Rainbow Heart

ISCRM Researchers Use Rainbow Reporters to Examine Proliferation of Engrafted Heart Cells

April 19, 2021 | Categories: Core Faculty, Heart Regeneration, Research, Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , ,

ISCRM investigators use rainbow cell technology to demonstrate that injected heart cells proliferate, a finding that could help researchers enhance the efficacy of cell therapy for heart disease and other conditions. Read More

ISCRM Researchers Pursue Personalized Medicine for Heart Failure

December 3, 2020 | Categories: Award, Research | Tagged: , , , ,

With a Collaborative Science Award from the American Heart Association Jen Davis, Farid Moussavi-Harami , and Tom Daniel are on a mission to develop new tools to help cardiologists personalize treatments for certain heart diseases too. Read More

ISCRM Researchers Discover “Missing Piece” of the Heart Regeneration Puzzle

August 21, 2019 | Categories: Announcements, Research | Tagged: , , , ,

Nearly 18 million people die each year from heart disease, making it the leading cause of death in the world. In the United States alone, the annual economic impact of heart disease exceeds $200 billion, a figure that is expected to rise dramatically. Read More

A monitor displays human embryonic stem cells under a microscope at the South Lake Union Campus. Based on environmental conditions

Give your heart a break

December 3, 2012 | Categories: Research | Tagged: ,

UW geneticists have recently come across a discovery that can possibly help alleviate the high prevalence of heart disease, which could have profound implications in the field of medicine. Researchers, including Charles Murry, director of the Center for Cardiovascular Biology and co-director of the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM), discovered the gene MEIS-2 […] Read More