Videos

Molecular Pharmacology, Voigt Group

22.07.2022 Youtube Video

High-throughput recordings of cellular electrophysiology

Prof. Dr. Niels Voigt and Dr. Thomas Mager introduce new MBExC technology platform SyncroPatch 384 (Nanion Technologies).

The new technology platform combines high-throughput recordings of cellular electrophysiology of isolated cardiomyocytes and neurons and their optical stimulation with light.

20.12.2020 Youtube Video

Single-Cell Optical Action Potential Measurement in Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes

12.06.2019 Youtube Video

Autophagy and heart disease

Prof. Dr. Niels Voigt interview Dr Sadoshima.

03.10.2018 Youtube Video

Prof. Niels Voigt at the ESC Congress in Munich, 2018

Prof. Dr. Niels Voigt summarises the latest research on cardiac arrhythmias and myopathies at the European Society of Cardiology 2018 Congress in Munich, Germany.

08.06.2018 Youtube Video

Prof Stan Nattel on Atrial Fibrillation and His Career – CVR Onlife

Professor Nattel discusses the future of atrial fibrillation (AF) research and his career insights as one of the leading physician-scientists in AF research.

03.01.2018 Youtube Video

Cardiovascular Research Onlife – Pioneer of Calcium Signalling – Professor Lederer

Prof. Jonathan Lederer discusses his scientific career as a pioneer in the field of cellular calcium signalling and offers his wisdom to young researchers following his keynote lecture at the Göttingen Channels Symposium 2017 of the German Cardiac Society’s working group on cellular electrophysiology (AG 18).

25.09.2017 Youtube Video

Dr. Niels Voigt talks with Dr. Catherine Boileau

Dr. Catherine Boileau talks with Dr. Niels Voigt for Cardiovascular Research Onlife at the 2017 William Harvey Lecture of the European Society of Cardiology.

12.12.2016 Youtube Video

Demonstration on the use of Computational Modelling

Demonstration on the use of computational modelling and interview with Dr. Jordi Heijman, Maastricht University.

02.07.2013 Youtube Video

Isolation of human atrial myocytes for simultaneous measurements of Ca2+ transients and membrane currents.

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