Illuminating What is
Hidden in Plain View
We challenge the status quo by thinking differently to illuminate what has been hidden in plain view. Looking for patterns in nature and mathematics, applying them to save lives and reduce disability due to stroke and heart attack. Our goal is to provide the world's burgeoning baby boomer population with a non-invasive and effective biomarker that stratifies dangerous atherosclerotic plaques for making informed medical decisions to manage individual patients and to choose the most effective and lowest risk therapies.
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- New report: "SBIR Phase 1 Project Outcomes" July 2013
- Poster: "Non-invasive Theranostic to Predict and Assess Response to Atherosclerotic Drugs"
presented at Experimental Biology 2013, Boston, MA.
- MRI measure of blood flow over atherosclerotic plaque may detect dangerous plaque April 2013
- New paper: "Regions of Low Endothelial Shear Stress Colocalize With Positive Vascular Remodeling and Atherosclerotic Plaque Disruption"
published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging, March 2013
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