Elisa Passini is presenting at the Multiscale modelling in electrophysiology: from atoms to organs workshop in Lugano, March 26- March 28.
This workshop brings together chemists, physicists, engineers and biologists working in different aspects of ion channels with the aim of establishing links and foster collaboration between basic science researchers and those in bioengineering and medicine. Progress in this area will be realized with the availability of suitable computational techniques, and new developments will be covered.
She is presenting the research on “Human multiscale computer models of cardiac electrophysiology for drug safety and efficacy assessment”.
Distinct ECG phenotypes identified in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy using machine learning associate with arrhythmic risk markers.
A. Lyon, R. Ariga, A Minchole, M. Mahmod, E. Ormondroyd, P. Laguna, N. de Freitas, S. Neubauer, H. Watkins, Blanca Rodriguez. Doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.00213. 2018.
In silico evaluation of arrhythmia
X. Zhou, A. Bueno-Orovio, B. Rodriguez. Current Opinion in Physiology. 1: 95–103. Doi: 10.1016/j.cophys.2017.11.003. 2017.
Computational techniques for ECG analysis and interpretation in light of their contribution to medical advances.
A. Lyon, A. Minchole, J.P. Martinez, P. Laguna, B. Rodriguez. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 15: 20170821. Doi: 10.1098/rsif.2017.0821. 2018.