The Open University, Milton Keynes (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
After working for MSD, Daniel completed a PhD entitled 'Enhanced Prediction and Prevention of Torsades de Pointes' at Maastricht University under the guidance of Prof. Paul Volders and Prof Harry Crijns as part of a collaboration with Astrazeneca. After carrying out post-doctoral work at K.U. Leuven (Prof. Karin Sipido) and at the Universities of Maastricht (Prof. Gelsomino) and Birmingham (Dr Davor Pavlovic; Prof. Paulus Kirchhof), Dan joined the Open University as a Lecturer in January 2020. Dan is currently building his own research line investigating ionic mechanisms of arrhythmogenesis using both electrophysiological and imaging techniques. Dan is especially interested in ionic remodelling and adrenergic stimulation and potential therapeutic interventions relating to this. To data, Dan has published more than 40 peer reviewed articles.