Characterization of the Purkinje Network from cell to organ, based on cell tissue imaging and clinical data
This project aims to characterise the behaviour and structure of the Purkinje network to better understand its role in the origin of arrhythmia and to develop new interventional therapies. This involves developing new imaging techniques, conducting experiments at cellular and tissue level, acquiring clinical recordings of the Purkinje network’s electrical activity, and integrating all of this data into a computer model. This model allows for better stratification of at-risk patients.
This project received funding from the Aquitaine Limousin Poitou-Charentes region as part of the Research 2016 call for projects (File No. 2016-1R30113).