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Mayneord Phillips Summer Schools


The 2012 Summer School

Cardiac imaging and modelling: Principles, methods and clinical relevance.

2–6 July 2012, The Queens College, University of Oxford, UK
Mayneord Phillips Summer School

Supported by the British Heart Foundation 

the British Heart Foundation


The aim of this summer school is to provide an integrative understanding of the structure and function of the human heart and the principles of cardiac imaging and modelling.

Suitable for junior researchers and trainees in a range of disciplines, including medical physics, cardiology and computational biology, it offers an informal environment where attendees can discuss their own research, ask questions and exchange ideas with an international faculty of expert clinicians and scientists who are currently practising in these fields.

The programme includes background anatomy and physiology of the heart, ventricular mechanics and blood flow, cardiac electrophysiology, electromechanical coupling, coronary flow and myocardial perfusion, as well as the clinical context. It will demonstrate how the combined disciplines of imaging and modelling not only give new insights into whole organ physiology but are also beginning to influence clinical practice.

Imaging scientists attending the summer school can expect to gain a better understanding of modelling cardiac electrophysiology and mechanics, while modellers can expect to gain a better understanding of cardiac imaging modalities, including Cardiac MRI, CT, X-ray and ultrasound. The limitations of current approaches and the potential for exciting developments in this interdisciplinary field will be a particular focus.

The Mayneord Phillips Trust is an organisation which contracts with the College for the use of facilities, but which has no formal connection with The University of Oxford.

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The Mayneord Phillips Trust thankfully acknowledge the support of the British Heart Foundation in the running of this School

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