Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Center for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research
Roanoke, VA, US
Small Business (1-10M TTM Revenue)
The VTCRI Center for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research serves as a nexus for cardiovascular research teams exploring basic research questions about the heart.
Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Virginia Biosciences Health Research Corporation, and other funding institutions, four top researchers—Drs. Robert Gourdie, Steven Poelzing, John Chappell, and James Smyth—lead independent, yet linked, cardiovascular research teams.
With heart disease the nation’s leading killer, these teams are working to understand how the heart develops, how it becomes damaged, and, ultimately, how it can be repaired. They are also mapping out fundamental properties of the heart, such as how it conducts electricity. Together, they are delving into new strategies for healing the heart.
|Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Center for Heart and Regenerative Medicine Research 2 Riverside Circle Roanoke, VA, 24016 United States
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