Winter Quarterly

Upcoming Events & Seminars

Mar March 04 Wed 2015

"Pulmonary Hypertension associated with drugs and toxins: A Primer"

Vinicio de Jesus Perez, MD
Noon @ Falk Library

Mar March 04 Wed 2015

Faculty Club
Sanjiv Narayan
4:30 pm @ Lorry Lokey (SIM1) G1161

Mar March 10 Tue 2015

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Science
"Does the Cardiac Stem Cell Matter?"
James T. Willerson, MD

President, Texas Heart Institute
4pm @ Clark Center

Mar March 26 Thu 2015

Annual Heart Transplant Reunion
RSVP by March 19, 2015

May May 08-09 Fri-Sat 2015

Featured Event

May May 22 Fri 2015

Gootter Grand Slam
10th Anniversary Gala Dinner
March 7, 2015
Westin La Paloma in Tucson, AZ

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Emerging Stories

  • The awards are the third in the agency’s “tools and technology” grants, which encourage researchers to develop new methods and techniques to overcome stumbling blocks in the field.

  • The funding will establish the Stanford Human Systems Immunology Center, and will accelerate efforts to develop vaccines for the world's most deadly infectious diseases.

  • This February during Heart Month, and especially during Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week (February 7-14), the Adult Congenital Heart Association wants to educate the public about CHD—specifically that congenital heart defects are the number one birth defect and that they require lifelong care.

CVI T32 Training Grant on "Mechanism and Innovation in Vascular Disease" renewed till June 2020. Congratulations to Drs. Ronald Dalman and Phil Tsao.

For this year’s Retreat, we asked our selected members to dig deep into the past and project the future of their specialties. Whether it’s clinical science, imaging, stem cells, big data, women’s health or biomaterials and devices, the goal is to propel research that ensures a future in which we minimize damaging one of nature’s most delicate organs.

In his work, Gambhir, who has particular interest in cancer biology and gene therapy, combines advances in molecular and cell biology with those in biomedical imaging.

Circulation: "Prasugrel Plus Aspirin Beyond 12 Months Is Associated With Improved Outcomes After Taxus Liberte Paclitaxel-Eluting Coronary Stent Placement"

NEJM: "Twelve or 30 Months of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy after Drug-Eluting Stents"

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Biomarker Discovery Technology Series

First Monday of every month
Next session: March 2, 2014
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CVI Report

Cardiovascular Institute Leadership

Joseph C. Wu, MD, PhD

  • Director, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute
  • Professor, Department of Medicine/Cardiology & Radiology

Robert A. Harrington, MD

  • Director of Clinical Investigation, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute
  • Arthur L. Bloomfield Professor of Medicine
  • Chair, Department of Medicine 

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