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Awards and prizes

Young Investigator Award

Karoline Bjarnesdatter Rypdal has been awarded Runner Up in the YIA Poster Competition at the ESC Heart Failure Winter Meeting in Les Diablerets, January 2020.

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Doctoral Thesis

Doctoral Thesis, Marianne Ruud

The 27 of November 2020, Marianne Ruud will defend her thesis.

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Publications

Salmon can grow faster than their hearts can bear

Intensive smolt production is associated with deviating cardiac morphology in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)

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Funding

Research funding from the Norwegian Health Association

Nasjonalforeningen for folkehelsen (the Norwegian Health Association) combats cardiovascular disease by funding research.

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Publications

What Makes a Clinically Valuable Parameter?

Quantifying Left Ventricular Function in Heart Failure: What Makes a Clinically Valuable Parameter?

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Doctoral Thesis

Doctoral Thesis, Sabrina Bech Mathiesen

The 4 of May, 2020, Sabrina Bech Mathiesen defended her thesis “Exploring intracellular connections of syndecan-2 and -4 in the heart” digital for the degree of PhD.

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Doctoral Thesis

Doctoral Thesis 2020

Public defences

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Publications

New publication in Circulation Research

Hypokalemia Promotes Arrhythmia by Distinct Mechanisms in Atrial and Ventricular Myocytes

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General

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We aim to understand processes that lead to cardiac disease due to pathological electrophysiology, especially arrhythmias. Our goal is that this insight will lead to improved diagnostics and therapy for patients with cardiac disease.

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Publications

A new paper reveals mechanisms behind hypokalemia and arrhythmia

Why do hypokalemic individuals have a higher risk of developing atrial fibrillation? In a recent publication researchers at IEMR investigates the proarrhythmic mechanisms of hypokalemia in ventricular and atrial cardiomyocytes.

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