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Understand the basics of cardiac cellular electrophysiology, in order to assess and interpret current research and new developments in the field.
Knowledge of and new developments in the field of cardiac cellular electrophysiology has expanded enormously in recent years.
The foundation of this field in Europe owes much to the work of Professor Edward Carmeliet, one of the founding fathers of the ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology (EWGCCE).
As well as carrying out his original electrophysiology research, Professor Carmeliet has developed a keen interest in the history of the field and no one but him can speak with more authority on this subject.
The webinar will therefore make a unique contribution to the subject, in addition to providing an educational overview of the basic principles of cardiac cellular electrophysiology.
Additional Questions Answered by Professor Edward Carmeliet.
Professor Edward Carmeliet, EFESCKU LeuvenLeuven, Belgium
Professor David EisnerManchester Academic Health Science CentreManchester, United Kingdom
This webinar is designed for basic scientists and cardiologists wishing to update their scientific knowledge on the basic principles of cardiac cellular electrophysiology.
During the webinar, you will be encouraged to send your questions by chat and interact with our key opinion leaders who will provide live feedback.
The webinar is available on PC and tablets. The use of a smartphone is not recommended.
To answer the MCQs during the live event, you must allow pop-up windows on your device.
A high-speed Internet connection is required (minimum 2 Mbps).
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