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Editorial - October 2021

ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology

ESC Working Groups

Dear Members,

We are approaching the last months of 2021, and we hope to restart activities in person very soon. We are preparing our annual 2022 meeting in Toledo, Spain. Stay tuned for more information.

You have received emails regarding your membership subcription: indeed, in compliance with the EU directives and subsequent ESC rules, Working Groups membership is becoming annual and the first expiry date is set for 31 December 2021. You can already opt for the automatic renewal of your membership, which remains free of charge. It’s easy to do – just sign into your My ESC account, go to My Membership and select ‘Manage’.

We also want to bring to your attention the fact that Prof Yoram Rudy has been busy during the “Corona Days”, preparing a monograph entitled: “Cardiac Electrophysiology – a Modeling and Imaging Approach”. It is mainly based on the work done in his laboratory, and it uses mathematical modeling and electrocardiographic imaging (ECGI) to describe the cardiac electrophysiology substrate at multiple scales, from the molecular to the whole-heart of patients. It is intended to be a companion text for research, training and teaching, and will constitute a very useful resource for our members. The monograph has been recently made available online, and you can find it here.

Please also remember to check our publication page, where you can find recommended reading selected from the most recent publications in our field.

On behalf of the Working Group nucleus,

Ana M Gómez, Chairperson 2020-2022

Elisa Passini, Communication Coordinator 2020-2022

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