Fall 2023 MN Pulmonary Hypertension Consortium
Stephen Archer, MD
"Understanding the Genetics of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension"
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2023 Earl E. Bakken Symposium: Translational Research - Bringing Devices to Patients
Friday, Nov 17 2023 | 7:15am to 5:00pm
The Graduate Minneapolis
EVERY HEART MN
Corresponds with National Heart Month in February
Activities every day, including:
- A month-long step challenge
- Go Red for Women photo booths
- Heart health talks by Cardiology faculty
- HeArt Therapy activities
Red Heart Soiree
Annual soiree to raise funds for clinical and basic science research to cure heart disease.
Join team Hearts & Soles for the Annual Twin Cities AHA Virtual Heart Walk!
Jay N. Cohn, MD Lecture
The Jay N. Cohn, MD Lecture is held anually in spring. Past Speakers include:
Douglas L. Mann, MD, Clyde Yancy, MD, Howard A. Rockman, MD, Eduardo Marbán, MD, PhD, Eric J. Topol, MD,
JoAnn Lindenfeld, MD
Paul G. Gannon, MD Lecture
Annually in Summer since 2015. There was no lecture in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Past speakers include:
Bill Lindsay, MD, R. Morton "Chip" Bolman, MD, Frank W. Selke, MD, Michael S. Conte, MD
Cardiopalooza - Anually in mid-Summer
Cardio-Palooza is an annual research retreat to celebrate ongoing research and to foster future discoveries in cardiovascular science and medicine at UMN. Starting in 2009, the goal of the retreat is to enliven the entire UMN cardiovascular community and related constituents, under the direction the Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology in partnership with the Lillehei Heart Institute. Faculty and all active research members of their labs, highlighting students, fellows, trainees, lab managers present their latest work, which underlies the foundation of our interactions. All participants present their recent work (talks/posters will be selected) – emphasis will be on unpublished work and new directions. The poster session is robust and dynamic and always a retreat highlight.