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Vascular Biology References

With the help of experts in each discipline, we have identified papers that we believe to be fundamental in the field of vascular biology. You can search by keywords or authors (last name is sufficient). If your keyword appears in the list of tags or in the title of the paper, it will be included in your search results. For additional instructions, click on the gray bar.

Click here for a list of the Major Topics Covered

Vascular Development

  • Blood Vessel Development
  • Heart Development
  • Lymphatic Vessel Development

Vascular Function

  • Blood Vessels Cell
  • Signaling
  • Vasomotor Response
  • Blood Cell Interactions
  • Lymphatic Vessels

Cardiovascular Disease

  • Atherosclerosis
  • Diabetes
  • Thrombosis

Experimental Systems

  • Zebrafish
  • In Silico Modeling

Click here for Tags designated by authors

Acetylcholine 
ACSL1
Acyl-CoA Synthetase 1
Adhesion 
Aging
Aire 
Akt
Alk1 
Angiogenesis
Angiotensin
Antagonist
Aorta 
Apelin Receptor 
APJ 
APLNR 
Apoptosis 
Arterial Diameter 
Arterial Endothelial Cell 
Arterial neural bundles
Arterial Pressure 
Arterial Smooth Muscle 
Arteries  
Arteriogenesis
Arteriole  
Arteriovenous 
Arteriovenous Fate  
Arteriovenous Malformation  
Arteriovenous Specification  
Arteriovenous Specification A
Artery  
Artiorgenic remodeling
Atherogenesis  
Atheroprotected  
Atheroprotected ER stress
Atherosclerosis  
Atherosclerotic Lesions  
Atherosclerotic Plaques  
Atherosusceptible
Autoregulation  
Bioengineered vessels
Blood Circulation  
Blood Flow  
Blood Pressure  
Blood vessel  
Bone marrow
Bradycardia
Brain   
Branching
CANTOS Trial  
Capillaries
Cardiac Progenitor Cells  
Cardiac Regeneration
Cardiomyocyte
Cardiovascular disease
Cartilage 
Cat  
Cat
Caveolae  
Caveolin-1  
Caveolin-2  
CD8 T Cell
Cell Junction  
Cell Senescence  
Cell Structure
Cell turnover
Central Nervous System  
Cerebrospinal Fluid  
Chemokines  
Chemotherapy  
Chick-Quail Chimera
Cholesterol
Cholinergic  
Chondroitin
Circulating endothelial cells
CLEC-2  
Collaterals
Computer Modeling


Coronary arteries
Coronary Vessel Development  
Coronary Vessels  
COUP-TFII 
Cx40  
Cx43  
Cytokine  
Deep Cervical Lymph Nodes  
Dermatan
Development
Diabetic
Diabetic Atherosclerosis  
Dietary Choline  
Differentiation
Dll4
DNA Microarrays  
Dog
Dosage Sensitivity  
Dural Sinus
EGF  
Elastase
Elastin
Emperipolesis
Endocardial Cells  
Endothelial Cell Differentiation
Endothelial Cell Diversity  
Endothelial Cell Fate
Endothelial Cell Identity
Endothelial junction
Endothelium  
eNOS  
EphB4  
EphrinB2  
Epicardium 
ER Stress  
ETS  
Extracellular Matrix  
Extracellular Matrix Proteins  
Eye
Fibrillin
Fibrosis
Fibrous Cap
Fluid Flow
Foam Cells  
Fusion
Gap Junction
Gastrulation
Gene Editing
Gene Expression
Gene expression
Genetics
Glucose
Glucuronic acid 
Glycans
GPVI  
Gridlock  
Growth factors
Guidance
Gut Microbiome  
H1-Receptor  
Haploinsufficiency  
Heart  
Hemodynamics
Hemogenic Endothelial Cells  
Hemorrhage
Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia
Heterotypic adhesion
High Endothelial Venules  
High-Resolution Imaging  
Hindlimb ischemia
Histamine  
Hyaluronan
Hyperglycemia  
Hypertension
Hypotension  
Immune Cells  
Infarct
Inflammation
INSR  
Insulin Signaling  
Integrins
Intratumor 
Isl1  
ITGB3
JAM-C
Junction
Keratin sulfate
Kidney
KLF4  Chip-Seq  
Knockout  
Knockout Mouse  
L-1B Lineage Tracing  
Layers
LDLR  
LDLR Cytokines  
Lectins
Lesion Pathogenesis
Leukocyte Rolling  
Leukocytes
Linage Tracing  
Loeys-Dietz syndrome
Ly6G+ Cells  
Lymph Node  
Lymph Node-Resident

