Martin is an PhD student in the lab. He completed his BSc (Honours) in Biology at Dalhousie University. Martin first joined the lab as an Honour’s student and then continued his work as an MSc student at Dalhousie. Martin has relocated to the University of Calgary and moved into the PhD program to expand and continue working on his project, which is focused on the effects of natriuretic peptides on structural remodeling (fibrosis) and electrical dysfunction in the atria and sinoatrial node in heart disease. Martin is using molecular biology, histology and high resolution optical mapping to conduct his studies.

Martin Mackasey

Supported by The Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta and The Cumming School of Medicine.

 

Research supported by:

Canadian Institutes for Health Research

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

Canada Foundation for Innovation

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Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta

Cumming School of Medicine

University of Calgary

GAC66, Health Research Innovation Centre

3280 Hospital Drive N.W.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

T2N 4Z6

 

email: robert.rose@ucalgary.ca

Phone (office): 403-210-3922

Phone (lab): 403-210-7699

Fax: 403-210-9180