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Dr. Sue P. Duckles delivered this year’s Paul M. Vanhoutte Distinguished Lectureship in Vascular Pharmacology titled “Vascular Mysteries More than the Sum of the Part”.
EB 2014 Division for Cardiovascular Pharmacology Best Abstract Competition winners are...
EB 2014 CVP Program Synopses CVP had a very successful round of symposia at EB 2014.
The Cardiovascular Pharmacology Division has many exciting activities planned at EB 2014 in San Diego, April 26 - 30. Click on the above link to view a list of these activities.
Dr. R. Clinton Webb is the Herbert S. Kupperman Chair in Cardiovascular Disease at the Medical College of Georgia and Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Physiology. His research interests focus on the physiology of the cardiovascular system, with particular emphasis on hypertension and erectile dysfunction.
A Celebration of the 10 Year Anniversary of the Cardiovascular Pharmacology Division’s Trainee Showcase, Formerly Junior Scientists’ Competition. Click on the above link for a slideshow of Past Winners of the Trainee Showcase, Formerly Known as the Junior Scientists’ Competition.
The Lectures on Demand
that were available on the old Division web site have now been migrated
to the new site and can be accessed from the left menu bar. These are
PowerPoint presentations that you can view online or download to use in
your teaching. Thanks to Nancy Rusch, Garrett Gross and Ed Jackson for
making them available.
The Division for Cardiovascular Pharmacology serves members with interests in all aspects of cardiovascular pharmacology research from the molecular level to whole animal studies. Specific areas include, but are not limited to, mechanisms of cardiovascular drug action, autonomic pharmacology, cell signaling, cardiac pharmacology, endothelial and smooth muscle cell pharmacology, thrombosis, blood vessel wall interactions, and mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of cardiac, renal, pulmonary and cerebral vascular disease, including hypertension, coronary artery disease and stroke.
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