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3rd Scientific Workshop

On Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 January, the Liryc Institute welcomed the members of the Scientific Advisory Board for the 3rd edition of the Scientific Workshop organised by the IHU. An opportunity for Liryc researchers to present their research projects and their latest advances.

Every 3 years, this scientific workshop allows the multidisciplinary teams to discuss on their works and to benefit from the expert viewpoint of the Scientific Advisory Board in order to advance their project. Indeed, the Scientific Advisory Board's mission is to give an opinion on the Institute's main scientific orientations and its annual action program. Besides, Liryc also had the pleasure to welcomed two new board members, Barbara Casadei and Katja Zeppenfeld.

The days were punctuated by magisterial presentation sessions in the amphitheater and a poster exhibition.


On the program:

Monday 13 january:

Oral session 1 : Pathophysiology of cardiac arrhythmias
Keynote lecture: role of inflammatory signaling in atrial fibrillation, Dobromir Dobrev
Metabolic remodeling in atrial fibrillation, Philippe Pasdois
 Heterogeneous modulation of repolarization and arrhythmias induced by K-ATP channels activation, Cindy Michel
Transient Receptor Channel Vanilloid 4 implication in ventricular electrical activity, Thomas Hof
Mechanisms of primary electrical disorders: novel insights from human hearts, Olivier Bernus

Oral session 2 : New developments in cardiac imaging
Keynote lecture: future concepts for comprehensive high-resolution imaging of the heart, Matthias Stuber
_ Optimizing micro computed tomography imaging of human hearts at high resolution, Nestor Pallares-Lupon
_ High resolution MRI of fat infiltrates and fibrosis in human ARVC heart, Kylian Haliot
_ Imaging RF lesions through real-time MRI-thermometry and accelerated post-ablation imaging, Pierre Bour
_ Initial technical developments of local RF coil for sub-millimeter cardiovascular MRI, Marylène Delcey

Oral session 3 : Non-invasive electrocardiographic imaging and computer modeling
_ A residual-based method for the inverse problem in electrocardiography imaging, Lisl Weynans
_ ECGi for the evaluation of repolarization based substrates: a validation study, Laura Bear
_ Models of RF catheter ablation validated by MR thermometry, Michael Leguebe
_ Noninvasive one-year ablation outcome prediction for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation using trajectories of activation from body surface potential maps, Yingjing Feng
_ Insights into cardiac arrhythmias from body surface signals, Marianna Meo

Oral session 4 : Clinical cardiac electrophysiology
Keynote lecture: the autonomic control of the SK current and its relevance to ventricular arrhythmogenesis, Peng-Sheng Chen
_ Multimodal Data Science & MUSIC Software, Maxime Sermesant
_ Update on the Marshall Plan, Thomas Pambrun
_ New pacing maneuvers for measuring conduction at the AV node, Josselin Duchateau
_ CRT Response determinants, Sylvain Ploux


Tuesday 14 january:

Debrois prize "My translational research project in 180 sec"
_ Numerical methods for solving the electrocardiographic imaging inverse problem, Oumayma Bouhamama
_ GATTACA : Science of Tomorrow, Sébastien Chaigne
_ Intracardiac localization of catheters by magnetic and electrical measurements, Jérémy Decock
_ Transient Receptor Potential Channels in cardiac health and disease, Thomas Hof
_ Learning Activation Time Maps from ECGs predicts Ectopic Sites Better than Physicalbased Modeling, Amel Karoui
_ Accessing patient-specific repolarization times, Peter Langfield
_ Stretchable conductive fabric for cardiac electrophysiology applications, Angel Moreno Entrenas
 Optimising micro computed tomography imaging of large animal and human hearts at high resolution, Nestor Pallares-Lupon
_ A super inhibitor to prevent atrial fibrillation, Alice Recalde
_ Risk stratification of unexplained sudden cardiac death by analysing high resolution body surface electrocardiograms, Nolwenn Tan

Published on 15 January 2020