Professor Larissa Fabritz

Larissa Fabritz

Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences
Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences

Contact details

Address
Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Professor Larissa Fabritz studies novel mechanisms of heart disease and performs translational research towards mechanism-based therapies of cardiovascular diseases. As a clinical consultant, she sees patients in the Department of Cardiology at UHB. Larissa engages in research on molecular mechanisms of cardiomyopathies and arrhythmias as well as molecular cardiovascular imaging with her working group at the University of Birmingham and collaborations throughout Europe and North America.

Qualifications

  • 2016 Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians London
  • 2012 Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
  • 2012 Habilitation Internal Medicine “Towards molecular mechanism-based therapy of cardiomyopathies and arrhythmias”
  • 2011 GMC accreditation
  • 2010 Board Certification in Medicine
  • 1998 Thesis summa cum laude
  • 1997 Graduation from Medical School

Teaching

Professor Fabritz is currently Cardiology Specialty Lead for Year 4 MBChB and Cardiology Specialty Lead for the Academic In Day (Year 5 MBChB)

Postgraduate supervision

  • PhD supervisor
  • MD supervisor

Current students are listed on the group webpage.

Professor Fabritz has supervised MD and PhD students in Germany and the UK and offers translational and interdisciplinary cardiovascular research projects on various topics of heart failure and arrhythmias, cardiomyopathies and sudden death with opportunities for engagement in international collaborations. If you are interested in an MD or PhD in these areas, please contact Professor Fabritz via email including your CV.

Research Associate and Postdoctoral positions are currently available. Please email your application to L.Fabritz@bham.ac.uk including your CV.

Research

  • Molecular mechanisms of arrhythmias and cardiomyopathies
  • Molecular mechanisms of atrial fibrillation and atrial thrombosis
  • Sodium channel dysfunction
  • Desmosomal proteins
  • Effects of ageing and exercise on arrhythmia and cardiomyopathy
  • Translation of preclinical research into clinical trials
  • Personalised medicine and management of care in patients with atrial fibrillation using a variety of innovative tools and techniques

 

Professor Fabritz is also linked to the below research groups :-

Other activities

Publications

For the full list of publications by Professor Fabritz please see the Pubmed website