Research

Basic and clinical research activities at the University of Louisville Division of Cardiovascular Medicine

Better lives through research

The University of Louisville School of Medicine's Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is involved in many ground-breaking basic and clinical research studies focusing on heart disease.

The division collaborates with several programs and centers within the University of Louisville. That includes:

Institute for Molecular Cardiology: A synopsis of research done at the IMC can be seen here (.pdf)

Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute - A synopsis of research done at the Envirome Institute can be seen here (.pdf)

Diabetes and Obesity Center - A multidisciplinary Diabetes and Obesity Center was established at the University of Louisville in 2008.The Center has fostered the career development of both junior and senior investigators, including the DeFilippis Lab. Within its history, several junior investigators have acquired independent federal funding. Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Center has also expanded and integrated on-going programs, and has established a cohesive and productive research team.