Hopkins Lab Develops Arrhythmia Treatment

In the last few decades, medicine has become increasingly tailored toward a patients’ specific needs; personalized medicine is quickly taking over the old practice of universal treatments for an ailment. The Computational Cardiology Laboratory at Hopkins, headed by Natalia Trayanova, sits right in the niche of this new, vast world of personalized medicine. Read more here in the Johns Hopkins News-Letter.

Taking out the middle man by directly integrating engineering to provide diagnoses and treatments for individual patients.