Dr. Steve J. Kehl

Professor

Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences

BSc (Biology) University of Waterloo, 1976
MSc (Biology) University of Waterloo, 1979
PhD (Physiology) UBC, 1984
MRC Postdoctoral Fellow
MRC Neuroendocrinology Unit, UK, 1984-1987
BCHCRF Scholar, UBC, 1988-1993

Kehl Web Page

Research Interests

Publications

Research Theme: Is studying how the heart generates, maintains and regulates electrical activity. Electrical potential is transmitted across the heart as the cell alternately depolarize and re-polarize, due to the coordinated action of a multitude of intramembrane proteins. Any defects in this action can trigger atrial fibrillation and a variety of ventricular arrhythmias.

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Cardiovascular Research Group
Life Sciences Centre
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Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z3, Canada

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