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Heart Failure Model Could Boost Drug Research
American Heart Association Funds Miller School Student for Research Aimed at Regenerating Heart Tissue
Researchers on the Trail to Unraveling Long COVID-19
CTSI Spotlight: Lina Shehadeh, Ph.D.
Aptamers May Hold Clue to Treating Heart Failure.
Dr. Lina Shehadeh Recognized for Innovative Cardiovascular Research.
Researchers Find Key Mechanism Leading to Vascular Calcification
Young Investigator Wins NIH Grant to Study Age-Related Atherosclerosis.
Seven Miller School Trainees Recognized for Kidney Research
Miller School Cardiology Researcher Receives Federal Grant to Study Signaling in Heart Failure
Dr. Lina Shehadeh Receives “Stop Heart Disease Researcher of the Year Award”.
Keyvan Yousefi, student at the Shehadeh lab, wins best poster award in Department of Medicine Research Day.
Collaborative Miller School Study Finds Potential Treatment for Rare Genetic Condition.
Miller School Researcher Receives $1.5 Million Grant to Study Role of Osteopontin in Heart Failure
Researchers Gain Insight into How Heart Failure Develops in People with Chronic Kidney Disease
Diversity Supplement Award Extends Areas of Investigation for Faculty’s Funded RO1
UM Cardiologists Present Research Findings at American Heart Association
Miller School Student Wins American Heart Association Scholarship Competition
Post-Doc Associate’s Work Highlighted at AHA Basic Cardiovascular Conference
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