Program in Details  

Live-streaming program <Time Zone: Japan Standard Time>

As of July 5
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Free Communication <Live Presentation>

O1 Advance in CFD, biotissue and food science
Date and Time: 15:00-16:30, July 6

As of June 16

Presentation No. Abstract No. Name Title
O1-1 C000082 Emiko Sato Effects of Mixed Starches from Different Origins on the Rheological Properties of Starch gels and Gomatofu
O1-2 C000094 Hiroshi Yamada Comparisons of indices of low-stress stiffness and contents of elastin and collagen for human arteries with fibrous caps and aortic dissection
O1-3 C000095 Megumi Ito Comparison of the passive mechanical property and structure of ventricles in aquatic, semiaquatic, and terrestrial Anura
O1-4 C000139 Hyeong Jun Lee Estimating CFD-based CT FFR using Lattice Boltzmann Method on 3D geometry automatically extracted from coronary CTA

Free Communication <Video Presentation, On-demand Program>

O2 Hemorheology in health and diseases - 1

Presentation No. Abstract No. Name Title
O2-1 C000012 Haruchi Namba Effects of L-arginine on blood fluidity impaired after high-intensity exercise: an in vitro evaluation
O2-2 C000063 Bence Tanczos Hematological and hemorheological changes in a model of atherosclerotic disease in rabbits
O2-3 C000070 Barbara Barath Examination of the hemorheological changes in a rat model of polycystic ovary syndrome
O2-4 C000112 Tieying Yin Hemodynamic characteristics of fully polymer bioresorbable scaffolds of rats in different ages
O2-5 C000111 Tieying Yin The hazard of PLGA nanoparticles on intima hyperplasia of vascular restenosis in ApoE-/- mice.

Free Communication <Video Presentation, On-demand Program>

O3 Hemorheology in health and diseases - 2

Presentation No. Abstract No. Name Title
O3-1 C000104 Jean-Frederic Brun Is leptin an significant regulator of erythrocyte rheology?
O3-2 C000105 Jean-Frederic Brun Which sub-compartments of fat mass and fat-free mass are related to blood viscosity factors?
O3-3 C000143 Ewa Szczesny-Malysiak A link between storage-related sequence of nanoscale changes in RBC membranes and their biochemical and morphological properties
O3-4 C000040 Makoto Higuchi Investigation of effect of measurement time for transmitted light through blood on relationship between erythrocytes’ sedimentation velocity and aggregation parameters

Free Communication <Video Presentation, On-demand Program>

O4 Red cell deformability in human and mamalians

Presentation No. Abstract No. Name Title
O4-1 C000043 Mehrnaz Babaki 3-D analysis of the deformation of RBCs in a doublet while tuning the interaction
O4-2 C000081 Adam Varga Osmotic gradient ektacytometric parameters in human and seven mammalian species
O4-3 C000072 Barbara Barath Effect of heat stress on macro- and micro-rheological parameters in an experimental model
O4-4 C000071 Adam Attila Matrai In vitro effects of heat-treatment on red blood cell micro-rheology in human and various vertebrate species
O4-5 C000091 Evrim Goksel Activation of Protein kinase A cascade increases deformability of sickle red blood cells

ePoster <On-demand Program>


Presentation No. Abstract No. Name Title
P-1 C000002 Toru Maruyama Impaired Deformability and Association with Density Distribution of Erythrocytes in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus under Treatment
P-2 C000007 Toru Maruyama Prognostic Significance of Red Cell Distribution Width in Hospitalized Old Patients with Bacterial Infection
P-3 C000015 Aneta Teleglow Results of blood research relating to: rheology, morphology and biochemistry of blood - man living 50 days in extremely low temperatures
P-4 C000021 Noriko Iida Activation of K ATP channels is involved additively in NO-induced vasodilation
P-5 C000023 Yan Nie Stiffening of the human keratinocytes in response to the cyclic temperature changes
P-6 C000042 Arisa Yokokoji Extensional Rheology of Semidilute Entangled Solutions of Polyelectrolytes in a Cross-Slot Microchannel
P-7 C000060 Merav Belenkovich Entrapment Dynamics of Micro-particles in a Pulmonary Capillary Network (PCN) Microfluidic Device
P-8 C000066 Takeshi Matsumoto Time-series snapshots of the entire circumferential wall of arteries under pulsatile pressure condition captured by grating-based phase-contrast CT
P-9 C000083 Irina Alexandrovna Tikhomirova Hemorheology and blood coagulation in COVID-19 patients
P-10 C000109 Kylie Foster Extended Fibrinolysis Times In Vitro of Clots Containing Erythrocyte Microparticles Formed by Supraphysiologic Shear Stress
P-11 C000114 Leqian Zhao Mechanical Analysis of VCAM-1/VLA-4 Interaction and Elasticity of Jurkat Cells Revealed by Atomic Force Microscopy
P-12 C000118 Guixue Wang Oxidative Stress-Mediated Extracellular Vesicles Uptake by Endothelial Cells under Low and Oscillatory Shear Stress
P-13 C000119 Guixue Wang shear-stress-responsive genes in endothelial cells based on the zebrafish sequencing data
P-14 C000128 Magdalena Peter Change in oxygen transport by erythocytes treated with TiO2 nanoparticles and functionalized carbon nanotubes

Session Descriptions

Plenary Lectures

 Plenary lectures are proposed by three societies (ESCHM, ISCH and ISB) and conducted by invited speakers who are authority in the field of clinical hemorheology, biorheology and microcirculation. These lectures are held without any parallel sessions and include a broad range of content i.e., basic concept and recent progress on the related science and technology. All attendees can enjoy plenary lectures. Discussion including Q/A depends on the chairperson’s decision. These lectures are distributed in live streaming or in video presentation.

Rising Star Award Sessions

 Rising Star Awards are presented to outstanding mid-career investigators who are making major and independent contributions to an advance in the field of clinical hemorheology, biorheology and microcirculation. This is a first trial in this joint meeting to activate this online meeting and to encourage mid-career scientists. Awardees are to attend the joint meeting and to present their major work in this session. Final qualification is going to be announced on the joint meeting website. These sessions are multiple and distributed in live streaming manner.

Keynote Lectures

 Keynote lectures are given by leaders on the specific topics relating to clinical hemorheology, biorheology and microcirculation. Keynote speakers usually introduce the background and future perspective of their expertise and raise the interest of audience in the related fields. Keynote lectures are held sometimes prior to the relating symposium and distributed in live streaming manner to enable live discussion.


 Symposia are the main part of this joint meeting and cover a wide range of topics in clinical hemorheology, biorheology and microcirculation. Organizers usually propose to hold a symposium by organizing several symposiasts, and scientific committee accepts these symposia based on scientific criteria including impacts and novelty. Final discussion depends on organizers. Symposia are distributed in live streaming but sometimes in video due to global time zone.

Free Communications

 This session is composed of free presentations submitted freely and categorized according to the topics of this meeting. These includes both live presentation and video demonstration of prerecorded power point slide show series associated with speakers’ narration and camera. These depend on the time zone and speakers’ schedule. In the latter case, audience can post question and speakers can post answer in the chat box, and hence Q/A is possible.


 This session displays video series of electronically prepared one slide digital poster associated with speakers’ narration and camera. Audience can post question and speakers can post answer in the chat box, and hence poster networking is possible. This session is distributed in an on-demand fashion during the joint meeting period and further until the end of November 2021.

Note: All sessions of this joint meeting are distributed as on-demand archives until the end of November 2021.

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