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De Motu Cordis

Fall 2019
De Motu Cordis is a reference to William Harvey’s 1628 treatise that first described the circulation of the blood pumped by the heart. Our new report surveys not only the immense potential of our faculty’s efforts but highlights how we incorporate our sense of inquiry and our comprehensive expertise to the bedside and clinic today.

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New Frontiers in Cardiovascular Research

A long-standing question in developmental biology relates to how blood vessels form functional perfused networks. Anne Eichmann, PhD, Ensign Professor of Medicine, and her team hope to gain insight into this process.

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