Alexey Kamenskiy, PhD
Dr. Alexey Kamenskiy
Dr. Kamenskiy’s research focuses on understanding human artery function and pathophysiology with the goal of developing more efficient and practical solutions to vascular problems. His team uses ex vivo human artery characterization methods and perfused cadaver models, computational modeling, and in vivo preclinical large animal models and human data to design and evaluate new vascular and endovascular repair materials and devices.
Cardiovascular biomechanics, mechanobiology, and mechanophysiology
Experimental and computational vascular mechanobiology and mechanophysiology, vascular pathology and aging, devices and materials for open and endovascular repairs
Ph D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, USA, Engineering Mechanics, 2009
MS, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia, Mechanics and Applied Mathematics, 2004
Jadidi, M, Razian, S, Anttila, E, Doan, T, Adamson, J, Pipinos, M, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2021. Comparison of morphometric, structural, mechanical, and physiologic characteristics of human superficial femoral and popliteal arteries., Acta biomaterialia, 121, 431-443.
Jadidi, M, Habibnezhad, M, Anttila, E, Maleckis, Kaspars, Desyatova, Anastasia, MacTaggart, J, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2020. Mechanical and structural changes in human thoracic aortas with age., Acta biomaterialia, 103, 172-188.
Kamenskiy, Alexey, Aylward, P, Desyatova, Anastasia, DeVries, M, Wichman, C, MacTaggart, J. 2020. Endovascular Repair of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Trauma is Associated With Increased Left Ventricular Mass, Hypertension, and Off-target Aortic Remodeling., Annals of surgery.
Anttila, E, Balzani, D, Desyatova, Anastasia, Deegan, P, MacTaggart, J, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2019. Mechanical damage characterization in human femoropopliteal arteries of different ages., Acta biomaterialia, 90, 225-240.
MacTaggart, J, Poulson, W, Seas, A, Deegan, P, Lomneth, C, Desyatova, Anastasia, Maleckis, Kaspars, Kamenskiy, Alexey. 2019. Stent Design Affects Femoropopliteal Artery Deformation., Annals of surgery, 270, 1, 180-187.