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In an August 18 public lecture in Santa Fe, "Secrets of the Heart: The Electrocardiogram, Complex Systems Science, and the Fundamental Laws of Biology," External Professor Tim Buchman, Emory University School of Medicine, described how the 75-year-old ECG is still giving up its secrets.

He turned to complex systems science for hidden structure within the ECG’s signals and ways the ECG might point towards fundamental laws of biology. 

Buchman is professor of surgery and founding director of the Center for Critical Care at Emory University.

This lecture is underwritten by Los Alamos National Bank and Maureen Mestas Abrams, Prudential of Santa Fe.
Admission is free, but seating is limited.

See also: KSFR Santa Fe Radio Cafe interview with Dr. Tim Buchman, August 18, 2010

See also: Santa Fe New Mexican article, August 18, 2010

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