Establishing an infrastructure for efficient tissue retrieval to support vascular research at the Medical College of Wisconsin
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Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in both Wisconsin and the United States. Commonly referred to as heart disease, it is caused by a build-up of plaque that clogs arteries and leads to chest pain and heart attacks. Evidence suggests that these situations develop from the dysfunction of small blood vessels within the heart. This microvascular dysfunction can be studied through discarded fat tissue, which contains large amounts of these micro vessels.
Through this award, project investigators will establish a collaborative research environment to make the collection and study of these tissues more efficient, building a foundation for further research that can improve understanding and advance knowledge to improve cardiovascular health in Wisconsin.
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