Barry London M.D., Ph.D.

Barry London, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor
Internal Medicine, Molecular Physiology and Biophysics
319-356-2750
315
GH
2283
CBRB
Research Focus: 

My laboratory studies the molecular and genetic basis of sudden cardiac death in animal models, human families with inherited rhythm disorders, and populations at increased risk for sudden death. Pioneering studies in my laboratory engineered the first mouse models of long QT syndrome. Using these mouse models of arrhythmias and heart failure, we helped to define the ion channels important for cardiac repolarization, developed technologies for studying arrhythmias.

Research Mode: 
Clinical
Research Paradigm(s): 
Neurogenetics
Applications: 
Cardiovascular System
Organisms: 
Human
Rodent (mouse/rat)
College: 
Carver College of Medicine

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