$1m Grant for Perlingeiro-led Research
Sue Duval leads study published in JAMA Cardiology
An international team led by Sue Duval, Ph.D., and including Demetri Yannopolous, M.D., has published results of a study to determine the optimal number of compressions and depth during pre-hospital CPR. The study has implications to improve neurological outcomes for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Read more
2019 Lillehei Symposium
The Cardiovascular Division and Continuing Professional Development present the 2019 Lillehei Symposium: Progress in Cardiovascular Care. Read more
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Duchenne UK has awarded a $945k grant to a research team led by Lillehei Heart Institute scientist Professor Rita Perlingeiro, PhD.
JAMA Cardiology has published the findings of an international research consortium led by University of Minnesota faculty Sue Duval, Ph.D.. She and Demetri Yannopolous, M.D.