Faculty and students attend BMES 50th Annual Conference

  • The BME Department was well represented at the BMES (Biomedical Engineering Society) 50th Annual Conference, held October 17-20 in Atlanta, GA.  The department and the SEAS Office of Graduate Admissions and Student Services also hosted a booth to share information about BME graduate programs and research with prospective students.
  • Congratulations to all who presented from our lab:
    • Kedar Aras, “Electrophysiological Profile of Human Right Ventricular Outflow Tract”
    • Jaclyn Brennan, “Development of a Novel Algorithm for Identifying the Leading Pacemaker in Isolated Atrial Preparations from Optical Mapping Studies”
    • Anastasia Carr, “Human Organotypic Cardiac Slices: A Platform Studying Long QT Phenotype”
    • Brianna Cathey, “Open Source Multiparametric Optocardiography”
    • Anna Gams, “Sex Differences in Healthy Human Heart Revealed by Cap Analysis Gene Expression (CAGE)”
    • Aileen Venegas, “Evidence for atrial fibrillation and atrial fibrosis in mouse model of pancreatic cancer”
    • Rose Yin, “Multiparametric slice culture platform for the investigation of human cardiac tissue physiology”