This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Dr. Matthias Nahrendorf, professor of radiology, Richard Moerschner Endowed MGH Research Institute Chair in Men’s Health, and Director of Mouse Imaging at the MGH center for systems biology. Dr. Nahrendorf’s laboratory focuses on the study of the molecular processes - particularly of innate immune cells - during the healing phase of myocardial infarction, and he recently joined us for a webinar to discuss current concepts of cell supply by the hematopoietic system, lineage relationships, and systems’ cross talk, and to describe imaging tools for studying monocytes, macrophages and their progenitors.
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Associated Webinar: Myeloid Cells and Cardiovascular Health
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