor B, Peskin CS, and Leonard CS:

Quantitative morphology of physiologically identified and intracellularly labeled nitric oxide synthase-containing neurons from guinea pig laterodorsal tegmental nucleus in vitro.

Neuroscience 74: 375-392, 1996

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Shared-memory parallel vector implementation of the immersed boundary method for the computation of blood flow in the beating mammalian heart.

The Journal of Supercomputing 11(3): 213-236, 1997

Tao YC and Peskin CS:

Simulating the role of microtubules in depolymerization-driven transport -- A Monte Carlo approach.

Biophysical Journal 75: 1529-1540, 1998

Surkis A, Peskin CS, Tranchina D, and Leonard CS:

Recovery of cable properties through active and passive modeling of subthreshold membrane responses from laterodorsal tegmental neurons.

Journal of Neurophysiology 80: 2593-2607, 1998

Arthurs KM, Moore LC, Peskin CS, Pitman EB, and Layton HE:

Modeling arteriolar flow and mass transport using the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 147: 402-440, 1998

Peskin CS:

Optimal dynamic instability of microtubules.

Documenta Mathematica, Extra Volume ICM 1998 III, 633-642, 1998

See also the lecture notes Optimal dynamic instability of microtubues 2.0, in which a more relevant optimization problem is considered.

Roma AM, Peskin CS, and Berger MJ:

An adaptive version of the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 153: 509-534, 1999

Elston TC and Peskin CS:

The role of protein flexibility in molecular motor function: coupled diffusion in a tilted periodic potential.

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 60: 842-867, 2000

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

A three-dimensional computer model of the human heart for studying cardiac fluid dynamics.

Computer Graphics 34: 56-60, 2000

Elston TC, You D, and Peskin CS:

Protein flexibility and the correlation ratchet.

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 61: 776-791, 2000

Lai M-C and Peskin CS:

An immersed boundary method with formal second order accuracy and reduced numerical viscosity.

Journal of Computational Physics 160: 705-719, 2000

Olufsen MS, Peskin CS, Kim WY, Pedersen EM, Nadim A, and Larsen J:

Numerical simulation and experimental validation of blood flow in arteries with structured-tree outflow conditions.

Annals of Biomedical Engineering 28: 1281-1299, 2000

Jung EN and Peskin CS:

Two-dimensional simulations of valveless pumping using the immersed boundary method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 23: 19-45, 2001

Kovacs SJ, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

Modeling cardiac fluid dynamics and diastolic function.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 359: 1299-1314, 2001

Rosar ME and Peskin CS:

Fluid flow in collapsible elastic tubes: a three-dimensional numerical model.

New York Journal of Mathematics 7: 281-302, 2001

McQueen DM and Peskin CS:

Heart simulation by an immersed boundary method with formal second-order accuracy and reduced numerical viscosity.

Mechanics for a New Millennium, Proceedings of the International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ICTAM) 2000, (Aref H and Phillips JW, eds.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001

McQueen DM, Peskin CS, and Zhu L:

The immersed boundary method for incompressible fluid-structure interaction.

Proceedings of the First MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 12 - 15, 2001 (Bathe KJ, ed.) Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford UK, 2001, Volume 1, pages 26-30.

Hoppensteadt FC and Peskin CS:

Modeling and Simulation in Medicine and the Life Sciences, Second Edition.

Springer-Verlag, New York, 2002

Peskin CS:

The immersed boundary method.

Acta Numerica 11: 479-517, 2002

Zhu L and Peskin CS:

Simulation of a flapping flexible filament in a flowing soap film by the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 179: 452-468, 2002

Chiu C and Peskin CS:

Numerical analysis of the flux and force generated by a correlation ratchet mechanism.

Journal of Mathematical Biology 44: 479-501, 2002

Yi C-S, Fogelson AL, Keener JP, and Peskin CS:

A mathematical study of volume shifts and ionic concentration changes during ischemia and hypoxia.

Journal of Theoretical Biology 220: 83-106, 2003

Wang H, Peskin CS, and Elston C:

A robust numerical algorithm for studying biomolecular transport processes.

