VFF: Visualizing Cardiac Electrophysiology from Cell to Torso

Mar 20

Friday, March 20, 2015

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
LSRC D106

Presenter

Craig Henriquez · Duke BME

When performing simulations of complex systems, visualization of the spatio-temporal patterns is critical to uncovering the mechanisms of interest. In this talk, I will discuss our use of visualization over the years to study cardiac electrophysiology and cardiac tissue structure at multiple scales. I will present examples from both computer models and experiments ranging from conduction along strands of connected myocytes to fibrillating wavefronts on realistic atrial geometries. In each case, I will show how the visualizations have led to new insights and drove the research directions.

Contact

Zoss, Angela
684-8186
angela.zoss@duke.edu

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