Changes In Global Electrical Heterogeneity Associated With Dofetilide, Quinidine, Ranolazine, And Verapamil
September 20, 2019
Our collaborative paper with Dr. Jonathan Waks' team is now in press in Heart Rhythm! AADs change GEH measurements. These changes, which differ by gender, are likely driven by alterations in ion-channel function and dispersion of depolarization or repolarization. GEH measurement may allow early assessment of favorable or adverse AAD effects.
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Larisa Tereshchenko is awarded American Heart Association Grant-In-Aid for the project "Global electrical heterogeneity and clinical outcomes", the mu...
American Heart Association Grant-In-Aid
July 1, 2017
Larisa Tereshchenko and her team received prestigious NIH R56 award to continue study of sudden cardiac death. We will continue study of global electr...
Larisa Tereshchenko and her team received NIH R56 award to continue study of sudden cardiac death