Dr. John Granton

Respirologist · University Health Network

Dr. Granton is an eminent respirologist with Toronto's University Health Network

Treatment and Prognostic Studies in Pulmonary Hypertension Neurohormonal Activation in Pulmonary Hypertension Eisenmenger Syndrome Exercise Physiology Heart-Lung Interactions

James Dahlman

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

James Dahlman uses molecular biology to rationally design the genetic drugs he delivers.

Vascular and Immunoengineering DNA Barcoded Nanoparticles Drug Delivery CRISPR Gene Editing

Dr. Eric Horlick

Interventional Cardiologist · University Health Network

Dr. Eric Horlick is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Toronto.

Cardiology Clinical Research Interventional Cardiology Aortic Valve Disease

Dr. Christopher Feindel

Cardiac Surgeon · University Health Network

Dr. Feindel is Professor of Surgery and has been an academic cardiac surgeon for 30 years.

Mitral Valve Repair Aortic Valve Repair Clinical Outcomes and Databases Cardiovascular Disease Pulmonary Hypertension

Jigarkumar Parikh

Co-Leader, Genito-Urinary Oncology Program · Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University

Dr. Parikh is a medical oncologist specializing in kidney cancer, prostate cancer, bladder cancer and melanoma.

Oncology Bone Cancer Bladder Cancer Kidney Cancer Melanoma

Joseph DeSimone, Ph.D.

Chancellor's Eminent Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

DeSimone’s lab uses nanotechnology to engineer new disease treatment approaches, as well as 3D printing to engineer novel medical devices.

3-D Printing Nanotechnology Innovation Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering

Seungik Baek

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering · Michigan State University

Dr. Baek is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University.

Computational and Statistical Interventions for Vascular Disease Vascular Growth and Remodeling Cardiovascular Mechanics Mechanobiology and Tissue Engineering

Daniel Kim-Shapiro

Professor of Physics & Harbert Family Distinguished Chair for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship · Wake Forest University

Kim-Shapiro is an expert on nitric oxide, a signaling molecule that is important in maintaining adequate blood flow.

Blood Flow Clotting Nitric Oxide Dysfunction Blood Storage Transfusions Cardiovascular Health Sickle Cell Disease

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