Konstantinos N. Aronis
Clinical & Research Post-doctoral Fellow
Konstantinos is an Adult Cardiovascular Disease Fellow at Johns Hopkins University. He joined the Computational Cardiology Lab in 2017 as part of his NIH T32 supported research fellowship in computational electrophysiology. Konstantinos graduated from University of Patras medical school in Greece (2008). Subsequently he completed a 2.5 year transnational research fellowship in Harvard Medical School (2012) and internal medicine clinical training at Boston University Medical Center (2015). His clinical interests are arrhythmias and cardiac electrophysiology. His research interests is in complexity theory and computational modeling of cardiac arrhythmias. Specifically his current focus is on optimizing multi-scale cardiac models of ventricular arrhythmias using patient-specific electrical restitution properties. His plans are to use electrically personalized models to prognosticate and plan ablation procedures of patients with ventricular tachycardia.
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