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Doctor Fernando Campos

King's College London, London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Dr Campos received his Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2012 from the Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria. He is currently a Research Associate at King's College London and his research interests include computational modelling of the electrical activity in the heart with emphasis on the mechanisms for arrhythmias, the role of tissue microstructure, and calcium-mediated triggered activity.

Subthreshold delayed afterdepolarizations mediated by reduced tissue conductivity form a substrate for unidirectional block and reentry within the infarcted heart

Event: EHRA 2022

Topic: Arrhythmias

Session: Moderated ePosters - Basics of arrhythmias

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Virtual induction and treatment of arrhythmias (VITA): a fast automated computational tool to induce scar-related tachycardia and identify ablation targets

Event: EHRA 2022

Topic: Arrhythmias

Session: Moderated ePosters - Basic science and a variety of arrhythmias

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