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Focus areas The pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) Mechanisms, characterization, and treatment of pulmonary hypertension Hemodynamics of heart failure, ...
Focus areas Neuromuscular function of the esophagus and pelvic floor in health and disease using dynamic esophageal pressure topographical mapping Therapeutic outcomes following individualized endoscopic treatments based on motor pat...
DiBaise focuses on the: Clinical utility of tests used in the diagnosis of motility disorders and the treatment of gastroparesis, chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, irritable bowel syndrome, and short bowel syndrome Role of gut m...
Grover regularly conducts clinical trials to help facilitate expansion of treatment options for IBS and other functional disorders of the gut.
Specifically, I am involved in several funded research projects which are examining obesity treatment outcomes, nicotine dependence treatment, and physical activity interventions.
She is also interested in how problems that occur in childhood and young adulthood, such as traumatic brain injury, obesity, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism, contribute to the lifetime need for care.
Oklu's work includes novel biomaterials as a tool to treat acute and chronic bleeding, bioengineering approaches to deliver and to capture drugs or byproducts of metabolism, biosensors on intravascular and indwelling catheters, and new medical device...
A better understanding of cellular mechanisms and metabolic functions will lead to better treatment outcomes for diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease and cancer.
Lerman's team is engaged in short-term and long-term studies to establish mechanisms of renal and cardiac injury and adaptation to cardiovascular risk factors; the metabolic syndrome; obesity; and atherosclerosis, including vascular ...
Chang studies what causes insulin resistance in women with PCOS in order to prevent the development of obesity, diabetes and other risk factors for heart disease.
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