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Texas Heart Institute/Baker Institute Stem Cell Policy Series

On October 4, Texas Heart Institute and Baker Institute Center for Health and Biosciences will lead a panel discussion on H.B. 810, or “Charlie’s Law,” which was new legislation passed in the 85th Texas Legislative Session. Texas State Legislature members will join researchers from the organizations to discuss the scope and impact of the law on research and health care. To learn more and register to attend online, click here or visit our events page.


THI kicks off its International Symposium on Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine today with a keynote from Texas State Senator Paul Bettencourt

Dr. Taylor received the 4th Madrid Award for Excellence in Basic and Preclinical Cardiovascular Regenerative Research at the International Symposium on Stem Cell Therapy and Cardiovascular Innovations in Madrid this month.

Dr. Martin and his lab recently published study results in Nature that unveil new insights in the functionality of the Hippo pathway – a genetic pathway related to heart regeneration that was previously discovered by the lab’s researchers.

THI's Director of Electrophysiology Clinical Research & Innovations Dr. Mehdi Razavi and researchers at Rice University introduce a battery-less pacemaker at IEEE's International Microwave Symposium.

Dr. Doris Taylor was interviewed by the Portuguese Society of Cardiology during the organization's annual congress to discuss regenerative medicine and progress she has made to advance the field of cardiovascular care.

THI was recently recognized as a partner for support of two local Girl Scout Gold Award recipients. Read more about the inspiring projects both recipients developed in support of heart health education.

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Women's Stories from the Heart: Kimberly Connell

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Texas Heart Institute International Symposium on Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine
September 15-16, 2017

In the current landscape of development of the field of clinical regenerative medicine, it is important to share new findings and discuss and debate the state of the field in order to direct further development and build the framework for clinical implementation. Learn more about THI's International Symposium on CV Regenerative Medicine, including a list of speakers, topics, CME credits and how to register.


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Check out the latest issue of Straight Talk with Dr. Stephanie! Coronary Artery Disease is usually caused by fatty deposits (plaque), but that's not the only reason arteries can narrow. FMD also causes the narrowing of arteries and it is impacting women disproportionately.


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