Upcoming CVRI Events

April 23, 2021

Burton E. Sobel Visiting Professor
Judith S. Hochman, MD
NYU Grossman School of Medicine

  • 8:00 - 9:00 AM
    Medicine Grand Rounds

    The Role of Revascularization in SIHD; a Deep Dive into ISCHEMIA
    Zoom Link Passcode: 343746     
                 
  • 11:00 AM - Noon
    Career Development Seminar
    A Career in Clinical Development
    Zoom Link Passcode: 859545

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CVRI Community Town Hall
How do you prevent a heart attack or stroke?
Moderator: David Schneider, MD
Panelists: Ira Bernstein MD; Mary Cushman, MD; Sherrie Khadanga, MD; Debora Kamin Mukaz, PhD

Early Career Research Competition
Viridis Montis Early Career Investigator Challenge in Cardiovascular Disease
Passcode: zgTd1?Mc 

University Scholar Lecture Series
Understanding Racial Disparities in Stroke in the United States
Mary Cushman, MD, MSc

Vermont Center for Cardiovascular and Brain Health Conference

Kidney-brain axis: the epidemiology of cognitive impairment in kidney disease
Katharine Cheung, MD, PhD
Passcode: mM6#3Y22

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CVRI News & Announcements

  • Cipolla Among 11 Leading Scientists Honored at International Stroke Conference
    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.
  • Dr. Khadanga Talks Pandemic Side Effect: Sitting
    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 Competition Highlights 2020 Early Career Research Accomplishments
    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.

Recognition Spotlight

Marilyn CipollaMarilyn Cipolla, PhD received UVM's Distinguished Graduate Alumni Award and the American Stroke Association 2021 Thomas Willis Lecture Award!  She presented the Thomas Willis Lecture at the International Stroke Conference 2021.

Dauerman_125x160_000Harold Dauerman, MD received the Dean's Clinical Trials Research Award at the 2020 LCOM Dean's Excellence in Research Celebration!

Mary CushmanMary Cushman, MD received the American Heart Association 2020 Meritorious Achievement Award for her impact on women in medicine, early career professionals & health equity!

CVRI Support

Have a cardiovascular speaker you'd like to bring to campus?

Information on CVRI Co-Sponsorship of Cardiovascular Seminars can be found on the Application for Visiting Professor Funding.

Internal Grant or Biosketch Review

CVRI provides internal review of grant applications and biosketches to support cardiovascular research. E-mail CVRI for more information.  *NOTE: The request for internal review must be made at least 6 weeks before the submission deadline. Please include the funding mechanism to which you are applying for.

Technical Support for Animal Procedures

The CVRI seeks to foster cardiovascular research.  To that end, we offer limited access to technical support for the performance of large and small animal procedures between July 1 2020 and June 30 2021.  Requests for support should be reviewed with a current member of the Board of Directors who will, in turn, review the request with the entire board.  Request for support from junior investigators will be given priority.

CVRI Travel Awards

CVRI travel awards are available to support trainees and junior investigators presenting abstracts at regional and national scientific meetings.  These competitive awards are for reimbursement of presentation-related expenses of up to $2,000 and offered on a limited rolling basis throughout the academic calendar year; more details can be found on the application for funding.