Andrew KadlecAndrew Kadlec

akadlec@mcw.edu

Research Interest

Cardiovascular Physiology, Exercise Physiology, Mitochondria and Aging

Education

BA, 2011, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Major: English

Research Experience

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008-2013
Advisor: Nancy Sweitzer, MD PhD
Project: Multiple clinical projects investigating the pathophysiology of Heart Failure and the Metabolic Syndrome

Publications

Gutterman, D. D., Chabowski, D. S., Kadlec, A. O., Durand, M. J., Freed, J. K., Ait-Aissa, K., & Beyer, A. M. (2016). The Human Microcirculation Regulation of Flow and Beyond. Circulation Research, 118(1), 157-172.

Kadlec, A. O., Beyer, A. M., Ait-Aissa, K., & Gutterman, D. D. (2016). Mitochondrial signaling in the vascular endothelium: beyond reactive oxygen species. Basic Research in Cardiology, 111(3), 1-12.

Kadlec, A.O., Chabowski, D., Ait-Aissa, K. and Gutterman, D.D., 2016. Role of PGC-1α in Vascular Regulation Implications for Atherosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, pp.ATVBAHA-116.

Ait-Aissa, K., Ebben, J.D., Kadlec, A.O., Beyer, A.M, 2016. Friend or Foe? Telomerase as a Pharmacological target in Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease. Pharmacological Research.

Löffler AI, Cappola TP, Fang J, Hetzel SJ, Kadlec A, Astor B, Sweitzer NK. Effect of renal function on prognosis in chronic heart failure.  Am J Cardiol. 2015 Jan 1;115(1):62-8.

Meeting Abstracts

Kadlec A, Hockenberry JC, Beyer AM and Gutterman DD. PGC-1α Activation Confers Plasticity in the Mediator of Dilation in Healthy and Diseased Human Arterioles. The FASEB Journal. 2016;30:946.1. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 2016.

Chabowski DS, Kadlec AO, Ait-Aissa K, Hockenberry JC, Beyer AM and Gutterman DD. Lysophosphatidic Acid Promotes a Switch from Nitric Oxide to Hydrogen Peroxide as the Mediator of Flow-Induced Dilation in Human Arterioles. The FASEB Journal. 2016;30:lb778. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 2016.

Alexandra Goncharenko, Andrew Kadlec, Adam Bress, Shitalben Patel, Orly Vardeny, Vicki Gross, Thomas Stamos, Nancy K. Sweitzer, Lari Cavallari. "Epithelial Sodium Channel Genotype Is Associated with Elevated Potassium among Patients with Heart Failure Taking a Mineralocorticoid Receptor Antagonist." Sept 22-25 2013. Journal of Cardiac Failure, Vol. 19, Issue 8, S56.

Interests

reading, soccer, music, traveling, cooking, medical humanities

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