Trayanova lab in Tulane University Magazine

We made the Tulane University Magazine – an online thing where Tulane puts stuff they think they should tell the Tulane community and the world. They made a few mistakes (biomechanical engineer?) but I think it’s a nice picture. It reads pretty much like any generic story about our lab.  Notice Rob and I using the 30″ cinema display in the background.

Tulane University Magazine – News

The subtle rhythms, pulses and patterns of the human heart have fascinated poets, lovers and scientists alike for millennia, yet the heart’s deepest secrets remain tightly locked. Tulane biomechanical engineer Natalia Trayanova and her team may have the most incisive insight into the heart’s electrical signals, with a three-dimensional virtual model that demonstrates cardiac activity from cellular to organ level.