Original Article here BME article here Published in Synthesis, UC Davis Cancer Center, Fall/Winter 2011
In collaboration with Simon Laboratory, Dr. Passerini published an article in The American Journal of Physiology Heart and Circulatory Physiology on December 17, 2010. The article, “Endothelial inflammation correlates with subject triglycerides and waist size following a high fat meal,” has been the subject of a recent press release by the UC Davis Campus News. Continue reading
Dr. Anthony Passerini published a high-impact article in American Journal of Physiology Heart and Circulatory Physiology. The article, reflecting Passerini Lab’s collaboration with Simon Lab, elucidates the inflammatory potential of dietary lipids. To read or save a PDF copy of the article, click here. –Wang YI, Schulze J, Raymond … Continue reading
Congratulations to Sherrod DeVerse for receiving the Katherine & Don Black Scholar award from ARCS Foundation. Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation, Inc. is a national volunteer women’s organization dedicated to helping the best and brightest U. S. graduate and undergraduate students by providing scholar awards in natural sciences, … Continue reading
Congratulations to Sherrod DeVerse who completed his qualifying exam and advanced to candidacy. The lab was well represented at the 2009 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting in Pittsburg, PA where we presented the following abstracts: Wang YF, Raymond N, Passerini AG, Simon Si. Triglyceride-rich lipoproteins from normo- and hyperlipidemic subjects … Continue reading
UCD Medical student Mai Nguyen returned to the lab for a summer research fellowship.
Prof. Passerini and Prof. Simon have been awarded a multiple PI R01 by the NIH, NHLBI entitled “Vascular mimetics to study inflammation and atherosclerosis.” The overall goal of the project is to identify the mechanisms by which dietary lipoproteins from healthy and metabolic syndrome subjects act as proinflammatory mediators in … Continue reading
Prof. Passerini was awarded a two year beginning grant-in-aid from the American Heart Association to study the “Influence of endothelial cell aging on susceptibility to the inflammatory mechanisms of atherogenesis.” The goal of this project is to examine aging as a risk factor in cardiovascular disease, identifying molecular signatures of … Continue reading