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Natalia Trayanova

Natalia Trayanova

Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Center for Cardiovascular Bioinformatics and Modeling

3400 N. Charles Street
Hackerman Hall, Room 216
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: (410) 516-4375
Fax: (410) 516-5294
E-mail: ntrayanova | at | jhu.edu
Website: http://www.jhu.edu/trayanova/

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Research Interests:

The mission of Dr. Trayanova's Computational Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory is to conduct research, by developing cutting-edge computational tools and simulation-experiment approaches, to advance the understanding of the fundamental mechanisms that underly rhythm disorders in the heart and to uncover better strategies for prevention and treatment of these disorders.

Publications:

Trayanova N. A. (2014). "Virtual 3D heart models to aid pacemaker implantation in children." Future Cardiol, 10(1): 5-8.

Zhou L., S. Solhjoo, B. Millare, G. Plank, M. R. Abraham, S. Cortassa, N. Trayanova and B. O'Rourke (2014). "Effects of regional mitochondrial depolarization on electrical propagation: implications for arrhythmogenesis." Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol, 7(1): 143-51.

Boyle P. M., C. J. Park, H. J. Arevalo, E. J. Vigmond and N. A. Trayanova (2014). "Sodium current reduction unmasks a structure-dependent substrate for arrhythmogenesis in the normal ventricles." PLoS One, 9(1): e86947.

Yuxuan H., V. Gurev, J. Constantino and N. Trayanova (2014). "Optimizing CRT to Minimize ATP Consumption Heterogeneity Throughout the Left Ventricle: A Simulation Analysis Using a Canine Heart Failure Model." Heart Rhythm.

Boyle P. M., E. Entcheva and N. A. Trayanova (2014). "See the light: can optogenetics restore healthy heartbeats? And, if it can, is it really worth the effort?." Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther, 12(1): 17-20.

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