Johns Hopkins Pediatric Heart News Article Features Research by Dr. Natalia Trayanova


Natalia Trayanova, left, and Jane Crosson say the model “is like having a virtual electrophysiology lab where we can predict best outcomes before we even touch the patient.Dr. Natalia Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering and member of the Institute for Computational Medicine was featured in a recent news release in Johns Hopkins Pediatric Heart News. The article, entitled “‘A Better Way to Guide Defibrillator Placement in Children” describes the Trayanova lab’s groundbreaking research in pediatric cardiology. The lab seeks to remove the guesswork from the process of placing defibrillators on children born with heart defects through the use of 3-D virtual heart models.

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