We are excited to announce the publication of our latest work in Nature Biomedical Engineering. In collaboration with the John Rogers’ Lab, we validated their novel electrode design by simultaneously recording while collecting optically mapping images in an in-vitro Langendorff perfused rabbit heart. This device platform overcomes issues associated with chronic implantation of metal oxide electrodes (e.g. intrusion of biofluids into underlying electronics and current leakage). I will also be a key to advancing research, diagnostics and treatment of lethal cardiac syndromes like long QT and short QT syndromes, whose diagnosis and treatment suffer from a lack of adequate technology for mapping repolarization.