FLOWLab is pleased to announce the release of a new preprint titled "The Relation Between Viscous Energy Dissipation And Pulsation For Aortic Hemodynamics Driven By A Left Ventricular Assist Device". This is the second manuscript in a series of manuscripts originating from a study on stroke risk assessment in heart failure patients on an LVAD support in collaboration with Dr. Jay Pal from University of Washington Seattle. The research was led by FLOWLab MS student Akshita Sahni, and ably supported by talented undergraduate student Kelly Cao. We are grateful for generous funding from the University of Colorado Anschutz-Boulder Nexus Research Collaboration Grant. The preprint can be accessed on medRxiv at this link. We look forward to comments, questions, and feedback from the broader scientific community.