Oct. 18, 2014 - Dr. Roberto Bolli, MD, Receives Excellence in Research Award. The 19th Annual Doctor's Ball, hosted by the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, recognized Dr. Bolli's service and dedication to research aimed at saving the human heart. Learn More
May 13, 2014 - Institute of Molecular Cardiology wins MediStar Award. The Healthcare Innovation Award is presented to an organization that has developed a new procedure, device, service program or treatment that improves the delivery of medical care. Learn More
Feb 6, 2014 - UofL physicians at Jewish Hospital performed their 100th TransCatheter Aortic Valve replacement (TAVR). UofL Division of Cardiovascular Medicine's Michael Flaherty, M.D., Ph.D., and the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery's Matthew Williams, M.D., and Kendra Grubb, M.D., were part of the TAVR team. Please contact Michelle Hulsman, valve coordinator, at (502) 561-2180 for more information.
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“Incredible!” That’s how Mike Jones describes his life three and a half years after receiving stem cells as part of Dr. Roberto Bolli's groundbreaking SCIPIO trial. The study, in which twenty patients received their own cardiac stem cells, has transformed Mike Jones' life. Read more.
Institute of Molecular Cardiology (IMC) wins MediStar Award
The Healthcare Innovation Award is presented to an organization that has developed a new procedure, device, service program or treatment that improves the delivery of medical care. Under Bolli’s leadership, the (IMC) has become recognized worldwide as a leading cardiovascular research program for its contributions in ischemic heart disease, heart failure, diabetes and obesity and adult stem cell therapy for cardiac repair and regeneration. Learn More
Dr. Roberto Bolli receives AHA's Research Achievement Award
Roberto Bolli, M.D., FAHA, of the UofL Division of Cardiology has won the American Heart Association Research Achievement Award for 2013 "for the profound and lasting impact of his extraordinary contributions to cardiovascular research."