Science News : BCVS 2014 : Tuesday

Updated:Jul 15,2014


Welcome to Tuesday's Science News coverage from Las Vegas, NV.

Burns C. Blaxall, PhD, FAHA, Program Co-Chair of BCVS 2014, explains the focus of this year's Session.Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD, provides an overview of the science she presented on identifying modifier genes.


TUESDAY, JULY 15
 Genotype-phenotype Interactions in Cardiomyopathy
Elizabeth McNally | University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
(See Exclusive Video Above)

Related Science:
 An Integrative Approach to Sarcomeric Cardiomyopathies: From Computation to Animal Models (PDF)
Jil Tardiff | University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Related Science:
 The Cardiosplenic Axis in Heart Failure (PDF)
Sumanth Prabhu | University of Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL

Related Science:
 Myocardial Reductive Stress (PDF)
Ivor J. Benjamin | Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Related Science:


Photos from BCVS 2014
Attendees visit daily Poster Sessions where they get a chance to interact with presenters.BCVS 2014 Poster Sessions presenters are eager to discuss their findings with colleagues.

Professional Online Network

Connect with over 30,000 heart and stroke professionals.

Connect with AHA Scientific Sessions

Follow AHAMeetings on Twitter
Like AHA Scientific Sessions on Facebook

Scientific Sessions 2015

Save the Date for Sessions 2015 - Nov. 7-11 in Orlando!

Emerging Science Series

Emerging Science Series Webinar