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Using powerful magnets to understand overloaded hearts
The Institute for Experimental Medical Research (IEMR) at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital are developing a new imaging method to discover the secrets of the diseased heart.
PhD Defence: Kine Andenæs
IEMR – Project meeting,
Karl Trygve Kalleberg
22. April 2022
Pop-sci from IEMR: Enough Covid. We need to talk about heart failure.
For two years, the world has focused on one disease. It’s the time to remind ourselves of other diseases that will stay with us even after the pandemic. Professor at IEMR,
Mathis Korseberg Stokke, suggests we start with heart failure. Read more
FACS – new method and equipment
The heart contains more than 20 different cell types and sub-populations. Separating different cell types from each other allows more precise analysis of the cells.
A steady-handed robot for faster and more precise genotyping
A new method for genotyping is now being implemented at the Laboratory and Technical sections at IEMR. It is faster, more reliable and reduces cost. Read more
Cardiac masses and function after expedition to extreme altitude
Extreme altitude induces divergent mass reduction of right and left ventricle in mountain climbers Read more
New imaging technology can shoot close-ups of myocardial function
One step closer to myocardial physiology: From PV loop analysis to state-of-the-art myocardial imaging
Riding the Tube: Cardiac Transverse Tubules in Physiology and Heart Failure
Cardiac Transverse Tubules in Physiology and Heart Failure
Institute for Experimental Medical Research
Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål
PB 4956 Nydalen