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Yalda gives a presentation on Genomics and Sudden Death at the Cardiac Arrhythmias: From Bench to Bedside (EP Curriculum day) 29th May 2015

Cardiac Arrhythmias: From Bench to Bedside (EP Curriculum day) 29th May 2015

As part of the Cardiac Arrhythmias: From Bench to Bedside (EP Curriculum day), taking place at the Royal Society of Medicine on the 29th May, we will be giving a talk on "Genomics and Sudden Death". There are plenty of exciting talks that day and the provisional programme is as follows:

 

0830-0900 Coffee and Registration

0900 Introduction – Elijah Behr

Sudden Death – Old and Young

0905 The Pathology of Sudden Death – Jan Lucas Robertus

0935 Preventing Sudden Death in the Young – Sanjay Sharma

1005 Genomics and Sudden Death –Yalda Jamshidi

1035-1100 Coffee

Genetic Noise: a deafening problem?

1100 Next Generation Sequencing in the Cardiac Clinic – Tessa Homfray

1130 Molecular autopsy: a diagnostic panacea for SADS? – Hari Raju

1200 How can we distinguish pathogenicity in silico? - Patricia Munroe

1230 How can we distinguish pathogenicity in vitro? - Steve Harmer

1300-1400 Lunch

Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy: A new clinical entity?

1400 Can genetics define risk in DCM? - James Ware

1430 Mechanisms of arrhythmogenesis in ARVC and Brugada syndrome – Pier Lambiase

1500 Is Brugada syndrome a cardiomyopathy? – Elijah Behr

1530-1600 Coffee

Paediatric aspects of sudden death

1600 Sudden death in children – Jan Till

1630 Evaluating children in the SADS clinic – Leonie Wong

1700 Close of meeting and final comments - Elijah Behr

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