Talking Real Science with Martin Young
This episode of Share Science features Dr. Martin Young, a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In this interview he shares his journey into cardiac metabolism and chronobiology as well as some notable mentors that helped him along the way.
#ExpertAnswers: Giacomo Rossitto on Heart Failure and Lymphatic DysfunctionDarius Soo Lum
Giacomo Rossitto answers questions from a recent webinar where he shares his research on heart failure and the related lymphatic dysfunction in patients.
Orphan Receptor GPR55: A New Therapeutic Target for Atherosclerosis?
Since the role of GPR55 in adaptive B cell response regulation has not yet been reported in the context of atherosclerosis, Guillamat-Prats et al. have investigated how GPR55 in B cells affects atherosclerosis development. In this blog post, we highlight the main findings from this study, which was published this month in Nature Cardiovascular Research.
#ExpertAnswers: Licy Yanes Cardozo on Androgens in Cardiovascular PhysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Licy Yanes Cardozo expands on her research exploring the role of androgens on cardiovascular physiology in cis and transgender patients.
In this webinar, Dr. Giacomo Rossitto shares his research on heart failure and the related lymphatic dysfunction in patients.
Androgens & Cardiovascular Diseases in Women: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice
Join Dr. Licy Yanes-Cardozo as she expands on her research exploring the role of androgens on cardiovascular physiology in cis and transgender patients.
#ExpertAnswers: Jason Gardner on Nicotine and the HeartDarius Soo Lum
Jason Gardner discusses his latest findings on the long-term cardiopulmonary health effects of inhaled nicotine including preclinical evidence to treat these health impacts.
European Council for Cardiovascular ResearchSarah McFarlane
The history of the European Council for Cardiovascular Research (ECCR) goes back more than 30 years when the ‘European Blood Pressure Group’ held its [...]
#ExpertAnswers: Satish Raj and Nasia Sheikh on Initial Orthostatic HypotensionDarius Soo Lum
Dr. Satish Raj and Nasia Sheikh discuss new research findings on the hemodynamic mechanisms underlying initial orthostatic hypotension.
Initial Orthostatic Hypotension: Don’t Blink or You Will Miss It
Join Dr. Satish Raj and Nasia Sheikh for an overview of Initial Orthostatic Hypotension (IOH), how these patients present in the clinic, the mechanisms that underly the condition, and how IOH can be managed with a non-pharmacological approach.
Cardiac Effects of Chronically Inhaled Nicotine
Dr. Jason Gardner presents his recent and exciting new findings on the long-term cardiopulmonary health effects of inhaled nicotine including preclinical evidence to treat these health impacts.
#ExpertAnswers: Matthias Nahrendorf on Inflammation and Immunophysiologyhayleighisc
Dr. Matthias Nahrendorf discusses current concepts of cell supply by the hematopoietic system, lineage relationships and systems’ cross talk.
Myeloid Cells and Cardiovascular Health
Dr. Matthias Nahrendorf discusses current concepts of cell supply by the hematopoietic system, highlights open questions, and describes imaging tools for studying monocytes, macrophages and their progenitors.