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Cardiovascular

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

Getting to the Heart of the Matter

| Jonathan James

How a combinatorial approach to assessing coronary heart disease could improve diagnosis.

Disease Area Professional development

A Second Tour of Duty… Lessons Learned with Annalisa Jenkins

| James Strachan

Annalisa explains how the military gave her an excellent platform to launch a high-level career in pharma.

Disease Area Pain & critical care

Resisting Arrest

| Roisin McGuigan

Could resonance Raman spectroscopy be the key to your heart?

Outside the Lab Cardiovascular

Innovation Versus Exnovation

| Roisin McGuigan

Sometimes, medical innovation may need to go backwards to go forwards

Disease Area Outcomes research

A Stitch in Time

| Roisin McGuigan

Recent research finds that it may be best to have heart surgery after lunch

Disease Area Analytical science

The Game Is Up

| Joanna Cummings

Thin layer chromatography and SERS track down Viagra in adulterated healthcare products.

Disease Area Biomedical engineering

How to Disappear Completely

| Roisin McGuigan

Developing stents for coronary artery disease that don’t outstay their welcome.

Disease Area Biomedical engineering

Growing a Greener Heart

| Joshua Gershlak

The answer to biomedically engineering cardiac scaffolds may lie with plants

Disease Area Cardiovascular

The Heart of Translation

| Douglas L. Mann

Douglas L. Mann, Lewin Professor and Chief, Cardiovascular Division, Washington University

Disease Area Cardiovascular

Embracing Robotics with Heart

| William Aryitey

A heart-hugging cardiac sleeve could help restore heart function

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