CPVB COBRE Vision

Effective therapies for blood vessel diseases, based on mechanistic understanding.

CPVB COBRE Mission

This vision will be accomplished through research of a group of outstanding investigators who are using cutting edge tools to understand diseases of the blood vessels.

Strategy

Strengthening and broadening of the CardioPulmonary Vascular Biology (CPVB) COBRE will provide the basis for new scientific collaborations, better understanding of blood vessel diseases, and improved treatments.

Meet the Investigators

Principal/Junior Investigators

Sean Monaghan, MD
Alan Morrison, MD, PhD
Hongwei Yao, PhD

Graduated Investigators

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Yang Zhou, PhD
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Funding Opportunities

Research Project Call for Applications

We are inviting applications for a Research Project Leader at the CardioPulmonary Vascular Biology Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (CPVB COBRE). The vision of the CPVB COBRE is to advance the understanding of vascular diseases affecting the pulmonary and cardiovascular systems.

Pilot Projects Program is Currently Closed

The Pilot Projects program is currently closed. Information about future pilot programs will be announced, please refer to our Twitter account for regular updates.

Kudos

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NIHES Awards R01 Funding to Jessica Plavicki, Ph.D for Toxicant Induced Dysregulation of Parvalbumin Interneuron Development and Function

Jessica Plavicki, Ph.D was awarded R01 funding for Toxicant Induced Dysregulation of Parvalbumin Interneuron Development and Function from the National Institute of Environmental Health Science.   This R01 is an "Outstanding Environmental Scientist Award" which provides an additional $250k in career development support.

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