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Recent studies have suggested a key role of stress granules in several neurodegenerative diseases.
Passos' research has shown that telomeres can sense stress and become irreparably damaged during aging in a variety of tissues and age-related diseases.
In patients with known or suspected ischemic heart disease, how should stress testing be used?
Bhagra studies the role of resilience in disease and wellness; the research conducted by her group revolves around testing the basic framework of resilience in disease, health and healthy aging.
Focus areas Regenerative therapy for cardiac diseases.
Bailey's research will help to delineate the role of behaviors (such as obesity and smoking) and genetics in the etiology of important diseases: cardiovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease an...
Therefore, mitochondrial diseases can be due to primary defects of the mitochondrial DNA or defects in genes of the nuclear DNA.
Coronary artery disease (including pharmacological stress testing) Myocardial infarction Cardiomyopathy Pericardial disease Hemochromotosis Congenital heart disease Valvular heart ...
The genetic and environmental interactions of the stress response system and the system's role in disease progression depend on heritable genetic factors, life-priming events and later life events that may trigger ...
We use exercise stress testing and nuclear cardiology imaging to predict patient outcomes in patients with known or suspected coronary artery disease.
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