Category: Heart & Vascular Excellence
Can Hydrogen Gas After Ischemia Protect the Brain? UVA Health Research Answers Key Cardiothoracic Questions
A recap of key results of UVA Health cardiology research presented at the Southern Thoracic Surgical Association’s (STSA) 70th Annual Meeting.
UVA Health Research Reveals Causal Relationship Between Y Chromosome Loss & Heart Failure
UVA Health-led research reveals a major reason why men age faster and how cardiologists could decrease this disparity with antifibrotics.
UVA Health Researchers Uncover Chemo Drug’s Potential to Treat Heart Failure
A tool created by UVA Health researchers is identifying new treatments for heart failure in drugs approved by the FDA for blood cancer.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Antonio Abbate, MD, PhD, Studies the Immune System’s Role in Heart Disease
Antonio Abbate, MD, PhD, researches the role of the body's immune system in the development of heart disease and injury at UVA Health.
Can AI Maximize Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy for Better Patient Outcomes?
Collaborative AI research at UVA Health expands and improves CRT treatment for patients with heart failure or heart rhythm disorders.
UVA Health Earns Top Honors for Heart Care & Blood Pressure Research
A seminal discovery in blood pressure regulation plus robust offerings earns national and global recognition.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Jonathan R Lindner, MD, Advanced Heart Imaging & Innovative Therapies
Jonathan R. Lindner, MD, is vice-chief of cardiology research at UVA Health. His lab focuses on advanced imaging and its role in treating heart disease.
Anakinra Vs Heart Inflammation: UVA Health Leads Research into Future Heart Failure Treatments
UVA Health's Antonio Abbate, MD, leads research mining the inflammation/immune system connection to find new heart failure treatments.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Coleen McNamara, MD, Immunology & Cardiovascular Disease
Coleen McNamara, MD, focuses on how the immune system affects cardiovascular disease. See more about her research and how it impacts medicine.
How Delaying Extubation Improves Heart Surgery Outcomes
Researchers at UVA Health recently made an important discovery that could improve outcomes for cardiac surgery patients, cutting down on reintubations and rehospitalizations.