2018 Poster Session Winners- 21st Annual Gill Heart Association Cardiovascular Research Day

The 21st Annual Gill Heart Association Cardiovascular Research Day was a huge success, thanks to  the expectional presentations from our trainees,staff, and featured speakers! This year featured over 60 poster...

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Cardiovascular Research Day: Downloads and Links

Research Blitz JudgingDetailed Event ScheduleBrief Event Schedule2018 Abstract Book

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Posted - Sep 20Read More

21st Annual Cardiovascular Research Day - A Look Ahead at the Day

The 21st Annual Gill Heart Cardiovascular Research Day is this Friday, September 21! Overview of the Day:The event will be held at the Lexington Convention Center, Bluegrass Ballrooms.  Participant Check-In...

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Posted - Sep 18Read More

High-density lipoprotein inhibits serum amyloid A–mediated reactive oxygen species generation and NLRP3 inflammasome activation

Preetha Shridas, Maria C. De Beer, Nancy WebbDOI: amyloid A (SAA) is a high-density apolipoprotein whose plasma levels can increase more than...

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Posted - Sep 13Read More

Trainee Presentations - 2018 Cardiovascular Research Day

This year’s Cardiovascular Research Day welcomes four trainee presentations from across several areas of the university. Two blocks of trainee presentations will highlight unique studies into cardiovascular...

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Posted - Sep 6Read More

Drebrin - a New Player in Angiotensin II-induced Aortopathies

Sawada, H., B. C. Wright, J. Z. Chen, H. S. Lu, and A. Daugherty August 2018 - no abstract Despite major advances in hypertension therapy, even optimally treated...

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Posted - Aug 28Read More

Featured Speaker Highlights: 2018 Cardiovascular Research Day

Click here to register for Research DayFeatured SpeakersMary McDermott, M.D.Jeremiah Stamler Professor, Northwestern University Feinberg School of MedicineMary M. McDermott MD is the Jeremiah Stamler Professor...

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Posted - Aug 21Read More

Serum Amyloid A Is an Exchangeable Apolipoprotein

Patricia G. Wilson, Joel C. Thompson, Preetha Shridas, Patrick J. McNamara, Maria C. de Beer*, Frederick C. de Beer*, Nancy R. Webb*, Lisa R. Tannock* Objective— SAA (serum amyloid A) is a family of acute-...

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Posted - Aug 15Read More

Registration Now Open for the 2018 Cardiovascular Research Day

Registration is now open for the 21st annual University of Kentucky Gill Heart Institute Cardiovascular Research Day! Hurry, registration and abstract submission closes on September 7. Click Here to Register!...

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Posted - Aug 1Read More

2018 Saha Awardees Announced

The Saha Cardiovascular Research Center is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Saha Awards for Cardiovascular Research and Education.  The Saha Awards are given to encourage and support staff and...

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Posted - May 23Read More

Postdoctoral Research Scientist Position Available in Vascular Biology

The Laboratory of Dr. Lisa Cassis within the University of Kentucky (UK) School of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences is seeking to fill a Postdoctoral Research Scientist...

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Posted - May 11Read More

2018 Saha Awards Now Accepting Applications

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Saha Awards. The Saha Awards are given to encourage and support staff and students with an interest in and dedication to cardiovascular medicine. Each award...

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Posted - Apr 4Read More

UK HealthCare Physicians Are Named to 2017-18 Best Doctors in America

UK HealthCare has more than 130 physicians practicing medicine with University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital, Kentucky Children's Hospital, UK Good Samaritan Hospital who appear on the Best Doctors...

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Posted - Mar 26Read More

"Serum amyloid A3 is pro-atherogenic"

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:Serum amyloid A (SAA) predicts cardiovascular events. Overexpression of SAA increases atherosclerosis development; however, deficiency of two of the murine acute phase isoforms, SAA1.1 and...

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"Researcher, Heal Thyself?"

“You see doctor, when I found out you had Marfan syndrome and I saw that you were pregnant, I felt so jealous I could not stand it. Then I realized, if you did it, maybe I could, too.”     My mind raced with...

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Posted - Feb 22Read More

How is an Olympian's Heart Different?

It's common knowledge that exercise is good for our muscles. Regular workouts help tone the muscle we have and build more muscle on top of that.But the heart is a muscle too. When you exercise, your heart "...

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Posted - Feb 19Read More