Journal of Theoretical Biology 221: 491-511, 2003

Kim Y, Zhu L, Wang X, and Peskin C:

On various techniques for computer simulation of boundaries with mass.

Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics: Proceedings of the Second MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 17-20, 2003 (Bathe KJ, ed.), Elsevier, 2003, pp. 1746-1750.

Kramer PR and Peskin CS:

Incorporating thermal fluctuations into the immersed boundary method.

Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics: Proceedings of the Second MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 17-20, 2003 (Bathe KJ, ed.), Elsevier, 2003, pp. 1755-1758.

Lim S and Peskin CS:

Subcritical bifurcation of a rotating elastic filament in a viscous fluid by the immersed boundary method.

Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics: Proceedings of the Second MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 17-20, 2003 (Bathe KJ, ed.), Elsevier, 2003, pp. 1409-1412.

Zhu L and Peskin CS:

Interaction of two flapping filaments in a flowing soap film.

Physics of Fluids 15:1954-1960, 2003

Forger DB and Peskin CS:

A detailed predictive model of the mammalian circadian clock.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 100: 14806-14811, 2003

Forger DB, Dean DA II, Gurdziel K, LeLoup J-C, Lee C, von Gall C, Etchegaray J-P, Kronauer RE, Goldbeter A, Peskin CS, Jewett ME, and Weaver DR:

Development and validation of computational models for mammalian circadian oscillators.

OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology 7: 387-400, 2003

Vigmond EJ, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

The cable as a basis for a mechanoelectric whole heart model.

International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism 5(1): 183-184, 2003

Lim S and Peskin CS:

Simulations of the whirling instability by the immersed boundary method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 25: 2066-2083, 2004

Cortez R, Peskin CS, Stockie J, and Varela D:

Parametric resonance in immersed elastic boundaries.

SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 65: 494-520, 2004

Forger DB and Peskin CS:

Model based conjectures on mammalian clock controversies.

Journal of Theoretical Biology 230: 533-539, 2004

Miller LA and Peskin CS:

When vortices stick: an aerodynamic transition in tiny insect flight.

Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 3073-3088, 2004

Miller LA and Peskin CS:

A computational fluid dynamics study of 'clap and fling' in the smallest insects.

Journal of Experimental Biology 208(Pt 2): 195-212, 2005

Forger DB and Peskin CS:

Stochastic simulation of the mammalian circadian clock.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102: 321-324, 2005

Griffith BE and Peskin CS:

On the order of accuracy of the immersed boundary method: higher order convergence rates for sufficiently smooth problems.

Journal of Computational Physics 208: 75-105, 2005

Ridler M, McQueen DM, Peskin CS, and Vigmond E:

Action potential duration gradient protects the right atrium from fibrillating.

Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, New York, NY, Aug.30 - Sept.3, 2006, 4 pages.

Kim Y and Peskin CS:

2-D parachute simulation by the immersed boundary method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 28(6): 2294-2312, 2006

Isaacson SA and Peskin CS:

Incorporating diffusion in complex geometries into stochastic chemical kinetics simulations.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 28(1): 47-74, 2006

Atzberger PJ and Peskin CS:

A Brownian dynamics model of kinesin in three dimensions incorporating the force-extension profile of the coiled-coil cargo tether.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 68: 131-160, 2006

Raj A and Peskin CS:

The influence of chromosome flexibility on chromosome transport during anaphase A.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103: 5349-5354, 2006

Raj A, Peskin CS, Tranchina D, Vargas DY, Tyagi S:

Stochastic mRNA synthesis in mammalian cells.

PLOS Biology 4(10): 1707-1719, 2006

Mori Y, Jerome JW, and Peskin CS:

A three-dimensional model of cellular electrical activity.

Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica 2(2): 367-390, 2007

Zhu LD and Peskin CS:,

Drag of a flexible fiber in a 2D moving viscous fluid.

Computers and Fluids 36: 398-406, 2007

Griffith BE, Hornung RD, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

An adaptive, formally second order accurate version of the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 223(1): 10-49, 2007

Kim Y and Peskin CS:

Penalty immersed boundary method for an elastic boundary with mass.

