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BIDMC study finds imaging scans can lead to new diagnoses, treatment plans.
The NIH has awarded BIDMC Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine Robert Gerszten, MD, an $11 million grant to identify the molecular changes that underlie physical activity.
New study from the Smith Center for Outcomes Research shows how the Affordable Care Act helps keep patients out of the hospital.
BIDMC’s Michael Gibson, MD, describes improved anticoagulant strategies for atrial fibrillation patients who undergo stenting.
Research in BIDMC’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine includes a wide range of investigations, from basic mechanistic studies to translational research and clinical trials. Built on a legacy of innovation, BIDMC’s Cardiovascular Research program is revealing key insights into heart health and disease — from the identification of predictive biomarkers to “big data” analyses that are transforming health care delivery for cardiovascular medicine.
Innovative new genomics and outcomes research, together with BIDMC’s longstanding programs in epidemiology research and disease prevention and pioneering clinical research programs in electrophysiology, cardiac imaging and interventional cardiology, is leading to important new discoveries. Learn more about our programs.
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