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Metabolism, Obesity, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disorders

The interrelated nature of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, and metabolic disorders has become a major scientific and health concern, with each condition capable of contributing to the development and progression of the others. The increasing prevalence of these conditions, particularly in an aging population, highlights the need for an innovative and multidisciplinary approach to research and treatment. To effectively address the complex interplay between these conditions and improve patient outcomes, a forward-thinking and scientifically rigorous approach to diagnosis and treatment strategies is required.


Team Members
Hal Skopicki, Cardiology (Lead)
David Rubenstein, Biomedical Engineering
Andreas Kalogeropoulos, Cardiology
David Montrose, Cancer Center
Elinor Schoenfeld, Family, Population & Preventive Medicine
Josephine Connolly-Schoonen, Family, Population & Preventive Medicine
OPD Rep: Cristina Felton