LHI Program in Translational Genomics (LPTG)
Our goal at the LHI Program in Tranlational Genomics (LPTG) is to improve the quality of care for people with heart disease through a cross-disciplinary approach in the area of genomics, bioinformatics, epidemiology, cardiology, physiology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, genetics and genomics, and development.
About the Director
Dr. Jennifer Hall received her PhD in human biodynamics and physiology from the University of California at Berkeley, and completed post-doctoral fellowships at Stanford University and the Harvard Medical School under the direction of Drs. Garry Gibbons and Victor Dzau.
A University of Minnesota Dean's faculty recruit, Dr. Hall joined the Lillehei Heart Institute in 2001. She is an Associate Professor and was appointed (in 2002) Director of the Program in Translational Genomics. Among her appointments, Dr. Hall served as a Visiting Scientist at the Broad Institute of Harvard/MIT.
If you would like to learn more about each of the separate components affiliated with the Program in Translational Genomics please use the links below.
- Biological Materials Procurement Network
- Biomedical Genomics Center
- Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics
- Center for Cardiovascular Repair
- Clinical and Translational Science Award - University of Minnesota
- Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics
- Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Developmental Biology Center
- Division of Biostatistics
- Division of Epidemiology
- Institutional Review Board – University of Minnesota