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Seth Weinberg

  • Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • 1080 Carmack Rd
    Columbus, OH 43210

About

Education

· B.S.E., Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, 2006

· Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, 2012

Key Honors and Distinctions

· Biomathematics Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow, The College of William & Mary (2012-2014)

· Young Investigators Poster Competition award, Gordon Research Conference: Cardiac Arrhythmia Mechanisms (2011)

· Howard G. Clark Award, Duke University, for distinguished undergraduate research (2006)

· Duke University, Graduated summa cum laude (2006) RESEARCH AREAS – Computational Physiology Lab [shweinberglab.com]

· Bioengineering; Cardiac electrophysiology; Mechanobiology; Ion channels; Calcium signaling; Extracellular matrix signaling; Dynamical systems; Multicellular modeling; Numerical methods

· Undergraduate and graduate student and post-doctoral research opportunities are currently available.

 PUBLICATIONS https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ZIEaW3wAAAAJ&hl=en

 PATENTS https://patents.google.com/?q=seth&q=weinberg&oq=seth+weinberg

Dr. Weinberg’s research is focused on developing cutting-edge computational tools and methods to understand physiology and disease and develop new therapies. The research focus of the Computational Physiology Lab spans a wide range of physiological areas, including cardiac electrophysiology, mechanobiology, and subcellular, cellular, and multicellular signaling. The lab uses multiscale computational models to study mechanisms of normal physiology and diseases, including cardiac arrhythmias, calcium signaling, extracellular matrix assembly, cell migration, and cancer metastasis. Dr. Weinberg’s research has been funded by multiple awards from the National Institutes of Health.