• Dr. Xu Published in Toxicology Science

    March 18, 2019

    Alcohol exposure is known to perturb fetal heart development; half of all children with fetal alcohol syndrome have congenital heart defects, such as arrhythmias or structural abnormalities. Chunhui Xu and colleagues recently published a paper in Toxicological Scienceson how…

  • 3D Printing Cardiac Components for Pediatric Patients: Interview with Prof. Michael Davis

    March 11, 2019

    Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect globally, affecting almost nine in every 1,000 babies. Tissue engineering, which involves combining regenerative cells, proteins, or drugs with biomaterials, is a promising strategy to treat congenital heart diseases. A particularly exciting…

  • Drs. Kochilas and Oster Awarded $1.6 Million DOD Grant

    March 04, 2019

    This project focuses on the long-term outcomes of congenital heart diseases (CHD), which is one of the Fiscal Year 2018 Peer Reviewed Medical Research Programs Topic Areas. It specifically encourages a population-based and outcomes-based research project aiming to assess the health…

  • HeRO Investigators Mending a Broken Heart

    February 15, 2019

    Solutions to detect and fix the human heart by researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory University 

  • Highlighting Enduring Hearts

    February 13, 2019

    Thank you to Enduring Hearts for your persistent fight to improve heart transplant care and research.  Click here to read more. …

  • Dr. Davis Shares a Little About 3-D Printing

    January 08, 2019

    Enduring Hearts visited with one of their funded researchers, Dr. Mike Davis, to learn more about his studies into 3-D printing and the heart. 

  • Dr. Vahid Serpooshan Receives Synergy II/Nexus Awards

    January 04, 2019

    Breakthrough ideas happen when different disciplines come together and think creatively to solve common problems. 

  • Video- BME Research at Emory

    December 11, 2018

    Enjoy the BME video highlighting research at Emory.  Several HeRO members are highlighted!