Travis Antes, PhD
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Travis Antes, PhD, earned his bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Texas A&M University, then pursued his master's degree and doctorate in molecular and cell biology from the University of Texas, Dallas. Antes and his colleagues are researching the molecular factors involved in exosome signaling to develop novel applications in human regenerative medicine.
Linda Cambier, PhD
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Linda Cambier, PhD, is researching the cardioprotective role of cardiosphere-derived cells following ischemia-reperfusion injury. Currently, his work is focused on gaining a better understanding of the endogenous cardiac and inflammatory responses governing repair.
Jae Hyung Cho, MD
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Jae Hyung Cho, MD, is researching the mechanisms of arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Cho earned his medical degree from University of Ulsan, Korea, and trained in internal medicine at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Cho is currently a doctoral candidate in the Cedars-Sinai Graduate Program.
James Dawkins, DVM
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Geoffrey de Couto, PhD
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Geoffrey de Couto, PhD, is researching the cardioprotective role of cardiosphere-derived cells following ischemia-reperfusion injury. Currently, his work is focused on gaining a better understanding of the endogenous cardiac and inflammatory responses governing repair.
Lilian Grigorian, MD, PhD
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The research focus of Lilian Grigorian, MD, PhD, is on cardiac regeneration post cardiosphere-derived cell treatment. She uses both small and large animal models of ischemic cardiomyopathy to evaluate the biological mechanisms that tune cardiac regeneration. Furthermore, she studies the mechanisms that target vessel density, cardiomyocytes hypertrophy, and cardiac fibrosis post-myocardial infarction, with a scope to uncover new pathways to regenerate the dysfunctional myocardium.
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Peter Kilfoil, PhD
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Peter Kilfoil, PhD, is researching the electrophysiological remodeling that occurs during heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Currently, his work focuses on elucidating changes in calcium handling and excitation-contraction coupling consequent to this disease, and understanding the contribution of these changes to cardiac dysfunction.
Weixin "Jane" Liu
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Kristin Luther, PhD
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Kristin Luther, PhD, is interested in the mechanisms by which the exosomes produced by cardiosphere-derived cells induce cardioprotection and angiogenesis in the context of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. She is exploring how exosomes modulate gene expression and activate signaling pathways in different cardiac cell types.
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Hoang "Kim" Nguyenle
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Russell Rogers, PhD
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Russell Rogers, PhD, is researching the efficacy of cardiosphere-derived cells (CDCs) to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy. His work focuses on developing clinically relevant treatment paradigms to attenuate the pathology in both the heart and skeletal muscle. In addition, he investigates the mechanisms related to the potency of CDCs to identify candidates for next-generation therapeutics.
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