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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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General

People at IEMR: Who they are, what they do and why they do it

At IEMR we believe that a mix of passionate clinicians and basic scientists produces excellence in research.

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IEMR – Project meeting

20th of August

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General

A focus on the really small stuff

Q&A with Professor Bill Louch, Head of the Core Facility for Advanced Light Microscopy.

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Courses and workshops

IEMR-based online ECG course for students recieves UiO-funding

Researchers at IEMR make significant contributions to teaching at the Medical Faculty at UiO and elsewere.

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Publications

Sacubitril/valsartan prevents myocardial remodeling during pressure overload

Sacubitril/valsartan ameliorates cardiac hypertrophy and preserves diastolic function in cardiac pressure overload

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Funding

Extended funding for K.G. Jebsen Centre for Cardiac Research

The extended funding is an acknowledgement of the Centre’s success, and will allow excellent research for another period.

 

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Publications

A clearer view of the right ventricle

Analysis of right ventricular mass from magnetic resonance imaging data: a simple post-processing algorithm for correction of partial-volume effects

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Publications

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: Not only a disease of the left ventricle

Right ventricular involvement in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: evidence and implications from current literature

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