Cardiovascular Center

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Dr. Ivor Benjamin,

Dr. Benjamin is a physician-scientist and general cardiology consultant who has research interests in the genetic basis of heart disease, myocardial infarction, and regenerative medicine. He has been actively engaged, along with his trainees and co-investigators, in basic and translational collaborative research for over two decades. Dr. Benjamin has a track record of innovative research exemplified by the NIH Director’s Pioneer Award, which has supported his commitment to transformative lines of investigation on signaling pathways linked to oxido-reductive stress and protein misfolding disorders in humans. Modeling of a complex multifactorial disorder such as atrial fibrillation presents both ‘high risk/high reward’ translational sciences for which there is no existing support for this work. Our multidisciplinary translational program is to exploit standard approaches (e.g., induced pluripotent stem cells, high throughput electrophysiological screening) to improve clinical decision making for therapeutic intervention and, ultimately, disease prevention.

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Vision and Mission

Vision: The Cardiovascular Community at Froedtert Hospital & the Medical College of Wisconsin aims to become the premier integrated Basic and Translational Academic Organization in the U.S.

Mission: The objective is to improve cardiovascular health in Southeast Wisconsin and beyond through innovative, cutting-edge research, and cost-efficient health care delivery.

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Center Faculty News

CVC Faculty News

News about Cardiovascular Center faculty, including grant awards, research projects, and lectures.

Recently Accepted Publication

Cardiovascular Medicine Fellow, Dr. Sharath Subramanian, has been recently published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This article explores whether high-dose statin treatment results in a reduction in periodontal inflammation.

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Cardiovascular Center Research

The mission of the Cardiovascular Center is to further develop strong and nationally recognized interdisciplinary cardiovascular research programs at the Medical College of Wisconsin and to promote comparable excellence in clinical care and education while developing community outreach.

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