Home page for the Experimental Electrophysiology Lab

Welcome to the EEL home page. This document is intended to give you some basic information about the Experimental Electrophysiology Lab

Temperature distribution in cardiac tissue-blood-electrode system (24mm x 24mm region, close to ablating electrode) after 60 seconds of temperature controlled radiofrequency ablation. The ablative lesion boundary is marked in black. Image courtesy of Mudit Jain.


Faculty

  • Salim Idriss
  • Wanda Krassowska Neu
  • Patrick Wolf
  • Staff

  • Ellen Dixon
  • Ned Danieley
  • PostDocs

  • Stephanie Eyerly (sae9)
  • Grad/Medical Students

  • Thomas Jochum (taj2)
  • Maryam Vejdani (mv53)
  • Young-Joong Kim (yk91)
  • Caroline Ring (clr)
  • Jonathan Cranford (jpc)
  • Masters Students

  • Yang Jiang (yj54)
  • Andrew Wald (ajw48)
  • Undergrads

  • Matt Nagel (men14)
  • Virginia Chen (vc37)
  • Luke Suchomel (lws6)
  • Research

    Information on the EEL computer system

  • Ned's Wiki
  • How to:

  • Lexmark User Manual
  • Get help
  • Intro Part 1
  • Intro Part 2
  • X Intro
  • Terminology
  • Use TeX
  • Security info
  • some useful (?) links:

    WWW server at Duke

    WWW server at UNC

    WWW server for NCSU


    for more info, you can email Ned Danieley, ned.danieley@duke.edu