Lymphatic Endothelial Cells  
Lymph Nodes  
Lymphangiogenesis
Lymphatic Cell Differentiation
Lymphatic Differentiation  
Lymphatic Endothelial Cell  
Lymphatic Specification  
Lymphatic Vessels  
Lymphocyte 
Lymphvasculogenesis  
Macrophage  
Macular degeneration
Marfans
Matrix Metalloproteases
Mechanosensory Complex  
Mechanotransduction  
Mesenchymal Stem Cell  
Mesenteric Lymphatic Vessels
Microvascular Endothelial Cells  
Monocytes  
Morbidity
Morphogenesis
Morpholino  
Mouse  
Mural cells 
Muscarinic 
Myelopoiesis  
Myeloproliferation 
Myocardial Infarct
Myocardium
Myofibroblast  
Negative regulators
Neuropilin-1  
Neutrophil  
Nitric Oxide
Notch
Pattern formation
PD-1 Ligand 1  
PDGF  
PDGF-B
PDGFR  
PECAM-1  
Pericyte  
Peripheral Immune Tolerance  
Peripheral Tissue Antigen  
phB4  
PI3K  
Platelet Activation  
Platelets  
Plumbing
PMN
Podoplanin  
Proteoglycans
Prox1  
P-Selectin
RAGE  
Rat  
RBP-J
Receptor  
Recruitment  
Regeneration
Repulsion
Resistance  
Retinopathy choroid
Reverse Genetic Screening  
Rouget cells
rox1  
Runx1
S100A8  
S100A9
Selectins
Shear Stress  
Shh  
Signaling
Simulation
Simulation  
Sinus Venosus
SMC Progenitors  
Smooth muscle
Smooth Muscle Cell  
Specification  
Sprouting
Stem cells
Stroke
TGF-B Signaling
TGF-beta  
Thrombosis
Thrombotic event
Thrombotic Events  
TIE2  
Tip cell
Tissue specificity
TMAO
Transcription
Transendothelial migration
Transgenic 
Transgenic Mouse  
Transmigration  
Trimethylamine N-Oxide
Tumor  
Type 1 Diabetes  
Ultrasonic  
Ultrastructure  
Vascular diseases 
Vascular Moprhogenesis
Vascular Permeability
Vascular Remodeling  
Vascular Smooth Muscle  
Vascular System  
Vasculitis
Vasculogenesis  
Vasodilation
Vasodilator Agents  
Vasomotor System  
VE-Cadherion  
VEGF  
VEGF-C  
VEGFR2  
VEGFR3  
Vein  
Venule  
Venules  
Versican
Vesicles
Vessel Wall  
Wall Mechanics
Zebrafish
 



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Member News Summer 2017

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Princess U II Imoukhuede, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has been awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER award for her proposal, “qBio+cBio=sBio: Identifying the Role of Cross-Family Signaling in Angiogenesis.” Dr. Imoukhuede also received the Rose Award for Teaching ExcellenceExcellence from the University of Illinois College of Engineering.


In October of 2016, Iris Jaffe of Tufts University assumed the role of Executive Director of the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute at Tufts Medical Center. In March of this year, Dr. Jaffe was also appointed as the Eliza Kent Mendelsohn Professor of Molecular CardiologyKent Mendelsohn Professor of Molecular Cardiology.  Dr. Jaffe’s research combines her expertise in gene transcription and vascular biology with her interests as a clinical cardiologist to explore the molecular mechanisms that contribute to common cardiovascular diseases.


José López, M.D. Professor of Medicine-Hematology at the University of Washington School of Medicine, has co-edited a book, Platelets in Thrombotic and Non-Thrombotic Disorders: Pathophysiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics: an Update, published in 2017 by Springer (ISBN 978-3-319-47462-5). This volume reviews current science and applications in fields including thrombosis and hemostasis, signal transduction, and non-thrombotic conditions such as inflammation, allergy and tumor metastasis.


Fortune Magazine has recognized Laura Niklason, M.D., Ph.D., Nicholas M. Greene Professor in Anesthesia and Biomedical Engineering at Yale University and founder of Humacyte, Inc., as a member of Fortune’s List of Leaders Transforming Health and Medicine. Dr. Niklason and her colleagues at Humacyte have developed bioengineered blood vessels currently under investigation as vascular grafts in patients with kidney failure. In addition, Dr. Niklason was inducted into the National Academy of Medicine in October of 2016.


Dr. Bing Zhang has relocated from Boston Children’s Hospital to Shanghai Jiao Tong University as Professor and Principal Investigator in the Shanghai Center for Systems Biomedicine. Dr. Zhang subsequently was recognized through China’s Thousand Talents Plan that seeks to recruit “…strategic scientists or leading talents who can make breakthroughs in key technologies or can enhance China’s high-tech industries and emerging
disciplines.”

