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Unbridled enthusiasm

How and why Louisville became an epicenter of cardiovascular stem cell research. By Atul R. Chugh, MD As we say goodbye to events that define Louisville’s position on an international stage with celebrations such as the Kentucky Derby, Thunder over Louisville and various other arts and social happenings, I am almost embarrassed to admit that before moving here, I had no idea

Leadership changes announced by Cardiovascular Innovation Institute

Laman Gray, M.D., a pioneer in heart disease research and the development and use of cardiovascular assist devices and artificial organs, has been named executive director of the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute. Gray will continue in his role as medical director of CII. Roberto Bolli, M.D., has been named the scientific director and Stuart Williams, Ph.D.,

Patients receiving stem cell therapy showing improvement

UofL, Brigham and Women’s/Harvard researchers also report no safety issues in phase I trial Marked sustained improvement in all patients with zero adverse effects. For a phase I clinical trial, these results are the Holy Grail. Yet researchers from the University of Louisville and Brigham and Women’s Hospital today reported just such almost-never-attained data.

UofL Health Sciences Center faculty recognized for health care excellence

Seven faculty members or programs at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center are among the finalists for the 2012 Medical News MediStar Awards. Winners will be announced at the sixth annual MediStar Awards presentation on Tuesday, May 22 at the Hyatt Regency Louisville.

From bench to bedside: NIH grant establishes cardiac clinical research center at UofL

UofL among seven sites nationwide for Cardiac Cell Therapy Research Network To paraphrase Yogi Berra: It’s déjà vu all over again – with a twist. A University of Louisville researcher known for his prowess at winning competitive grants from the National Institutes of Health has won another one – his first for clinical research.