Vascular Discovery 2020 Invited Lecturer Louisa Iruela-Arispe, PhD, describes her recent work exploring the molecular mechanisms contributing to recovery after cardiovascular injury.
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Science News
Epigenetic Regulation of the Notch Signaling Pathway Modulates Macrophage/T Cell Phenotype and Impairs Diabetic Wound Healing

Frank Michael Davis | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

  • RESULTS: Epigenetic regulation of the notch signaling pathway modulates macrophage/T cell phenotype and impairs diabetic wound healing.
  • Davis' Abstract
Brinkhous Winner: Evaluating the Impact of Thrombocytopenia and Platelet Transfusion on Bleeding and Thrombosis in the Setting of Anti-Platelet Therapy

Robert H Lee | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

  • RESULTS: Study informs about DAPT safety in thrombocytopenia and best use of platelet transfusion for bleeding reversal.
  • Lee's Abstract
Brain Emotional Activity Is Associated With Acute Plaque Instability Via Enhanced Macrophage Activity

Dong Oh Kang | Multimodal Imaging and Theranostic Lab, Cardiovascular Ctr, Korea Univ Guro Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of

Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Aggravate T Cell-Mediated Plaque Inflammation in Experimental Atherosclerosis

Kikkie Poels | Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • RESULTS: Immune checkpoint inhibitors aggravate T cell-mediated plaque inflammation in experimental atherosclerosis.
  • Poels' Abstract
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