Physics of Fluids 19(5): Article Number 053103, 2007

Atzberger PJ, Kramer PR, and Peskin CS:

A stochastic immersed boundary method for fluid-structure dynamics at microscopic length scales.

Journal of Computational Physics 224(2): 1255-1292, 2007

Stern E, Fort TJ, Miller MW, Peskin CS, and Brezina V:

Decoding modulation of the neuromuscular transform.

Neurocomputing 70(10-12,SI): 1753-1758, 2007

Azer K and Peskin CS:

A one-dimensional model of blood flow in arteries with friction and convection based on the Womersley velocity profile.

Cardiovascular Engineering 7(2): 51-73, 2007

Mori Y, Fishman GI, and Peskin CS:

Ephaptic conduction in a cardiac strand model with 3D electrodiffusion.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105(17): 6463-6468, 2008

Mori Y and Peskin CS:

Implicit second order immersed boundary methods with boundary mass.

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197(25-28): 2049-2067, 2008

Boffi D, Gastaldi L, Heltai L, and Peskin CS:

On the hyper-elastic formulation of the immersed boundary method.

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197(25-28): 2210-2231, 2008

Kramer PR, Peskin CS, and Atzberger PJ:

On the foundations of the stochastic immersed boundary method.

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197(25-28): 2232-2249, 2008

Bringley TT and Peskin CS:

Validation of a simple method for representing spheres and slender bodies in an immersed boundary method for Stokes flow on an unbounded domain.

Journal of Computional Physics 227(11): 5397-5425, 2008

Vigmond EJ, Clements C, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

Effect of bundle branch block on cardiac output: a whole heart simulation study.

Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology 97(2-3): 520-542, 2008

Kim Y and Peskin CS:

Numerical study of incompressible fluid dynamics with nonuniform density by the immersed boundary method.

Physics of Fluids 20(6): Article Number 062101, 2008

Lim S, Ferent A, Wang XS, and Peskin CS:

Dynamics of a closed rod with twist and bend in fluid.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 31(1): 273-302, 2008

DeVille REL and Peskin CS:

Synchrony and asynchrony in a fully stochastic neural network.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 70(6): 1608-1633, 2008

Kim Y and Peskin CS:

3-D parachute simulation by the immersed boundary method.

Computers and Fluids 38(6): 1080-1090, 2009

Atzberger PJ, Isaacson S, and Peskin CS:

A microfluidic pumping mechanism driven by non-equilibrium osmotic effects.

Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 238(14): 1168-1179, 2009

Yamada YR and Peskin CS:

A look-ahead model for the elongation dynamics of transcription.

Biophysical Journal 96(8): 3015-3031, 2009

Correction.

Biophysical Journal 98(4): 741, 2010

Mori Y and Peskin CS:

A universal programmable fiber architecture for the representation of a general linearly elastic incompressible material as a fiber-reinforced fluid.

Advances in Applied Mathematics 43(1): 75-100, 2009

Griffith BE, Luo X, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

Simulating the fluid dynamics of natural and prosthetic heart valves using the immersed boundary method.

International Journal of Applied Mechanics 1(1): 137-177, 2009

Hand PE, Griffith BE, and Peskin CS:

Deriving macroscopic myocardial conductivities by homogenization of microscopic models.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 71(7): 1707-1726, 2009

Miller LA and Peskin CS:

Flexible clap and fling in tiny insect flight.

Journal of Experimental Biology 212(19): 3076-3090, 2009

Teran JM and Peskin CS:

Tether force constraints in Stokes flow by the immersed boundary method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 31(5): 3404-3416, 2009

Stern E, Garcia-Crescioni K, Miller MW, Peskin CS, and Brezina V:

A method for decoding the neurophysiological spike-response transform.

Journal of Neuroscience Methods 184(2): 337-356, 2009

Mori Y and Peskin CS:

A numerical method for cellular electrophysiology based on the electrodiffusion equations with internal boundary conditions at membranes.

