How a combinatorial approach to assessing coronary heart disease could improve diagnosis.
Annalisa explains how the military gave her an excellent platform to launch a high-level career in pharma.
Could resonance Raman spectroscopy be the key to your heart?
Sometimes, medical innovation may need to go backwards to go forwards
Recent research finds that it may be best to have heart surgery after lunch
Thin layer chromatography and SERS track down Viagra in adulterated healthcare products.
Developing stents for coronary artery disease that don’t outstay their welcome.
The answer to biomedically engineering cardiac scaffolds may lie with plants
Douglas L. Mann
Douglas L. Mann, Lewin Professor and Chief, Cardiovascular Division, Washington University
A heart-hugging cardiac sleeve could help restore heart function
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