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.

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Lab news

October 2021 – Our book chapter is published in Vascular Tissue Engineering: Methods and Protocols

October 2021 – Meghan's review paper on in vitro flow chambers is published in the Journal of Biomechanical Engineering

October 2021 – Hillary is named as an ARCS scholar. Congrats, Hillary!

September 2021 – Hillary joins our lab as a graduate student. Welcome, Hillary!

August 2021 – Novella is awarded a National Research Service Award (F-31) by the NIH NHLBI. Congrats, Novella!

May 2021 – Meghan's paper on cytoskeletal alignment is published in Biochemical Biophysical Research Communications

April 2021 – Novella and Meghan present their work at the Society for Biomaterials Conference

April 2021 – Novella is awarded a Student Travel Achievement Recognition (STAR) from the Society for Biomaterials. Congrats, Novella!

April 2021 – Novella receives a predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association. Congrats, Novella!

March 2021 – Rick receives a training grant in critical care research. Congrats, Rick!

March 2021 – Meghan's collaboration on platelet signaling is published in the American Journal of Physiology. Cell Physiology

February 2021 – Pat's paper on the total artificial heart is published in Artificial Organs

December 2020 – Novella's paper on surface modification of a collagen-mimicking peptide is published in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology