THI Research Featured on Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Cover
Dr. Mehdi Razavi and collaborators at THI and UCLA published research in the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology that was featured on the cover. The artwork is based on the team’s promising work conducted in the THI and UCLA labs, Leadless multisite pacing: A feasibility study using wireless power transfer based on Langendorff rodent heart models.
Congratulations to Hongming Lyu, Ph.D, Mathews John, M.Eng, David Burkland, M.D., Brian Greet, M.D., Yutao Xi, M.D, Ph.D, Luiz Sampaio, MD, Doris A. Taylor, Ph.D, Aydin Babakhani, Ph.D, Mehdi Razavi, M.D and THI Graphic Design Specialist, James Philpot, who worked with the research team to create the featured illustration chosen for the cover of this issue of the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology.
Lyu, H. , John, M. , Burkland, D. , Greet, B. , Xi, Y. , Sampaio, L. C., Taylor, D. A., Babakhani, A. and Razavi, M. (2018), Cover Image, Volume 29, Issue 11. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol, 29: i-i. doi:10.1111/jce.13781