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Our Mission

 

We seek to understand the genetic and molecular causes of sudden cardiac death predisposing-diseases so that we can identify and treat those at risk

What We Study

Our Methods

Families & Patients

We work with patients and families to advance the frontier of knowledge

DNA

Patient-based genetic studies and discovery

iPSC

Patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cells to study how cardiac disease develops and how best to treat it

Mouse Models

Humane use of genetic mouse models to learn about the hearts of our patients

Electrophysiology

Studying the flow of electricity in single cells, or model animals, to learn how arrhythmias develop

Collaboration

Bringing together and working with experts from other fields to advance knowledge

The Landstrom Lab is part of the Duke University School of Medicine 

and Duke Children’s Hospital