Yale PET Scientists receive Early Career Investigator travel awards for 2019 BRAIN PET Meeting
Takuya Toyonaga, Xiaotian Fang, and Pragalath Sadasivam were awarded Early Career Investigator travel awards by the International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism (ISCBFM) to attend the BRAIN & BRAIN PET conference in Yokohama, Japan.
TAVR outcomes similar after 1 year in low-risk bicuspid, tricuspid aortic stenosis patients
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) outcomes after one year are comparable between low-risk patients with bicuspid and tricuspid aortic valves, according to new data presented at TVT 2021.Source: Cardiovascular Business
Cardiology fellows in Connecticut value contacts, help with job search and research opportunities over work-life balance, study finds
Early career advancement in academic medicine relies on mentorship. The MENTOR study aims to understand how different expectations and needs shape the experiences of cardiology fellows and their faculty mentors.
Patients with concurrent heart failure and kidney disease are not getting proper GDMT
Andi Shahu, MD, discusses “Kidney Function and Outcomes in Patients Hospitalized with Heart Failure." This study utilized the GWTG-HF registry and analyzed over 365k hospitalizations with heart failure.Source: American Heart Association
Mavacamten-Induced Cardiac Remodeling in HCM
HCM is a complex myocardial disorder with variegated genetic underpinnings with an apparent common pathobiology defined by enhanced cardiac actin-myosin interactions with resultant hypercontractility at the level of the cardiac sarcomere.Source: American College of Cardiology
Elderly Heart Transplant Patients Have 5-Year Survival Similar to Younger Recipients
Survival of elderly heart transplant recipients at five years is similar to that of younger recipients even though older adults are more likely to get organs from higher-risk donors, a recent study suggests.Source: Medscape