Jose Di Diego, MD, research associate professor at the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, will give the one-hour seminar “A whole-heart model of Brugada syndrome strongly favors repolarization hypothesis, readily predicts successful treatment with blockers of transient outward current.”
Brugada syndrome is an inherited disease that affects the heart’s electrical activity, often with little or no warning, and can take the lives of infants, children and young adults. Dr. Di Diego will discuss a treatment option.
The seminar will be held on Thursday, January 9th from 2 – 3 pm in Lankenau’s McLean Conference Room. All clinicians and researchers are welcome to attend.