Expanding capacity of non-communicable disease research and training in Thailand

Dr Kathleen Potempa’s research program has focused on fatigue, exercise, and cardiovascular fitness in physically impaired populations.

Dr Kathleen Potempa is Professor at the School of Nursing in the University of Michigan, where she served as Dean from 2006 to 2016. A globally renowned leader in nursing, education and science, she has a long academic career focusing on cardiovascular fitness in physically impaired populations, nursing, leadership, and community-based approaches to improving health. She is currently collaborating with […]

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Preventing and treating complications of heart failure and Fabry disease

Dr Gavin Y Oudit, a distinguished cardiologist from the University of Alberta, focuses his research on developing ground-breaking therapies to treat both genetic and non-genetic cardiovascular disorders, and to prevent heart failure. His exciting work into the role of ACE2 has provided a fundamental scientific understanding used in the development of therapeutic options for cardiovascular, renal and lung diseases. He […]

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