News & Updates
Congratulations to Dr. Jingyan Han on her publication in Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, section Cardiovascular Metabolism. Alcohol binge drinking selectively stimulates protein S- glutathionylation in aorta and liver of ApoE −/− mice, by Kerstin Seidel, Xueping Wan, Mo Zhang, Yuxiang Zhou, Mengwei Zang, Jingyan Han. Article Link
Please join us in congratulating our Interim Director, Naomi Hamburg, MD, on her election to the Association of University Cardiologists.
February 5, 2021 Congratulations to our Vascular Biology section and Dr. Francesca Seta on the recent manuscript has publication in Circulation Research. CIRCRESAHA.120.316666
Using e-cigarettes damages the arteries and blood vessel function much like smoking traditional cigarettes, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, which was funded through the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science of the American Heart Association (AHA). “Many people believe e-cigarettes are safer than combustible cigarettes. In fact, More
The American Heart Association is investing nearly $17 million to fund a two-year research initiative, ENACT (End Nicotine Addiction in Children and Teens) led by scientists from Boston University School of Medicine, the Ohio State University and Yale University focusing on the health impacts of e-cigarettes and other nicotine delivery... More
Study conducted by Vascular Biology postdoctoral fellow Dr. Sana Majid finds that e-cigarettes impact cholesterol and heart health of smokers. “Those who vaped, the study found, had higher levels of unhealthy LDL cholesterol, on average, compared with nonsmokers. And levels of healthy HDL cholesterol were lower among people who used both traditional and... More