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Seminars and conferences

The Matrix in Focus: IEMR at the American Society for Matrix Biology Biennial meeting 2021

In september, researchers from two of our groups represented IEMF at the American Society for Matrix Biology (ASMB)’s biennial meeting in St. Louis.

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70 year anniversary – IEMR

70 year anniversary – IEMR

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Seminars and conferences

Finally, we meet: The 19th Annual Oslo Symposium on Heart Research

The 19th Annual Oslo Symposium on Heart Research hosted by NORHEART and ProCardio was held September 23rd and 24th at the Soria Moria Conference Center.

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Publications

How does protection against oxidative stress prevent arrhythmias?

The oxidation-resistant CaMKII-MM281/282VV mutation does not prevent arrhythmias in CPVT1

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Seminars and conferences

IEMR – Project meeting,
Dr. Susan Howlett

15. October 2021 at 13:00 presentation by Dr. Susan Howlett:

“Cardiac aging: why sex and frailty matter”

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General

Our Fellow scientist in Manchester

Andreas Romaine, postdoctoral researcher at IEMR, is interested in understanding the underlying causes of heart failure. He is currently in Manchester, as part of the Scientia Fellows programme.

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Seminars and conferences

IEMR – Project meeting

Friday, 22.10.21

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Publications

Two sides of a coin: New perspective on antiarrhythmic treatment

CaMKII inhibition has dual effects on spontaneous Ca2+ release and Ca2+ alternans in ventricular cardiomyocytes from mice with a gain-of-function RyR2 mutation

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Pop sci from IEMR: Why doesn’t the heart stop?

IEMR wants  to contribute to the education of the general public about cardiac physiology and heart disease. Group leader Mathis Korseberg Stokke has written an article about cardiac electrophysiology aimed at the general public that explains why the heart doesn’t stop.

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People at IEMR: Michael Frisk

At IEMR we believe that a mix of passionate clinicians and basic scientists produces excellence in research. The institute employs people from all around the world with backgrounds spanning from mathematics and physics, to molecular biology and medicine. But what drives the people working at IEMR? Let’s get to know one of them:

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