About me

Dr. Philip Sarajlic received his MD degree from the Karolinska Institute. He is currently serving as a research scientist in the translational cardiology team at the Department of Medicine at Karolinska University Hospital. His main area of interest is computational cardiology, with a primary focus on research and development of bioinformatics and artificial intelligence solutions in medical settings. In addition, he is managing intercontinental projects in applied machine learning in the fields of heart failure phenotyping, identification of cardiovascular risk factors, and detection of intervention side effects. As a frequently invited reviewer of manuscript submissions to high-impact cardiovascular journals, he stays up-to-date with recent developments and contributes to quality assurance in the area.

Research description

Enhanced ventricular-arterial coupling during a 2-year physical activity programme in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a prospective substudy of the physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis 2010 trial. Sarajlic P, Fridén C, Lund LH, Manouras A, Venkateshvaran A, Larsson SC, et al J. Intern. Med. 2018 12;284(6):664-673

Impaired left atrial dynamics and its improvement by guided physical activity reveal left atrial strain as a novel early indicator of reversible cardiac dysfunction in rheumatoid arthritis. Venkateshvaran A, Sarajlic P, Lund LH, Fridén C, Nordgren B, Opava CH, et al Eur J Prev Cardiol 2018 07;25(10):1106-1108

Physical Activity Does Not Reduce Aortic Valve Stenosis Incidence. Sarajlic P, Wolk A, Bäck M, Larsson SC Circ. J. 2018 08;82(9):2372-2374

P4426Prolonged troponin t elevation in male and female master athletes after long-distance running.

Eliasson SA, Sarajlic P, Wandell P, Wallen H, Back M, Braunschweig F

European Heart Journal. 2019;40(Supplement_1).

Artificial Intelligence Models Reveal Sex-Specific Gene Expression in Aortic Valve Calcification

P Sarajlic, O Plunde, A Franco-Cereceda, M Bäck

JACC: Basic to Translational Science

 

 

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