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Dr. Partha Dutta Awarded New R01

Congratulations to Dr. Partha Dutta who, with co-PI Dr. Radhika Muzumdar, was recently awarded a new NIH-NIA R01 titled, “Cardioprotective Role of Humanin in Aging.”

Dr. Prithu Sundd Receives Bayer Research Award to Study Hemophilic Arthropathy

Prithu Sundd, PhD, has received the Basic Research Award from the Bayer Hemophilia Awards Program to identify the mechanism underlying joint-damage in hemophilia.

Dr. Steve Chan Awarded New R01

Congratulations to Dr. Steve Chan who was recently awarded a new NHLBI R01 titled, “Frataxin deficiency as a cause of endothelial senescence in multiple subtypes of pulmonary hypertension.”

Postdoc Success in the VMI

Not to boast, but we think our postdocs and junior faculty are pretty amazing!

Celebrating VMI Women in Science

On International Women’s Day, and every day, we recognize the exceptional women faculty and staff of the VMI. In a particularly challenging year, our women leaders, researchers, trainees, and admins have overcome significant obstacles to do the work we value here.

Benign Hematology and Transfusion Medicine

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PH and Pulmonary Vascular Biology

Upcoming Research Seminars

What’s Happening in the VMI

Dr. Partha Dutta Awarded New R01

Dr. Partha Dutta Awarded New R01

Congratulations to Dr. Partha Dutta who, with co-PI Dr. Radhika Muzumdar, was recently awarded a new NIH-NIA R01 titled, “Cardioprotective Role of Humanin in Aging.”

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Dr. Steve Chan Awarded New R01

Dr. Steve Chan Awarded New R01

Congratulations to Dr. Steve Chan who was recently awarded a new NHLBI R01 titled, “Frataxin deficiency as a cause of endothelial senescence in multiple subtypes of pulmonary hypertension.”

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Welcome, Dr. Yvette Yien!

Welcome, Dr. Yvette Yien!

The Vascular Medicine Institute and Section of Benign Hematology are pleased to announce the addition of Yvette Yien, PhD, to our research community starting August 1, 2021.

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