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Natalia Trayanova envisions the future of cardiology and electrophysiology advancing through personalised medicine and computational simulations. Trayanova is the director of the Computational Cardiology Lab at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA), as well as the Murray B Sachs professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the university’s Institute for Computational Medicine. In this commentary, she discusses her research and the potentials of combining clinical imaging with computational modelling to create a unique virtual heart–one for every patient.
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