Now Live: Natalia Trayanova’s Amazing Things Podcast


Natalia Trayanova is the first Johns Hopkins University faculty member to give a podcast for the United for Medical Research podcast series, Amazing Things, that features groundbreaking research funded by the National Institute of Health.

In her podcast titled, “Using a Personalized, Virtual Heart to Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death,” Dr. Trayanova, Murray B. Sachs professor of Biomedical Engineering and ICM core faculty member, discusses the application of her virtual heart model to predict fatal arrhythmia risk and its potential to save lives and reduce healthcare spending. Dr. Trayanova, a recipient of the NIH Directors Pioneer Award, points out the importance of NIH funding in the development of her innovative study.

Listen to Natalia Trayanova’s podcast here.

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