Communications in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science 4(1): 85-134, 2009

Hand PE and Peskin CS:

Homogenization of an electrophysiological model for a strand of cardiac myocytes with gap junctional and electric-field coupling.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 72(6): 1408-1424, 2010

Rodriguez Brenes IA and Peskin CS:

A quantitative theory of telomere length regulation and cellular senescence.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107(12): 5387-5392, 2010

Lee P, Griffith BE, and Peskin CS:

The immersed boundary method for advection-electrodiffusion with implicit timestepping and local mesh refinement.

Journal of Computational Physics 229(13): 5208-5227, 2010

Kim Y, Lai M-C, and Peskin CS:

Numerical simulations of two-dimensional foam by the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 229(13): 5194-5207, 2010

Peskin CS:

Wave momentum.

Silver Dialogues, NYU, 2010

Bollo RJ, Williams SC, Peskin CS, and Samadani U:

When the air hits your brain: Cerebral autoregulation of brain oxygenation during aerobic exercise allows transient hyperoxygenation: case report.

Neurosurgery 67(2): E507-U12, 2010

Ferencz GJ Jr, Peskin ER, and Peskin CS:

Accuracy of the immersed boundary method in fixed-point arithmetic.

Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Scientific Computing (CSC2010), July 2010

DeVille REL, Peskin CS, and Spencer JH:

Dynamics of stochastic neuronal networks and the connections to random graph theory.

Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenomena 5(2): 22-66, 2010

Yamada YR and Peskin CS:

The influence of look-ahead on the error rate of transcription.

Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenomena 5(3): 206-227: 2010

Jiang Y, Chemudupati S, Jorgensen JM, Jiang Z-P, and Peskin CS:

Optimal control mechanism involving the human kidney.

2011 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference (CDC-ECC 2011) pp. 3688-3693.

Ridler ME, Lee M, McQueen D, Peskin C, and Vigmond E:

Arrhythmogenic consequences of action potential duration gradients in the atria.

Canadian Journal of Cardiology 27(1): 112-119, 2011

Isaacson SA, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

The influence of volume exclusion by chromatin on the time required to find specific DNA binding sites by diffusion.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108(9): 3815-3820, 2011

Stinchcombe AR, Peskin CS, and Tranchina D:

Population density approach for discrete mRNA distributions in generalized switching models for stochastic gene expression.

Physical Review E 85, 061919, 2012 (12 pages)

Lim S and Peskin CS:

Fluid-mechanical interaction of flexible bacterial flagella by the immersed boundary method.

Physical Review E 85(3): 036307-036315, 2012

DeVille REL and Peskin CS:

Synchrony and asynchrony for neuronal dynamics defined on complex networks.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 74(4): 769-802, 2012

Devendran D and Peskin CS:

An immersed boundary energy-based method for incompressible viscoelasticity.

Journal of Computational Physics 231(14): 4613-4642, 2012

Kim Y, Seol Y, Lai M-C, and Peskin, CS:

The immersed boundary method for two-dimensional foam with topological changes.

Communications in Computational Physics 12(2): 479-493, 2012

Balboa Usabiaga F, Bell JB, Delgado-Buscalioni R, Donev, Fai TG, Griffith BE, and Peskin CS:

Staggered schemes for incompressible fluctuating hydrodynamics.

SIAM Journal on Multiscale Modeling and Simulation 10(4): 1369-1408, 2012

Lushi E and Peskin CS:

Modeling and simulation of active suspensions containing large numbers of interacting micro-swimmers.

Computers and Structures 122: 239-248, 2013

Isaacson SA, Larabell CA, Le Gros MA, McQueen DM, Peskin CS:

The influence of spatial variation in chromatin density determined by X-ray tomograms on the time to find DNA binding sites.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 75(11): 2093-2117, 2013

Fai TG, Griffith BE, Mori Y, and Peskin CS:

Immersed boundary method for variable viscosity and variable density problems using fast constant-coefficient linear solvers. I: Numerical method and results.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 35(5): B1132-B1161, 2013

Lee P, Sobie EA, and Peskin CS:

Computer simulation of voltage sensitive calcium ion channels in a dendritic spine.

