The Department of Cardiovascular & Metabolic Sciences is home to scientists with broad expertise in cardiovascular and related systems as well as cellular metabolism related to diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

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New Cleveland Clinic Centers of Excellence Target “Long COVID,” Myeloid Leukemia, Gut Microbiome
09/23/2022

The program, which has funded 21 research teams since 2015, has a proven record of supporting projects that go on to attract large external grants.

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Cleveland Clinic MD-PhD Student Identifies Potential Therapeutic Target for Glioblastoma
09/14/2022

The research in Dr. Justin Lathia’s lab clarifies SerpinB3’s role in preventing cancer stem cell death, could lead to more effective radiation therapies.

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American Heart Association Panel Led by Cleveland Clinic Researchers Recommends More Research Into Sleep-disordered Breathing, Cardiac Arrhythmias
08/22/2022

Experts state conducting more research on heart arrhythmia and sleep-disordered breathing can help clarify how to treat or prevent both widespread conditions.

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