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Carmeliet-Coraboeuf-Weidman Lecture

Presented during the annual meeting of the ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology

During its annual meeting, the ESC Working Group on Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology (EWGCCE) presents the Carmeliet-Coraboeuf-Weidman (CCW) session (created in 2012), paying tribute to many illustrious researchers in the field of cardiac cellular electrophysiology.

You can retrieve some of these presentations on ESC 365

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CCW awardee 2023 D Dobrev + WG CCE Chair J Heijman.png  2023 - Dobromir Dobrev

Cellular and Molecular Electrophysiology of Atrial Fibrillation







CCW winner 2022.jpg  2022 - Elisabetta Cerbai

Cellular and Molecular Electrophysiology of Atrial Fibrillation


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2021 - Antonio Zaza

Repolarisation and electrical instability


2019_EHRA_WGCCE CCW Lecture_Fischmeister.jpg2019 - Rodolphe Fischmeister

1969-2019: 50 years since the first discovery of cardiac calcium current activation by adrenaline



Prof. Sipido_93573_72dpi.jpg2018 - Karin Sipido

Anti-arrhythmic targets in ischemic cardiomyopathy


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2017- CCW Lecture - Prof. Dario DiFrancesco

Funny current and cardiac rhythm




2016 CCW lecture - Prof. Denis Noble

The golden trio of cardiac electrophysiology, Coraboeuf, Carmeliet & Weidmann, chasing thresholds and conductance changes in the early days of micro electrode recording




2015 CCW lecture - Prof. Barbara Casadei

Atrial fibrillation: a dystrophinopathy of the heart



Andras-Varro.png2014 CCW lecture - Prof. Andras Varro

From antiarrhythmic to proarrhythmic drug effects


David-Eisner.png2013 CCW lecture - Prof. David Eisner

Calcium signalling in the heart: From basic mechanisms to arrhythmia



Ursula Ravens.jpg2012 CCW lecture - Prof Ursula Raven

The cardiac action potential - a never ending story of ions, channels, drugs and disease