Journal of Theoretical Biology 338(7): 87-93, 2013

Griffith BE and Peskin CS:

Electrophysiology.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 66(12): 1837-1913, 2013

Qureshi MU, Vaughan GDA, Sainsbury C, Johnson M, Peskin CS, Olufsen MS, and Hill NA:

Numerical simulation of blood flow and pressure drop in the pulmonary arterial and venous circulation.

Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 13(5): 1137-1154, 2014

Fai TG, Griffith BE, Mori Y, and Peskin CS:

Immersed boundary method for variable viscosity and variable density problems using fast constant-coefficient linear solvers II: Theory.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 36(3): B589–B621, 2014

Kim Y, Lai M-C, Peskin CS, and Seol Y:

Numerical simulations of three-dimensional foam by the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 269: 1-21, 2014

McQueen DM, O'Donnell T, Griffith BE, and Peskin CS:

Constructing a patient-specific model heart from CT data.

In: Paragios N, Duncan J, and Ayache N, editors:

The Handbook of Biomedical Imaging: Methodologies and Clinical Research.

Springer US, 2015, pages 183-197.

Wu C-H, Fai TG, Atzberger PJ, and Peskin CS:

Simulation of osmotic swelling by the stochastic immersed boundary method.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 37(4): B660-B688, 2015

Wang G and Peskin CS:

Stochastic entrainment of a stochastic oscillator.

Physical Review E 92(5) Article Number: 052718, 2015

Zhang C and Peskin CS:

Improved signaling as a result of randomness in synaptic vesicle release.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 112(48): 14954-14959, 2015

Kim Y and Peskin CS:

A penalty immersed boundary method for a rigid body in fluid.

Physics of Fluids 28(3) Article Number: 033603, 2016

Leffler SR, Legue E, Aristizabal O, Joyner AL, Peskin CS, and Turnbull DH

A mathematical model of granule cell generation during mouse cerebellum development.

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 78(5): 859-878, 2016

Bao Y, Kaye J, and Peskin CS:

A Gaussian-like immersed-boundary kernel with three continuous derivatives and improved translational invariance.

Journal of Computational Physics 316: 139-144, 2016

(For additional information, see 2017 arXiv version, below.)

Manzari MT and Peskin CS:

Paradoxical waves and active mechanism in the cochlea.

Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 36(8): 4531-4552, 2016

Kim J, Srinivasan A, Seoane T, Di Franco A, Peskin CS, McQueen DM, Paul TK, Feher A, Geevarghese A, Rozenstrauch M, Devereux RB, and Weinsaft JW:

Echocardiographic linear dimensions for assessment of right ventricular chamber volume as demonstrated by cardiac magnetic resonance.

Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography 29(9): 861-870, 2016

Stinchcombe AR, Mori Y, and Peskin CS:

Well-posed treatment of space-charge layers in the electroneutral limit of electrodiffusion.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 69(12): 2221-2249, 2016

Bao Y, Kaiser AD, Kaye J, and Peskin CS:

Gaussian-like immersed boundary kernels with three continuous derivatives and improved translational invariance.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1505.07529v3, 2017

(This is an update of the 2016 paper cited above.)

Ko W, Lim S, Lee W, Kim Y, Berg HC, and Peskin CS:

Modeling polymorphic transformation of rotating bacterial flagella in a viscous fluid.

Physical Review E 95(6) Article Number: 063106, 2017

Bao Y, Donev A, Griffith BE, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

An immersed boundary method with divergence-free velocity interpolation and force spreading.

Journal of Computational Physics 347: 183-206, 2017

Stern E, Ruf-Zamojski F, Zalepa-King L, Pincas H, Choi SG, Peskin CS, Hayot F, Turgeon JL, and Sealfon SC:

Modeling and high-throughput experimental data uncover the mechanisms underlying Fshb gene sensitivity to gonadotropin-releasing hormone pulse frequency.

Journal of Biological Chemistry 292(23): 9815–9829, 2017

Fai TG, Leo-Macias A, Stokes DL, and Peskin CS:

Image-based model of the spectrin cytoskeleton for red blood cell simulation.

