CVRI Center News

  • Meet CVRI's 2021-22 Early Career Advisory Committee Leadership Team
    June 1, 2021 by Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont
    Meet CVRI's 2021-2022 Early Career Advisory Committee Leadership Team
  • Cipolla Among 11 Leading Scientists Honored at International Stroke Conference
    March 23, 2021 by Jennifer Nachbur
    Eleven scientists leading the way in stroke research, including University of Vermont Professor of Neurological Sciences Marilyn Cipolla, Ph.D., were recognized for their exceptional achievements during the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2021 on March 17-19.
  • CVRI Competition Highlights 2020 Early Career Research Accomplishments
    February 3, 2021 by Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont
    A unique Early Career investigator competition highlighting cardiovascular research, health/wellness, and service to the State of Vermont. This is a merit based scientific abstract competition to highlight the best cardiovascular research work conducted by early career scientists at the University of Vermont and UVM Health Network.
  • Dr. Khadanga Talks Pandemic Side Effect: Sitting
    March 5, 2021 by Nicole Twohig
    Sherrie Khadanga, MD, a COBRE project director at the Vermont Center on Behavior and Health, cardiologist at the University of Vermont Medical Center, and assistant professor at UVM Larner College of Medicine was interviewed for “The Pandemic’s Heart-Breaking Side Effect: Sitting, Sitting, Sitting,”
  • CVRI Call for Applications - Early Career Advisory Committee
    December 28, 2022 by Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont
    The CVRI Board of Directors is requesting applications for new members for its Early Career Advisory Committee, which is tasked with identifying and addressing the needs of our Early Career scientists and involving them in CVRI’s cardiovascular-related activities.
  • Plante & Colleagues' Study Details First AI Tool to Help Labs Rule-Out COVID-19
    December 14, 2020 by Jennifer Nachbur
    A recent study conducted by collaborators from the University of Vermont and Cedars-Sinai describes the performance of South Burlington, Vt.-based Biocogniv’s new AI-COVID™ software.

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