PhD course: Cardiac arrhythmia
The course gives an introduction to the molecular mechanisms behind cardiac arrhythmia and covers recent findings in the field.
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Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Lecture Hall
The course gives an introduction to the molecular mechanisms behind cardiac arrhythmia and covers recent findings in the field. Leading international scientists will present and discuss molecular and clinical bases of arrhythmogenesis and the regulation of molecular players.
The topics span from biophysics, omics and pharmacology to clinical studies. In addition to being exposed to the hot topics in the field, participants will engage in workshops focusing on entrepreneurship, publishing, digital health and big data in cardiology. Furthermore, the course will include a poster session where PhD students are expected to present their own research.
One of the unique features is that the speakers are present during the entire program. The speakers actively reach out to the students, hence PhD students can engage with them not only during the lectures and poster session, but also at “round table sessions” during coffee and lunch breaks.
Keywords/topics covered in the course:
- Atrial myopathies – atrial fibrillation
- Cardio-oncology and arrhythmias
- Studying arrhythmias – technologies and data analyses
- It’s complicated- complexity of arrhythmias
Who can attend:
PhD students or other scientists with basic background and interest in cardiology and molecular disease mechanisms.
Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Lecture Hall (Tuborg Havnevej 19, Copenhagen) and Mærsk Tower, Panum Institute (Blegdamsvej 3, Copenhagen).
Reimbursement of transport and accommodation:
If you wish to attend a PhD course, you can apply DCAcademy for a course grant to cover travel, accommodation, and course fees - up to DKK 3,000 DKK.