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Research Field Cardiovascular

Biomaterials at the Heart of Regeneration

| Matteo Santin, Stefan Jockenhövel, and Garry Duffy

How to mend a broken heart? The latest biomaterials for cardiac regenerative medicine.

Research Field Cardiovascular

Wait and iPSC

| William Aryitey

iPSCs could protect patients by predicting drug-induced cardiotoxicity

Disease Area Cardiovascular

Light Hearted

| William Aryitey

UV radiation can control cardiomyocyte function – with intriguing therapeutic possibilities

Disease Area Cardiovascular

Image of the Month

| Charlotte Barker

A partially recellularized human whole-heart cardiac scaffold

Disease Area Cardiovascular

How to Unharden the Heart

| William Aryitey

Understanding how blood vessels calcify could help prevent cardiovascular disease

Research Field Cardiovascular

State-of-the-Heart Tissue Models

| John Ahrens and Joseph C. Wu

A decade after Shinya Yamanaka brought us induced pluripotent stem cells, our ability to generate an endless supply of human heart cells is being put to good use in research and development.

Research Field Cardiovascular

One Man’s Trash…

| William Aryitey

Researchers dive through genetic “junk” to discover a small protein with lots of heart

Tools & Techniques Cardiovascular

Lessons I’ve Learned, With Jenny Van Eyk

| Jennifer Van Eyk

From hardcore peptide biochemist to translational scientist, it’s been an unconventional journey for Jennifer Van Eyk, Director of the Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles.

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