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May 4, 2015

Natalia Trayanova discusses “Your Personal Virtual Heart” at GWU

George Washington University’s School of Engineering & Applied Science welcomed Johns Hopkins University professor Dr. Natalia Trayanova on April 23rd to deliver the 2015 Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture.  Dr. Trayanova devoted the lecture to explaining how her research lab’s work in computational modeling of the human heart aims to produce personalized virtual models of patients’ hearts, which surgeons will be able to use to more accurately and effectively target the ablation procedures that are used to treat arrhythmias, or irregular heart rhythms.