Nature Year in Review 2018: Trayanova on Precision Cardiology

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ADVANCE co-director, Natalia Trayanova, PhD, discusses the key developments in precision cardiology in the December 2018 edition of Nature Reviews Cardiology. From a wearable electrocardiogram patch that may reduce the risk of stroke to a personalized virtual heart model that can direct treatment of infarct-related ventricular tachycardia, Trayanova highlights several high-impact advances in the emerging field of precision cardiology that show progress towards improving patient care. Read the full article, “From genetics to smart watches: developments in precision cardiology.” here.