Federal research suggests women living near high-traffic areas are at higher risk for hypertension during pregnancy. The NIH cited "high traffic density regions" expose women to more pollution, effectively elevating their risk of hypertension. Read more: https://vascularcures.org/2020/02/10/air-pollution-from-traffic-may-be-causing-pregnancy-complications/
Vascular Cures has awarded Collaborative Patient-Centered Research (CPCR) grants to two teams at four leading academic medical centers: UCSF, University of Florida, UPMC, and Vanderbilt. Read more at: https://vascularcures.org/2020/02/07/two-new-collaborative-patient-centered-research-grants-awarded-to-study-aortic-aneurysms-pad/
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The Wylie Scholar Program for promising young vascular surgeon-scientists in North America is open for applications and closes 3/2. This award is designed for those who are combining their clinical practice with innovative academic research.
Vascular Cures is the only national non-profit representing the millions of patients with vascular disease. For more than 30 years, it has transformed patient lives through support of innovative research and programs that advance patient-centered healthcare.
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