Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Khanal P, Vankipuram A, Ashby A, Vankipuram M, Gupta A, Drumm-Gurnee D, Josey K, Tinker L, Smith ML, “Collaborative Virtual Reality Based Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training Simulator using Virtual Reality Principles”, J Biomedical Informatics, (2014).
  • Vankipuram A, Khanal P, Ashby A, Vankipuram M, Gupta A, Drumm-Gurnee D, Josey K, Smith ML, “Design and Development of a Virtual Reality Simulator for Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training”, accepted to IEEE J Biomedical and Health Informatics, (2013). [Abstract]
  • McMahon S, Vankipuram M, Hekler E, Fleury J, “Design and Evaluation of Theory-Informed Technology to Augment a Wellness Motivation Intervention”, J Translational Behavioral Medicine, (2013). [Abstract]
  • McMahon S, Vankipuram M, Fleury J, “Mobile Computer Application for Promoting Physical Activity: A Case Study”, submitted to J Gerontological Nursing, (2013); 39(4): 15-20. [Download PDF]
  • Vankipuram M, Kahol K, Cohen T, Patel VL, “Toward Automated Workflow Analysis and Visualization in Clinical Environments”, J Biomedical Informatics, (2011); 44(3): 432-40. [Download PDF]
  • Kahol K, Vankipuram M, Patel VL, Smith ML, “Deviations from Protocol in a Complex Trauma Environment: Errors or Innovations?”, J Biomedical Informatics, (2011); 44(3): 425-31. [Download PDF]
  • Hamilton J, Kahol K, Vankipuram M, Ashby A, Notrica D, Ferrara J, “Toward Effective Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgical Simulation”, J Pediatric Surgery, (2011); 46(1): 138-44. [Download PDF]
  • Vankipuram M, Kahol K, McLaren A, Panchanathan S, “A Virtual Reality Simulator for Orthopedic Basic Skills: A Design and Validation Study”, J Biomedical Informatics, (2010); 43(5): 661–8. [Download PDF]
  • Kahol K, Vankipuram M, Smith ML, “Cognitive Simulators for Medical Education and Training”, J Biomedical Informatics, (2009); 42(4): 593–604. [Download PDF]

Book Chapters

  • Vankipuram M, Kannampallil T, Li Z, Kahol K, “Automated Workflow Analysis and Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Technology”, Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors (Eds. Patel VL, Kaufman DR, Cohen T), Springer, N.Y. [Link to Source]
  • Vankipuram M, Ghaemmaghami V, Patel VL, “Adaptive Deviations from Protocol in Trauma Decision Making”, Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors (Eds. Patel VL, Kaufman DR, Cohen T), Springer, N.Y. [Link to Source]

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  • Vankipuram M, Ghaemmaghami V, Patel VL, “Adaptive Behaviors of Experts in Following Standard Protocol in Trauma Management: Implications for Developing Flexible Guidelines”, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium Proceedings, (2012); 2012:1412-21. [Download PDF] [Presentation]
  • Vankipuram M, McMahon S, Fleury J, “ReadySteady: App for Accelerometer-based Activity Monitoring and Wellness-Motivation Feedback System for Older Adults”, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium Proceedings, (2012); 2012:931–9. [Download PDF] [Presentation]
  • McMahon S, Vankipuram M, Fleury J, “Integrating Technology into a Wellness Motivation Intervention: Theory based Design”, Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) Annual Research Conference Proceedings, (2012). [Abstract]
  • Vankipuram M, Kahol K, Cohen T, Patel V, “Visualization and Analysis of Activities in Critical Care Environments”, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium Proceedings, (2009); 2009:662–6. [Download PDF]
  • Vankipuram M, Kahol K, Ashby A, Hamilton J, Ferrara J, Smith M, “Virtual Reality Based Training to Resolve Visio-motor Conflicts in Surgical Environments”, Haptic, Audio, Visual Environments and Games (HAVE) Conference Proceedings, (2008); 2008:7–12. [Download PDF]
  • Kahol K, Vankipuram M, “Hand Motion Expertise Analysis Using Dynamic Hierarchical Activity Modeling and Isomap”, International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) Conference Proceedings, (2008); 2008:1–4. [Download PDF]

