New publications on the protective effects of natriuretic peptide receptor C (NPR-C) in sinoatrial node dysfunction and atrial fibrillation in heart disease now published in JACC: Basic to Translational Science and Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology.
New publication in the Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology demonstrates the roles of electrical and structural remodeling in angiotensin II mediated atrial fibrillation.
Congratulations to Hailey Jansen who won the Young Investigators Competition at the recent Heart Rhythm Society Scientific Sessions meeting in Boston (May 9-12).
This year 'The Beat Goes On' gala has raised funds for arrythmia-related research, a high priority area of focus, at the Libin Cardiovascular Institute. See related video here.
New publication in The Journal of Physiology demonstrates the impacts of age and frailty on sinoatrial node function. Click here to read more.
Our new paper in The Journal of Physiology on aging and sinoatrial node function has been featured in a perspectives article, which can be read here. This paper has also been highlighted in the Faculty of 1000 as seen here.
Postdoctoral Fellowship and Graduate Student positions are available now. Click here for information.
New publication! We have written a comprehensive review of the electrophysiological effects of natriuretic peptides in the heart which is now available in Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. Click here to read more.
Robert Rose appears on CTV Atlantic News to discuss genetics in cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular research. Click here to view the report.
Cardiovascular research in the Maritimes is featured on the front page of the Halifax Chronicle Herald. Click here to read the article.
Robert Rose appears live on Global Maritime Mornings to discuss the importance of supporting cardiovascular research. Click here to view the report.
Our recent publication on wildtype and mutant atrial natriuretic peptides has been featured in the lastest issue of the journal Heart Rhythm. Click here to read more.