 

 

2017 Awards Ballot

Judah Folkman Award in Vascular Biology

2017 Candidates include:

Guillermo Garcia-Cardena, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Nathan Lawson, University of Massachusetts

Michael Potente, Max-Planck Institute

Click on their names to open a pdf that includes a CV and letters of support.

To place your vote, click here.

 

 

VB2021 Session Proposal

Vascular Biology 2021

October 24-28, 2021
Pacific Grove, CA (Asilomar)

Featuring:
Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop
and the
Vascuar Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop

Submissions due by May 1, 2020

We're looking ahead to Vascular Biology 2021 (October 24-28 at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA) and we would like input from the NAVBO membership. Vascular Biology 2021 will consist of the Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop and the Vascuar Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop. The NAVBO Council and the meeting organizers, Christopher Breuer (Nationwide Children's Hospital), Linda Demer (UCLA), Courtney Griffin (OMRF), Mark Majesky (Univ of Washington), A. Wayne Orr (Louisiana State Univ), Kristy Red-Horse (Stanford Univ) and Ying Zheng (Univ of Washington), are seeking proposals from NAVBO members for a session developed by members. This session may or may not be directly related to the workshop themes. The session will have a two-hour time slot, tentatively scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, October 26. 

*Please note: You may also consider submitting a proposal for our Vascular Therapeutics session (presented on Wednesday evening, October 27). This session should be organized by two members – one from academia and one from industry (biotech, pharmaceuticals, etc.); the speakers should also represent both environments equally. We suggest four invited talks. If interested, check the appropriate box on the submission form.

Our goal is to broaden the scope of our meetings, enhance the member experience and respond to our members' interests. To submit your proposal complete this pdf form and submit it using Adobe Acrobat.  Any problems, email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Submissions are due May 1, 2020.

2020 Vascular Inflammation Co-Organizer

Vote for the Co-Organizer of the
2020 Vascular Inflammation Workshop

Voting will take place onsite at Vascular Biology 2018 via the meeting mobile app.
Select one candidate.  Click on the name to see a brief bio and their goals for the meeting. 

It will be necessary for you to log-in in order to cast your vote.

The Organizer of this workshop is William Muller, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. The chosen candidate will co-organize with Dr. Muller in 2020 and will be the Organizer for the 2023 Workshop.

Gwendalyn J. Randolph, Washington University in St Louis

Gwendalyn J. Randolph, PhD
Emil R. Unanue Distinguished Professor
Dept of Pathology & Immunology
Head, Immunology Graduate Program
Washington University School of Medicine
Washington University in St Louis


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Gwendalyn J. Randolph obtained her bachelor's degree in Biology from Temple University and PhD in Molecular and Cellular Pathology from State University of New York at Stony Brook, working with Martha Furie. She then carried out postdoctoral studies at Rockefeller University and Weill Medical School of Cornell University under the mentorship of Bill Muller and Ralph Steinman. She spent 11 years on the faculty at Mount Sinai School of School of Medicine in New York before relocating to Washington University in 2011. She is currently the Emil R. Unanue Professor of Immunobiology in the Department of Pathology and Immunology at Washington University in St. Louis. She is also the Director of the Immunology Graduate Program at Washington University. Her awards include the NIH Director’s Pioneer Award (2015) and NIH MERIT Award (2016). Her laboratory considers how the transit of cells (eg., monocytes and dendritic cells) and molecules (eg., lipoproteins) out of tissue influences the inflammatory microenvironment. Her work considering cellular and molecular clearance through lymphatics has fostered key contributions to understanding the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, with recent effort in her laboratory shifting to consider inflammatory bowel diseases.


, I am an active member of NAVBO, serving on the Education Committee, past organizer of Vasculata (2018), and have had the fortune and pleasure to be part of the Vascular Inflammation workshop since the first presentation. 


As co-organizer, I would aim to continue to bring together the vascular inflammation community that has come to rely on the quality and importance of the meeting to their work, while also aiming to bring in new speakers and topics at the forefront of this interdisciplinary field. It would be wonderful to have the opportunity to showcase the outstanding work unfolding in vascular inflammation.