PLOS Computational Biology 11(6): e1005790, 2017

Han J and Peskin CS:

Spontaneous oscillation and fluid-structure interaction of cilia.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115 (17): 4417-4422, 2018

Wang G and Peskin CS:

Entrainment of a cellular circadian oscillator by light in the presence of molecular noise.

Physical Review E 97(6) Article Number: 062416, 2018

Kaiser AD, McQueen DM, and Peskin CS:

Modeling the mitral valve.

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 35(11): e3240, 2019

Zhang C and Peskin CS:

Analysis, simulation, and optimization of stochastic vesicle dynamics in synaptic transmission.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 73(1): 3-62, 2020

Maxian O and Peskin CS:

An immersed boundary method with subgrid resolution and improved numerical stability applied to slender bodies in Stokes flow.

SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 44(4): B847–B868, 2020

Ong KM, Phillips MS, and Peskin CS:

A mathematical model and inference method for bacterial colonization in hospital units applied to active surveillance data for carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae.

PLOS ONE 15(11): e0231754, 2020

Ma J, Do M, Le Gros MA, Peskin CS, Larabell CA, Mori Y, Isaacson SA:

Strong intracellular signal inactivation produces sharper and more robust signaling from cell membrane to nucleus.

PLOS Computational Biology 16(11): e1008356, 2020

Puelz C, Danial Z, Raval JS, Marinaro JL, Griffith BE, Peskin CS:

Models for plasma kinetics during simultaneous therapeutic plasma exchange and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.

Mathematical Medicine and Biology 38(2): 255-271, 2021

Puelz C, Marinaro JL, Park YA, Griffith BE, Peskin CS, and Raval JS:

Mathematical modeling of the impact of recirculation on exchange kinetics in tandem extracorporeal membrane oxygenation and therapeutic plasma exchange.

Journal of Clinical Apheresis 36(1): 6-11, 2021

Lee W, Kim Y, Peskin CS, Lim S:

A novel computational approach to simulate microswimmers propelled by bacterial flagella.

Physics of Fluids 33 Article Number: 111903, 2021

Sanaei P, Sun G, Li H, Peskin CS, and Ristroph L:

Flight stability of wedges.

Journal of Fluids and Structures 101 Article Number: 103218, 2021

Xu SG and Peskin CS:

The impact of universal recycling on the evolution of economic diversity.

PLOS ONE 17(1): e0262184, 2022

Ahmad Z, Jin LH, Penny DJ, Rusin C, Peskin CS, Puelz C:

Optimal fenestration of the Fontan circulation.

Frontiers in Physiology -- Computational Physiology and Medicine 13, Article Number 867995, 2022

(Previously arXiv:2202.01104)

Maxian O, Sprinle B, Peskin CS, and Donev A:

The hydrodynamics of a twisting, bending, inextensible fiber in Stokes flow.

Physical Review Fluids 7, Article Number 074101, 2022

(Previously arXiv:2201.04187)

Hua M and Peskin CS:

An analysis of the numerical stability of the immersed boundary method.

Journal of Computational Physics 467, Article Number 111435, 2022

(Previously arXiv:2111.15065)

Han SW, Puelz C, Rusin CG, Penny DJ, Coleman R, and Peskin CS:

Computer simulation of surgical interventions for the treatment of refractory pulmonary hypertension.

Mathematical Medicine and Biology 40(1):1-23, 2023

(Previously arXiv:2101.12191)

Chen Z and Peskin CS:

A Fourier spectral immersed boundary method with exact translation invariance, improved boundary resolution, and a divergence-free velocity field.

arXiv:2302.08694, 2023

(Submitted to Journal of Computational Physics)

Li G, McLaughlin DW, and Peskin CS:

A biochemical description of postsynaptic plasticity – with timescales ranging from milliseconds to seconds.

bioRxiv preprint doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.07.09.548255, 2023

(Submitted to PNAS)

Davey M, Puelz C, Rossi S, Smith MA, Wells DR, Sturgeon G, Segars WP, Vavalle JP, Peskin CS, and Griffith BE:

Simulating cardiac fluid dynamics in the human heart

arXiv:2307.02680, 2023