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Using single cell approaches to understand neointimal lesion formation and growth in Pulmonary Hypertension

Using single cell approaches to understand neointimal lesion formation and growth in Pulmonary Hypertension September 1, 2022 MAYA ELISE KUMAR, PH.D. Assistant Professor (Research), Pediatrics – Pulmonary Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine The webinar took place on September 2, 2022 MAYA ELISE KUMAR – Dr. Kumar completed her undergraduate education at Williams College and…

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Kristy Red-Horse

Kristy Red-Horse

Kristy Red-Horse, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Biology and Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Stanford University Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute   Research Interests: Coronary vessel development, repair, and regeneration: 1) Whole organ imaging and blood flow modeling 2) Single cell analyses of endothelial cell fate 3) evo/devo—environmental and physiological influences on…

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Jason Fish

Jason Fish

Jason Fish, Ph.D. Senior Scientist and Associate Professor; Canada Research Chair in Vascular Cell and Molecular Biology Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and Peter Munk Cardiac Centre University Health Network and Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, University of Toronto   Research Interests: Signaling and gene regulation in the endothelium in vascular diseases including arteriovenous…

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Gabrielle Fredman

Gabrielle Fredman

Gabrielle Fredman, Ph.D. Associate Professor Albany Medical College Research Interests:  Inflammation, Resolution of Inflammation, Lipid Mediators, Macrophages, Atherosclerosis, Aging NAVBO Activities:  Co-organizer for the Inflammation theme for NAVBO meetings (2022-2024) Related Experience:  Editorial Board for Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, and Vascular Pharmacology;  member of the ATVB Women’s Leadership Committee

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Claudia Rodrigues, Ph.D.

Lab of Claudia Rodrigues

Claudia Rodrigues, Ph.D. February 1, 2022 Associate ProfessorFlorida Atlantic UniversityCharles E. Schmidt College of MedicineDepartment of Biomedical Science Primary Research: Dr. Rodrigues joined the Department of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine as Assistant Professor in 2007, where she developed a research program focused on endothelial cell and…

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Miranda Good, Ph.D.

Miranda Good Lab Photo

Miranda Good, Ph.D. January 1, 2022 Assistant Professor Molecular Cardiology Research Institute Tufts University School of Medicine Primary Research: The overall objective of the Good Lab is to understand the mechanisms that regulate blood vessel function and inflammation and contribute to the etiology of neurological diseases. We have recently found that endothelial Panx1 regulates cerebral…

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Morgan Salmon, Ph.D.

Morgan Salmon Lab

Morgan Salmon, Ph.D. September 1, 2021 Department of Cardiac Surgery, Michigan Medicine The University of Michigan Primary Research: Aortic Aneurysms are a dilation of the aorta to greater than 50% of its original diameter and can be classified according to their anatomical locations in reference to the diaphragm. Thoracic aortic aneurysms (TAAs) are located above…

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Regulation of endothelial cell-mural cell interactions during development

Regulation of endothelial cell-mural cell interactions during development May 6, 2021 AMBER STRATMAN, PH.D. School of Medicine Washington University in St. Louis AMBER STRATMAN – Dr. Amber Stratman received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri under the direction of Dr. George Davis, and carried out her postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Dr. Brant…

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Carmen Halabi, M.D., Ph.D.

Carmen Halabi, M.D., Ph.D. May 1, 2021 Department of Pediatrics Division of Nephrology Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Primary Research: The overall goal of the lab is to understand the role of the extracellular matrix, particularly the elastic fiber, in vascular development and disease such as aneurysms and hypertension. We utilize mouse…

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