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Hermenegild Arevalo

Hermenegild Arevalo

Graduate Student - Trayanova Lab

218e Hackerman Hall
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: (410) 516-8451
Fax: (410) 516-5294
E-mail: hareval1 | at | jhu.edu

Conference Proceedings

Arevalo, H. and N. Trayanova (2006). Maintenance of ventricular fibrillation in heterogeneous ventricle. IEEE International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), New York, New York.

Publications:

Boyle P. M., C. J. Park, H. J. Arevalo, E. J. Vigmond and N. A. Trayanova (2014). "Sodium current reduction unmasks a structure-dependent substrate for arrhythmogenesis in the normal ventricles." PLoS One, 9(1): e86947.

Vadakkumpadan F., H. Arevalo and N. A. Trayanova (2013). "Patient-specific modeling of the heart: estimation of ventricular fiber orientations." J Vis Exp, (71).

Ashikaga H., H. Arevalo, F. Vadakkumpadan, R. C. Blake, 3rd, J. D. Bayer, S. Nazarian, M. Muz Zviman, H. Tandri, R. D. Berger, H. Calkins, D. A. Herzka, N. A. Trayanova and H. R. Halperin (2013). "Feasibility of image-based simulation to estimate ablation target in human ventricular arrhythmia." Heart Rhythm, 10(8): 1109-16.

Trayanova N. A., T. O'Hara, J. D. Bayer, P. M. Boyle, K. S. McDowell, J. Constantino, H. J. Arevalo, Y. Hu and F. Vadakkumpadan (2012). "Computational cardiology: how computer simulations could be used to develop new therapies and advance existing ones." Europace, 14 Suppl 5: v82-v89.

Rantner L. J., H. J. Arevalo, J. L. Constantino, I. R. Efimov, G. Plank and N. A. Trayanova (2012). "Three-dimensional mechanisms of increased vulnerability to electric shocks in myocardial infarction: altered virtual electrode polarizations and conduction delay in the peri-infarct zone." J Physiol, 590(Pt 18): 4537-51.

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