The Laboratory of Unconventional Electrophysiology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is seeking a core team member to develop an innovative technology to disrupt the current standard of practice in cardiac electrophysiology in an interdisciplinary and translational research environment. The focus of the program is to conduct theoretical and practical development of a therapeutic technology in the heart as a network of dynamical systems. Successful candidates are expected to work independently and collaboratively with physicians and physician-scientists. The tools of our research include computational modeling, pre-clinical large animal experiments and clinical studies in human patients. A background in computational modeling of excitable systems such as the heart and the brain is ideal but not mandatory. Candidates should email their Curriculum Vitae with the contact details of 3 references, as well as transcripts of undergraduate and graduate academic courses to: Hiroshi Ashikaga, MD, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Lab||Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore|
|Link||Laboratory Website: http://www.hiroshiashikaga.org/|
|Keywords||spiral reentry; excitable media; synchronization;|
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