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Investigating the pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease through the application of wide ranging imaging technologies.
Advancing knowledge on the health care burden of heart failure to facilitate delivery of innovative and effective healthcare.
Researching new treatments for heart disease through the molecular genetics of cardiac muscle growth, death and regeneration.
Advancing our knowledge of cardiac muscle in heart failure through a better understanding of complex models from cells to patient tissues.
Undertaking first-in-human multidisciplinary studies in investigative and preventive cardiovascular medicine.
Understanding the genetic basis of cardiovascular disease in order to elucidate disease mechanisms and identify new therapeutic targets.
Understanding how blood vessels function and interact with platelets in health and disease to better understand and treat pulmonary arterial hypertension.
Studying the underlying mechanisms of inflammatory vascular diseases to identify therapeutic targets and more effective treatments.