David Rosenbaum is the Director of the Heart and Vascular Research Center at the Rammelkamp Center for Education and Research.
His research Interest is in mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias. Areas of special interest include; application of novel imaging technologies (e.g. voltage-sensitive dyes) to investigations of electrical heterogeneities in the heart, cardiac repolarization, electrophysiological characterization of genetically engineered mice, electrophysiology of failing and remodeled myocardium, computer modeling of electrical properties in the heart, mechanisms of electrical alternans and arrhythmogenesis, and prediction and prevention of sudden cardiac death.
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