Ira Tabas, Columbia University

Ira Tabas, M.D., Ph.D.
Richard J. Stock Professor
Department of Medicine
Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology (in Physiology and Cellular Biophysics)
Columbia University


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Dr. Tabas is the Richard J. Stock Professor of Medicine, Cell Biology, and Physiology at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). He received his M.D. and Ph.D. (Biochemistry) degrees from Washington University in St. Louis and completed his Internal Medicine and Endocrinology/ Metabolism training at CUMC, with board certification in both disciplines. His research focuses on cardiometabolic disease, with a long history of work in the area of molecular-cellular mechanisms of advanced atherosclerosis. His research has elucidated roles of macrophage endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, apoptosis, defective efferocytosis, and defective inflammation resolution in advanced plaque progression. Over the last ten years, Dr. Tabas' laboratory has expanded its interests into an area that is a major driving force behind atherosclerosis, namely, obesity-associated type 2 diabetes (T2D). In particular, the laboratory has discovered a new calcium-ER stress signaling pathway in hepatocytes that contributes to the metabolic disturbances of obesity and diabetes. In both the atherosclerosis and metabolism areas, there is strong emphasis on therapeutic translation. He has lectured worldwide and published over 200 original research articles and reviews. These papers have been published in Cell, Nature, Science, Nature Cell Biology, Nature Reviews Immunology, Cell Metabolism, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and other top journals. Dr. Tabas also serves on the Board of Reviewing Editors for the journal Science. He was elected to both the Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians. Dr. Tabas' other honors include the American Heart Association Established Investigator Award, the Columbia University Doctor Harold and Golden Lamport Research Award, the American Heart Association/ATVB Council Special Recognition Award, the 2011 Alumni Achievement Award from Washington University School of Medicine, the 2014 Society of Leukocyte Biology Bonazinga award, which is the society's highest honor for excellence in leukocyte biology research, the 2015 Harrington Discovery Institute Innovator-Scholar Award for his work in diabetes, and the 2016 American Heart Association Russell Ross Lectureship Award in Vascular Biology.

As a member of NAVBO, I truly enjoy attending the meetings and interacting with colleagues and particularly young scientists.  I find a wonderful complementarity between the work that we do in atherosclerosis, inflammation, and cardiometabolic disease pathophysiology and some of the more traditional areas of interest of NAVBO in vascular biology.

My goals for the 2020 workshop are to continue the tradition of featuring the best mechanistic-based research in vascular inflammation while also making sure that (a) we include a diverse group of presenters and attendees, including young investigators and a good balance of female and male researchers; (b) have ample time for discussion after each talk and also time for informal discussions in between sessions; (c) encourage presentations on disease relevance and translational research, including areas that might be relevant to genomic and precision medicine.

 

Vasculata Information

NAVBO’s intent is to continue spreading vascular biology to more people by offering our summer course at more locations including those outside the United States.

Vasculata is a vascular biology boot camp, 3 to 4 days long that emphasizes the use of local faculty for course instruction. To make this possible, NAVBO places Vasculata in sites with a critical mass of vascular biologists. The idea is to have the attendees interact with your faculty, although external speakers may be used.

The host institution will be required to complete an R13 grant application to NHLBI in order to secure funds for scholarships. Ideally, these scholarships will be used to provide registration and housing fees for students that do not have travel funds within their department. Reaching out to schools with a significant population of under-represented minorities is strongly suggested. Apart from soliciting funding from NHLBI, there is very little, if any, need for corporate fundraising. However, we would not discourage this. Corporations could sponsor workshops, meals or outside speakers (if desired).

A core curriculum is identified within the Vasculata proposal form. The meeting program should be built around this curriculum; however, we encourage host institutions to flavor the meeting with its own expertise.

Prior to the course, students should be provided with the list of lectures and a précis for each lecture. The précis explains what the students should know before coming to class and suggests appropriate readings. This allows lectures to build on knowledge that the students should already have. Of course not all students will do the work, however those that  do will find that they will benefit more from the course with this preparation.  If using a meeting app, the precis will be attached to the appropriate presenter's lecture within the agenda, if no app is used, a pdf of the precis will be emailed.  

Another way that we make this a great experience for students is by asking the host institution to offer workshops that involve the attendees with local fellows. Sites may, at their discretion also offer course credit or integrate Vasculata with another course.

Another important detail is that the cost of attending Vasculata should be kept as low as possible. In addition to discouraging the raising of funds for visiting speakers, we hope each site will find inexpensive housing for attendees (typically dormitory housing is available in the summer).

Finally, the host site lectures are webcast to remote sites that use the lectures along with their own local faculty.

For more information, please read the proposal form

Applications are due February 28, 2020 for Vasculata 2021

(please feel free to submit your proposal for any future Vasculatas as well)

 

 

Vascular Biology 2017 Evaluation Form

If you attended Vascular Biology 2017 - please take this quick survey.  Your input is invaluable to us as we plan our future meetings.

We especially want your comments about presentations, the mobile event app, and the value that you found in the meeting. Thank you for your time.

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or complete the evaluation form anonymously by following this link:

VB 2017 Anonymous Evaluation Form

 

Thank you so much for completing the form!!!

See you next year in Newport, Rhode Island!

 

 

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