The Cardiac Mechanics Research Group is based in the Department of Bioengineering and the Cardiology Division of the Department of Medicine at UCSD. Our research focus is on the mechanics and electrical dynamics of the normal and diseased heart from molecular to organ scales. The principal investigators are Andrew McCulloch and Jeff Omens, and we are funded by the NIH, NSF and other sponsors. Learn more »


► April 2014: Congratulations to CMRG undergraduate researcher Jenny Cheng for receiving the 2014 Calit2-Qualcomm Institute Summer Undergraduate Research Scholarship
► January 2014: CMRG is pleased to announce the renewal by NHLBI of the Cardiac Atlas Project with a new focus on congenital heart disease in collaboration with Auckland University and Rady Children's Hospital
► December 10th 2013: Congratulations to Emily Pfeiffer on successfully defending her PhD thesis!
► July 2nd 2013: Congratulations to CMRG postdoctoral fellow Andy Edwards on being a finalist in the Best Poster competition at the 2013 ISHR Conference!
► June 22nd 2013: Congratulations to CMRG graduate student Emily Pfeiffer on receiving a Best Presentation Award at the 14th UC Systemwide Bioengineering Symposium!
► June 13th 2013: Congratulations to CMRG graduate student Matt Gonzalez on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on atrial fibrillation!
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