Frank Lin was funded by 2021 Translational Research and Applied Medicine (TRAM) Pilot Grant to elucidate the role of inflammation in light chain amyloidosis pathophysiology.
Dr. Katharina Schimmel was chosen as a recipient of the 2019 Vevo Travel Award (Cardiology Track), sponsored by FUJIFILM VisualSonics Inc. for her cardiac imaging work in newborn mice.
Seema Dangwal was awarded with the SUMS Stanford Seed Grant
Alessandro Evangelisti was awarded with the Translational Medicine (TRAM) pilot grant
Katharina Schimmel was selected to receive the New Investigator Travel Award at the Basic Cardiovascular Sciences 2019 Scientific Sessions, to be held in Boston, Massachusetts. She was invited to present her work on cardiac regeneration in the Session "Next Best Thing" in Cardiovascular Research.
Katharina Schimmel was awarded the 2018 Stanford Cardiovascular Institute Travel Award for her abstract titled "Natural Compounds for the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiac Fibrosis and Diastolic Dysfunction". She will be presenting at the AHA Scientific Sessions 2018 in Chicago.
Dr. Kevin Alexander was awarded The American Heart Association-Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program Award. With this appointed 4-year grant, Dr. Alexander will conduct his research project titled “Novel molecular insights into V122I transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis”. He will work closely with Dr. Ronglih Liao and Dr. Ronald Witteles at the Stanford Amyloid Center.
The Liao lab was awarded a High Impact Research Project Grant from the Tobacco Related Disease Research Program of California (TRDRP) entitled “Tobacco regulation of amyloidogenic disease.”
The Liao lab received a High Impact Pilot Research Award from the Tobacco Related Disease Research Program of California (TRDRP) entitled “Prenatal exposure of cigarette smoke impacts cardiac regeneration.”