Dissertation

Vankipuram M, “Understanding Adaptive Behaviors in Complex Clinical Environments”, Arizona State University, (2012); Submitted for completion of Ph. D. Biomedical Informatics. [Download PDF] [Presentation]
 

Thesis

Vankipuram M, “Haptic Rendering of Volumetric Data through Perceptual Parameterization”, Arizona State University, (2008); Submitted for completion of M.S. Computer Science degree. [Download PDF]
 

Posters

  • Vankipuram A, Vankipuram M, Ghaemmaghami V, Patel VL, “Design and Development of a Mobile Decision Support Tool for Critical Care”, presented at Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Sedona (AZ), (2013).
  • Vankipuram M, “Understanding Adaptive Behaviors in Complex Clinical Environments”, presented at the Annual Biomedical Informatics Spring Symposium, Arizona State University, Scottsdale (AZ), (2012).
  • Vankipuram M, “Modeling Innovations in Critical Care Environments”, presented at the Annual BMI Spring Symposium, Arizona State University, Phoenix (AZ), (2011) [Awarded 2nd Place for Best Student Poster].
  • Kahol K, Vankipuram M, Patel VL, Smith ML, “Deviations from Protocol in a Complex Trauma Environment: Errors or Innovations?”, presented at Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Houston (TX), (2010).
  • Vankipuram M, “Real Event Driven Simulations for Competency Skills Training”, presented at Annual BMI Spring Symposium, Arizona State University, Phoenix (AZ), (2010) [Awarded Best Student Poster].
  • Vankipuram M, Kahol K, Cohen T, Patel VL, “Visualization and Analysis of Medical Errors in Immersive Virtual Environments”, presented at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, Long Beach (CA), (2009) [Awarded Best Poster].
  • Tripathi P, Gray R, Vankipuram M, Panchanathan S, “Humans Increasingly Rely More on Haptics in 3D Shape Perception with Higher Degrees of Visual-Haptic Conflict”, presented at the 9th International Multisensory Research Forum, Hamburg (Germany), (2008).
  • Vankipuram M, McLaren A, Kauvar L, Panchanathan S, Kahol K, “Haptic Virtual Reality Simulator to Promote and Measure Haptic Differentiation Skill”, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association, Boston (MA), (2007).

Invited Panel Presentations

  • Ghaemmaghami V, Vankipuram M, Patel B, Cohen T, Patel VL, “Characterizing the Nature of Errors in Critical Care”, Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Sedona (AZ), (2013).
  • Vankipuram M, Kaufman DR, Franklin A, Buchman T, “Methodological Challenges: Insights into Complexity in Critical Care”, Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Sedona (AZ), (2013).

Talks

  • Vankipuram M, “Adherence to Standards in Complex Environments”, Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), New York (NY), (2012).
  • Vankipuram M, “Introduction to Haptics in Gaming and Simulation”, Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) Applied Research Class; (Instructor: Mina Johnson); Tempe (AZ), (2012).
  • Vankipuram M, “Computer Science Applications in Healthcare”, CompuGirls, Arizona State University, Tempe (AZ), (2011).
  • Vankipuram M, “Errors and Innovations”, Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Houston (TX), (2010).
  • Vankipuram M, “Error in Critical Care”, presented at the Medical Simulation and Robotics Doctoral Consortium, Chicago (IL), (2010).
  • Vankipuram M, “Modeling Interactions in Clinical Environments”, Cognitive Complexity and Error in Critical Care (JSMF Annual Symposium), Phoenix (AZ), (2008).
  • Vankipuram M, “Haptic Rendering of Volumetric Data through Perceptual Parameterization”, Biomedical Informatics Student Colloquium, Arizona State University, Phoenix (AZ), (2008).