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Doctor Omar Yasin

Mayo Clinic, Rochester (United States of America)

I started my career in medicine during high school when I volunteered with emergency medical team in Ramallah, West Bank through the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. I completed my undergraduate education at Case Western Reserve University where I was first exposed to basic science research at the biochemistry department. After graduating with a BA in biochemistry with minor in chemistry, I attended the University of Michigan Medical School where I was involved in basic science research in the genetics department and spent an extra year at the School of Public Health to complete a Master’s of Science degree in clinical research. I completed Internal Medicine residency at Mayo Clinic and started the Clinician Investigator program. I am currently a Cardiology fellow at Mayo Clinic. I am interested in electrophysiology and am involved in several research projects that focus on developing new technologies to optimize the safety and efficacy of catheter ablations and monitoring.

Activation pattern during his pacing: how close are we to normal physiology?

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy (CRT)

Session: Device Therapy ePosters

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Transvenous lead placement in the setting of venous obstruction: outcomes of tunneling technique versus venoplasty

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Device Complications and Lead Extraction

Session: Complications in device implantation

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