Cardiovascular research

The Hinds Lab researches the development, progression, and treatment of cardiovascular disease. We are particularly interested in the fetal development of the heart, endothelial cell regulation of the progression of cardiovascular disease, and cardiovascular devices for the treatment of diseases.

We are currently recruiting a postdoc and RA2 to join our lab. If you are interested please contact us with your CV and research interests.

Read more about our research.
Visit the faculty profile of Monica Hinds.
Learn about cardiovascular research at the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Explore other areas of research in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Lab news

November 2023 –Hillary presents her work at a NAVBO In focus session

November 2023 –Hillary’s paper on developmental effects of maternal nutrition is published in Frontiers in Physiology

November 2023 –Hillary and Deirdre present our work at the Oregon Bioengineering Symposium

October 2023 – Meghan, Hillary, Allison, and Deirdre present our work at the Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in Seattle, WA

August 2023 – Allison wins best poster award for her presentation at the Equity Research Program

August 2023 – Deirdre presents our work at the Symposium on Biodegradable Metals Conference in Cetraro, Italy

July 2023 – Theodora presents our work at the AHA BCVS meeting in Boston, MA

July 2023 – Hillary is awarded the Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) T32 award. Congrats, Hillary!

July 2023 – Meghan's paper on graduate student mentorship of undergraduate students is published in Biomedical Engineering Education

June 2023 – Hillary presents her work at Vasculata in New Orleans, LA

June 2023 – Meghan's paper on blocking FXI in autoimmune diseases is published in Metab Brain Dis

April 2023 – The lab is awarded a new NIH R01 to study Biodegradable metals in vascular applications with collaborators at Michigan Technological University. Congrats, team!

April 2023 Meghan is awarded the Student Travel Achievement Recognition (STAR) by the Society for Biomaterials. Congrats, Meghan!

April 2023 – Meghan and Deirdre present their work at the Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA

April 2023 Deirdre's collaborative work with the University of Waterloo on vascular graft biomaterial modification and characterization is published in Bioactive Materials

March 2023 Deirdre is awarded an ActaBiomaterialia Reviewer Award for 2022. Congrats, Deirdre!