Seeking to identify the molecular drivers of normal
cardiac rhythm and disease-associated dysrhythmias
The Munshi Lab is a dedicated group of scientists seeking to identify the molecular drivers of normal cardiac rhythm and disease-associated dysrhythmias. We attack these questions from a broad perspective, ranging from populations of individuals to single molecules within specific cell types. Thus, we employ a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach to science by capitalizing on the wide range of expertise in our laboratory and amongst our collaborators.
Our ultimate aim is to generate a deep knowledge base of the gene regulatory mechanisms underlying normal and pathological cardiac rhythm so that we can leverage these acquired insights to improve human health.